Author Topic: Tissot watch  (Read 2395 times)

2014-04-08, 23:36:30

boudini

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Hi, here's my first corona render (nearly everyone seems to say that) - but frankly corona seems to be so easy and good that you can make any old model look good.

In this case, this is literally an old watch I modelled for my portfolio years ago (8years actually) but never got round to rendering. After finding corona and this old model at about the same time I gave them a whirl together. This is my first product shot work as I mainly work in toony kids stuff, but I thought I'd like to prove I could do this stuff if the job ever arose. I'm actually not feeling this as complete though, I've got to the stage where I'd like to split this into 2 renders - one super high gloss billboard style advert, and one much more realistic with micro scratches, finger prints and dirt. Its all playtime for me anyway as I don't do this in my dayjob.

Anyway, let me know what you think - all crits most welcome!
Cheers, Sean.

2014-04-09, 10:50:22
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gabrielefx

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very nice!
Keyshot?...:)

2014-04-10, 14:11:33
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nonius

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very nice! how did you light it?

gr.

sven

2014-04-10, 16:24:57
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boudini

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Hey, thanks for the comment.

Its lit simply with a point light for highlights, and a very basic free HDRI for ambient light and reflections.

2014-05-04, 20:53:07
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hemrie

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great brush metal look!