Author Topic: Corona Oreo  (Read 3882 times)

2014-04-21, 09:00:36

Chakib

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Hi guys, i've decided to render my Oreo model in a new simple scene ( personal project ) with some good lighting.

Rendertime about 3Hrs ( reduced the noise on the glass in post )
PT+HD cache 4/20
Simple post in Photoshop ( camera raw + Photolooks )



2014-04-21, 10:37:54
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maru

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In the closeup shot it looks kind of fake. Like made of plastic. I think it's too reflective and too bright (it should be more black but maybe I'm wrong because I ate Oreo maybe one time in my life :P). And some small cracks and crumbs would be good too!

2014-04-21, 12:38:29
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Try to add some chaotic simple geometry grain particles to the surface, to make it look more lifelike.

2014-04-21, 17:35:15
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Chakib

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Ok, yeah i'll add more random cracks and details ( actually i have one i didn't use to test cracks in zbrush ), and some particles on the table near it ( like i did in the breakfast scene before ), thanks for comment.

2014-04-23, 10:19:39
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2014-04-26, 11:08:21
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dartofang

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cool oreo model. yummy. :)

2014-05-04, 20:46:52
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hemrie

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What are the specs of the machine that rendered the scene?

2014-05-06, 11:50:07
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ragnakim

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the cookie is 5 stars. congrats