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 From:  tijai
4148.1 
Hello,

so much fun using MoI/modo...

a friend of mine takes sparkplugs, modify them and sell them as keyring-item (www.sparkkey.de ... i did logo and webdesign, too:-)).
Just for fun and my old Z1000 project i build a sparkplug... and modify it like a sparkkey.

MoI/modo makes it possible to do such a nice thing in 1-2 hours...

thanks again and again for MoI and its easy workflow...

best regards

tijai















EDITED: 29 Mar 2011 by TIJAI


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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
4148.2 
Bravo!
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 From:  Don (DON_CHEKE)
4148.3 In reply to 4148.1 
Wonderful job all around.

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 From:  twofoot
4148.4 
That's cool! Nice render too.

Now I want one!

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 From:  tijai
4148.5 In reply to 4148.4 
Hello and thanks to everyone...

and twofoot... you can buy the real one, hehe
http://de.dawanda.com/shop/SPARKKEY

:-)

heres a bigger rendering...




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 From:  Michael Gibson
4148.6 In reply to 4148.5 
Very nice materials in the rendering!

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 From:  Nick (NVANLAAR)
4148.7 In reply to 4148.6 
I didn't see any taper-seat plugs ;-)



Nice work!

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 From:  tijai
4148.8 In reply to 4148.7 
Hello Nick,

thats right! a good eye:-)

the european/japanese cars/motorcycles have mostly no taper-seats plugs...
for my old 1974 pontiac... i need taper-seats too:-)

best regards

tijai
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 From:  tijai
4148.9 In reply to 4148.6 
Thank you Michael :-)

but thats just slightly modified "modo standard materials" and the porcelain is pure standard.

here´s another rendering,

best regards

tijai


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 From:  DannyT (DANTAS)
4148.10 In reply to 4148.9 
As mentioned, the materials are great. It's just a spark plug, but you've made it look fantastic.

Cheers
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 From:  Don (DON_CHEKE)
4148.11 In reply to 4148.9 
Stunning. This is one of the fantastic things about the 3D world and rendering - one can make most anything into a work of art if they have the skill. A spark plug, a bearing, or even a bolt, ...

Your renders appear to have a depth of field. Is that done during rendering or post rendering with an image editor?

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 From:  tijai
4148.12 In reply to 4148.11 
Hello and thank you for the comment,

the DOF (depth of field) was done during rendering, in the last rendered one i use a depth map in photoshop to make the DOF even stronger... and a bit cleaner (less noise)

best regards

tijai
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 From:  tijai
4148.13 In reply to 4148.12 
Hello,

maybe boring now:-)

but i made another rendering (DOF in Photoshop)




best reagrds

tijai


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 From:  ed17 (ED17ES)
4148.14 
may i ask you how you modeled the text?
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 From:  tijai
4148.15 In reply to 4148.14 
Hello!

i modeled the text like this... (no big secret:-))

extrude the text, boolean intersect with a slightly bigger circle than the sparkplug body...

thats all:-)

if the stretching of the letters is to big... because of the round body, i rotate the extruded letters a bit by hand...
and do than a boolean intersect...

after that i do a boolean differenz with a circle with the same radius as the sparkplugbody...


is this clear? (my english is a bit lousy:-)) hope the images shows it better:-)








best regards,

tijai
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