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2022-11-15, 15:08:02

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Hello everyone,

I was tasked with creating some promotional food renders for Poliigon's latest release of photoscanned models.

I tried to approach the project like a food stylist/photographer and used Lightroom for some colour grading. Tyflow was also used to create the food piles and water droplets.

Software: 3DsMax | Corona Renderer | Tyflow | Marvelous Designer | Photoshop | Lightroom

2022-11-15, 15:09:17
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Some frames from some close up animations of the food.

The animations can be used viewed here.
https://www.instagram.com/poliigonofficial/

2022-11-16, 00:06:29
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Incredible images and animations mate. Well done!

2022-11-16, 09:55:29
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2022-11-24, 21:54:09
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nice magazine photos ;)

2022-11-25, 19:13:48
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These are all Poliigon assets?

2022-11-28, 06:53:20
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nice magazine photos ;)

Thanks!

These are all Poliigon assets?

All of the food assets are from Poliigon apart from the apple. Some of the props/textures are from polypasta and texturesupply.

2022-11-28, 08:46:33
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well the cinnamon roll was enough to make me hungry
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