Created in 3DS Max and post-processing in Photoshop. (5 years and 759 days ago)
Really nice almost magical concept! Great kjob author! gl!
Author, the final look is indeed good but the contest is basically about the boat and this is the one thing you haven't demonstrated in your SBS. If you have made it with lines, then please show the stages since I myself have tried to model a paper boat from lines-it may look simple, but I know from that experience that it's far from easy. Hope to see that soon I'll reserve my vote till then.
I too would like to see that
Well I didn't really make a realistic model of the paper boat I created myself (irl), I only made it to look like it.
That doesn't matter, you need to show how you made your model.
An updated sbs will be up in a few minutes
Really nice 3d work, but the shadow on the left is way too dark. Ambient lighting as well as water reflections wouldn't have that cute boat dropping off into such darkness. Lighten it up a bit, and you have a great image!
Thanks MossyB, but we're past the deadline for this contest so I can't really do much about it. Although I was trying to create a wet paper look for the bottom, I didn't get the time to do it on this image. But I think the shadows kinda give the impression of wet paper as it is now.
It’s a cool idea and a nice image but dose not really fall in the (Model a boat with as much detail as possible Category) couple things for future reference or consideration
white light ( if there is such a thing) consist of the three primary colors red, green and blue so if “white light” is shining on your boat, then it is most likely to absorbs the blue light and green and red is reflected giving the boat a yellow tint more so in with the chosen background, plus you should see a little transparency as well.
With the daylight system, the color of the sun (light) changes colors automaticly and with the settings I used, the light had a yellow/orange tint. So if you open the image in photoshop you can see that the white color on the boat does have more yellowish color than the others. The outside of the boat also gets colors from the water.
Also, the contest also says "any kind of boat will do", which should include this paper boat inside the contest rules.
So it dose….bit contradictory would you say. What I will add is don’t completely rely on your application to do it for you, there will be times when it will not get it right, always good to have a sound knowledge base.
Great thinking...well done author...extra points for unique thinking...gl
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(5 years and 759 days ago)
(5 years and 761 days ago)
very nice work
Very nice work author...look like creation for some nice adventurous game...GL
thnksss alen and arethion thankss for lkng my work
Nice atmospheric image could do with a Higher AA samples setting which would significantly reduce the graininess and noisiness of the render. But if you don’t want to do this you could try increasing light samples or a more traditional sampling method (brute force GI) may prove a better solution.
As a general rule, objects should also have wall thickness to prevent some of the artifact issues with rendering.
Congrats for 3rd
Congrats for your third place!
wow congrats Abhi!!!
Congrats on 3rd Place
(5 years and 762 days ago)
Hope the SBS is on it's way...? Would prefer to vote after seeing that.
The lighting is just fab on the boat and makes it look so realistic! Looks like something from Pirates of the Caribbean! Only thing is IMHO, that shadow under the boat is too strong and maybe could be a bit more transparent.. But hey that's just my opinion. GL! Still instant fav from me
This is quite FAB
The wood looks great, but whats going on with the things where the oars go, the chrome looks awful imo.
Agree with Toothpick about shadow and I also think you should have a reflection of the canoe in the water. The chrome too does look just a little bit too shiny in hi res.
nice job very good
i take it your advice guys......thx!...or just some parts from your advice!
I doubt there's chrome on the old rowboat.
More likely it's iron...Which would look weathered...
Fantastic entry author...i don't know that much about 3d but this is one amazing and very effective creation...Love how u managed to merge all elements in one great realistic image...Well done author and i wish u best of luck
RE: more realistic attempt!!!!
Very realistic and cool...author!
It’s a nice image, textures and composition are great but the shadows are personally a little wrong, if you refer back to your background this what I see…..light source has been changed to midday sun 12 -1 o-clock/the now more visible patch of shadow in the background is from right to left not like the shadows on the boat which are the left to right, so the front face of the boat should have more of a graduated shadow like at the back end. But still a very cool scene and a shame the S.B.S don’t show the work put in to achieve the end result.
Agree about the few details like reflection, it's a bit flat on the left side, but the two woods and construction are very nice. I like that you included oars, they're beautiful (though the ends look a bit large to grip), reminds me of my sculling days.
congrats for 1st
Congrats for your first place, Genuine!
Congrats, really nice work
Congratulations - That was a close one!!
thank you all....for your comm....fav and congratulations!!!
Nice Job Congrats on 1st Place
Only a small boat made by humble fishermen. (5 years and 770 days ago)
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