Author Topic: Testing corona with corona  (Read 2400 times)

2013-04-29, 14:31:16

patoaltaco

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This is a test I made.

C&C are welcome,

Cheers.

2013-04-29, 14:50:27
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Ondra

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I like the color tones of the image. What definitely needs more work are the water droplets (they look flat now, are they just bump?), and lemon material (the texture does not hold in closeup, and it needs some specularity). I also don't know why there are completely black areas, is the full GI on, or is it just postproduction?
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2013-04-29, 15:55:27
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patoaltaco

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Jaja nice Leo...

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What definitely needs more work are the water droplets

I agree, are scatered drops but I scalled them to much.. on the begin they where to "fat". I will improve them.

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and lemon material (the texture does not hold in closeup, and it needs some specularity).

This is more difficult i put all my effort there, but i will improve them.

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I also don't know why there are completely black areas, is the full GI on, or is it just postproduction?

Yes it have post, maybe i did to much contrast.

The most difficult part was the beer material, i have to prove it a lot, refraction, absortion, translucency... I try a lot of thing wiht out a real knwing of what i was doing.

Cheers,