Snake Eyes - 3D Contest [9 entries]

Risky bet Picture

Winning entry, with a score of:
65.7%
Contest goal:

In this contest, your goal is to create a realistic looking pair of dice. Show your dice on a plain background or create an entire scene, with a table game or a casino game. Realism is key here, so to improve your scene, you could work with a light source, reflections and shadows.


Status: finished. Check out the winners below!
Suggested by: tapiona

wlado: Hmmmm, interesting.... =) ( 5 years and 1811 days ago )
billyboy: Need help pls. Snake eyes is a metaphor for dices or is reporting to something more concrete ? ( 5 years and 1810 days ago )
tapiona: snake eyes is usually rolling a pair of ones, but any numbers were meant in suggestion ( 5 years and 1810 days ago )
dka120: What happened with the deadline - wasn't 11 entries enough or was someone special left out? Is the "submit days" correct this time (in case of start modeling another entry)? ( 5 years and 1800 days ago )

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Risky bet - created by dka120


Risky bet
Favs: 3SBS: 5Hi-resRank: 1/9Score: 65.7% (36)15303 views

A bold attack is half the battle?



(All models and textures self made, no post processing) (5 years and 1809 days ago)


Caribbean Back Gammon - created by dka120


Caribbean Back Gammon
Favs: 1SBS: 5Hi-resRank: 2/9Score: 65.5% (31)15751 views

Mid 1600 entertainment below deck. Pirates loved playing back gammon...(?)

Since realism was supposed to be the key in this contest I had to cut the specularity and reflections.


2 image sources from CGTextures used for coloring (see below), the rest was made by me. (5 years and 1807 days ago)

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Classical role-playing - created by dka120


Classical role-playing
Favs: 1SBS: 5Hi-resRank: 3/9Score: 63.8% (25)13730 views

There's a lots of strange dices out there, especially in the world of classic role playing (pen and paper style). So I thought, why did we limit ourselves to the traditional D6?

Every object is self modeled/textured. I used a image from CGTextures for the basic coloring layer of the background table though (see SBS). It all took about 6 hours to render, so I had to cut some effects (such as heavy depth of field and global illumination, high AA/Low AS). (5 years and 1797 days ago)

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dice - created by ramananjv


dice
Favs: 0SBS: 3Hi-resRank: 4/9Score: 61.9% (20)13415 views

modeled in 3ds max and rendering in vray.default vray materials used. (5 years and 1809 days ago)


Snakes and Ladders - created by itgik


Snakes and Ladders
Favs: 0SBS: 9Hi-resRank: 5/9Score: 60.5% (15)20020 views

If only snakes and ladders were real. (5 years and 1805 days ago)

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