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 From:  val2
5038.1 
I'm putting together some new examples for my web site. I've been enjoying building objects with moi It makes for a pleasant work flow. The models work well with Maxwell.
Anyway I thought I would share.

Val


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 From:  Mike K4ICY (MAJIKMIKE)
5038.2 In reply to 5038.1 
Way to go Val2! This bottle came out clean!
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 From:  Michael Gibson
5038.3 In reply to 5038.1 
Looks great, Val!

- Michael
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 From:  TpwUK
5038.4 
Nice!
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 From:  stevecim
5038.5 In reply to 5038.1 
nice :)
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 From:  val2
5038.6 In reply to 5038.5 
Thank you

I don't mind poly modelling but I found with poly modelling I would spend a lot of time thinking about making the most efficient model (the least amount of verts, trying to get it all quads) with building this way I think mostly about making it look like the thing itself. Both are different from one another so comparing the work flow on both is a little silly.

Val
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 From:  Rich_Art
5038.7 In reply to 5038.1 
Very cool.... Where did you found the label?

Peace,
Rich_Art. ;-)

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 From:  adamio
5038.8 In reply to 5038.1 
WoW, I can't even take a photo as good as your render :)
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 From:  Mike K4ICY (MAJIKMIKE)
5038.9 In reply to 5038.8 
No kidding, I was almost afraid to call it a render right off the bat.
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 From:  val2
5038.10 In reply to 5038.9 
Rich_art, Google is a wonderful thing. I liked it because it wasn't in english.

adamio, Magic, It's the power of Maxwell. I have found it creates the nicest light of all the renderers I have tried. The light set up is really simple. just a 3 point light setup. works for most straight forward product shots.
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 From:  Rich_Art
5038.11 In reply to 5038.10 
Yeah I use Google all the time but for it is hard to find good brand labels.... ;-)



Peace,
Rich_Art. ;-)

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 From:  Mauro (M-DYNAMICS)
5038.12 In reply to 5038.10 
>>>Magic, It's the power of Maxwell. I have found it creates the nicest light of all the renderers I have tried. The light set up is really simple. just a 3 point light setup. works for most straight forward product shots<<<

I totally agree with you val..i believe Maxwell is the top of all engines,unbiased and not (i use Fryrender:his antagonist...)followed by Arnold and v-ray
just unbiased gives you that kind of lighting,if you have no problems with time computation,that is the choice(they have just few settings...easy to use)
your render is much more better than a studio shot
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 From:  val2
5038.13 In reply to 5038.12 
M-dynamics,

I think Fry render is pretty amazing as well. I happened to buy Maxwell when it first came out so I saw no need to buy Fry as it seemed to be doing the same thing. I to have Vray and like it quite a bit. Yes the problem with unbiased engines are slow but I think that is becoming less and less of an issue with each new processor they put out. I would like a chance to play with Arnold.


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