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Posted by enkonyito at Oct 5, 2016 7:42:29 PM
Still life
Small composition of still life .




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Posted by VeroniQ at Oct 5, 2016 11:19:00 PM
Re: Still life
Good idea!

Posted by bdfd at Oct 6, 2016 5:41:55 AM
Re: Still life
New way, new style ! smile

But colors are slightly pale...
Especially butter... or it's vegetable oils !!! laughing

Chicken has not finished cooking and we do not see the sauce... laughing
See here
And.......... where is the salt ? laughing

I'm sure you're going to improve this ! wink
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Posted by enkonyito at Oct 7, 2016 4:25:48 PM
Re: Still life
@VeroniQ
Good idea!
Thank you.
As Sweet Home 3D is also a 3D rendering software, I wanted to show another use.


@bdfd
New way, new style !
Thanks too.

But colors are slightly pale... Especially butter... or it's vegetable oils !!!
Still lifes have a special atmosphere that I tried to reproduce to make it look natural.
For the final rendering (second image), I used the default color/texture/shininess of objects.

And.......... where is the salt ?
The table already seemed pretty overloaded but maybe for an end-of-year banquet. wink

I'm sure you're going to improve this !
Yes surely as this is the first time. I could try other rendering techniques while staying within the theme...
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Posted by okh at Oct 7, 2016 9:23:42 PM
Re: Still life
..try other rendering techniques while staying within the theme...
I agree with VeroniQ. Good idea. Rendering and still lifes - where you can play with light reflection and colours - makes for an interesting combination. Please post your experiments. ok
PS Don't worry about roasting French chickens, and yes, that is the correct plural, never mind the spell-checker.

Posted by MartinSK at Oct 8, 2016 10:34:38 AM
Re: Still life
Thanx @enkonyito for this topic.
This is the first time I hear about this "still life" 3D art. I watched some images and there are some really perfect compositions. Here I come with my one. It takes a time to find the idea for composition and time to find the ideal rendering. I'm not sure if this is the definitive version but this is the first one for presentation.


Posted by bdfd at Oct 8, 2016 10:37:38 AM
Re: Still life
That's a bright idea !!! cool laughing

Bravo 'electric' martin. applause
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Posted by VeroniQ at Oct 8, 2016 11:34:40 AM
Re: Still life
Whaou, bravo Martin, the level starts very high !... !
I am afraid to prepare something much more classical biggrin
Anyway, hope this thread will have a lot of contributors... Week-end's challenge ?

Posted by MartinSK at Oct 8, 2016 12:08:53 PM
Re: Still life
Hi VeroniQ..
I like classical.... I like modern... I like flowers... I like meal... I like everything.... So come on!!!!!! smile smile .....It looks that this my composition is final.. But I have to correct lightening bulb and big contrast between light and shadow...

Posted by bdfd at Oct 8, 2016 3:13:02 PM
Re: Still life
After Taj Mahal, I had this idea that I have set aside for other things.
But before the challenge of the week-end, I took out this little project to give you a first little picture. smile


1920 x 1080 in Q4 with R1.3.1 (AA:2/4, gI:def, dB/cP: 2/0, sS:def, nlfD/nlr: 250/1, f/sA:mitchel/bucket)

Ave Maximus, Spartacus is dead !

After a big battle, a roman soldier goes into the temple...
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