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Morgan_G19

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« #520 : 01-19-2010 16:18 »

Her other stuff is pretty neat too.

And you're welcome :D
songficcer

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« #521 : 01-23-2010 10:46 »




Not by me, and I don't think the artist meant for it to resemble anything from Futurama, but c'mon...

Original: http://gennady.deviantart.com/art/Sauce-Weasels-16486644
soylentOrange

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« #522 : 01-30-2010 09:10 »
« : 01-30-2010 09:15 »

a few renders I did for the computer graphics course I'm taking:





km73

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« #523 : 01-30-2010 17:17 »

Mm, posting at like 2:15 in the morning your time, Ess?  You should do that more often. :D

Oh, you're taking a computer graphics class?  Anyway, ah, yeah, these remind me of those renders you did a while ago of the PE ship.  Cool.  Additionally, the first one reminds me of your Saturn pic.
Just a lot less green.
Is the class for anything specific, i.e., is it specifically related to your astrophysics master's?
soylentOrange

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« #524 : 01-30-2010 18:06 »

heh, no it's not really related to anything I'm doing.  I'm just taking the class for fun.  The trouble is that the first assignment I was given was to build a model of the solar system, so, naturally, I went a little overboard and was up until 2:30 last night making it :)
km73

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« #525 : 01-31-2010 03:57 »
« : 01-31-2010 04:26 »

Heavy.  : D   Bit of a massive first assignment, hey?  Just as long as you didn't 'go overboard'.. off the edge of the solar system, or something. :p


edit: woooo, and congrats on making the Best Framegrab Captioner ballot!!  Your pithy talents have been recognized.
Archonix

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« #526 : 01-31-2010 12:37 »

Nice SO, what software are you using? I think you may have mentioned it before but my memory is shot again.
soylentOrange

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« #527 : 01-31-2010 16:35 »

I was using 3DS Max to do the stuff I posted last summer, but I'm using Maya now.
Archonix

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« #528 : 02-01-2010 00:40 »

Ahh, Maya. I could never quite get into that one. I had to substitute 3d studio when I was at uni.

One thing that strikes, you've got a high specular bloom on earth right over the middle of a continent. There's a mid-scale set of texture maps here that includes a nice specular map (assuming you haven't already been there of course... :)). I came up with a few tricks for making realistic looking atmosphere as well but I don't know how easy they'd be to translate into maya's tools.
RS 2thou

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« #529 : 02-01-2010 02:01 »

I use Maya (since the start of '07) so mention how you do it in 3ds Max and I'll see if I can do it in Maya
soylentOrange

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« #530 : 02-01-2010 02:29 »
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ooh, thanks for that, Arch.  I have to turn in an animation tomorrow afternoon of the planets orbiting the sun.  Those images will seriously do the trick!

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I use Maya (since the start of '07) so mention how you do it in 3ds Max and I'll see if I can do it in Maya
it's pretty much the same process.  It's just really obnoxious that there seems to be no way to take something I build in 3ds and open it in Maya.
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« #531 : 02-01-2010 05:41 »

Howdy there, artists.

PEELies voting has begun! Go here to see the complete ballot, and e-mail your votes to peelies2009@gmail.com. Voting ends February 15th.
Morgan_G19

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« #532 : 02-01-2010 05:48 »

I thought it's closed but I've already sent in my votes so... :)
RS 2thou

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« #533 : 02-01-2010 12:40 »

ooh, thanks for that, Arch.  I have to turn in an animation tomorrow afternoon of the planets orbiting the sun.  Those images will seriously do the trick!

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I use Maya (since the start of '07) so mention how you do it in 3ds Max and I'll see if I can do it in Maya
it's pretty much the same process.  It's just really obnoxious that there seems to be no way to take something I build in 3ds and open it in Maya.

Export the file from Max as an .OBJ then import the .OBJ into Maya. I use the same process between Maya and Mudbox.
Archonix

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« #534 : 02-01-2010 13:29 »

The basic trick is to use a second sphere a fraction bigger than your planet with a cloud map on it, and a third slightly bigger again with radial gradient material on it that sets transparency, self-illumination and colour and always points at the camera so you end up with something like this:



Or this:



On its own that would make a pretty effect but you have the problem of the glowy atmosphere going around the night side of the planet. Now I have no idea about maya (I never got deep enough into it) but I assume it can set up multi-part material to combine several other materials together. In 3d studio you can have a material that reacts to light, so the lit side of the planet gets the atmospheric gradient material whilst the dark side can be set to be completely transparent. A similar effect on the cloud layer can be used to create all sorts of shading effects if you're clever enough about it - not that I got that far... :)



RS 2thou

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« #535 : 02-02-2010 13:14 »

I've never needed such complex shaders as those, just Blinn's, Phongs, and Lamberts.
I've got the scene completely setup, but Maya for some reason isn't doing any transparency, gah... oh I'm using .jpgs instead .tgas that would explain it. Ah tomorrow.
I even got a moon and stars in the background.
Archonix

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« #536 : 02-02-2010 17:27 »

Perhaps, but they won't give you a particularly good appearance of the atmosphere.  The reason I've used this more complex arrangement is that, when you're looking at the limb of a planet, you're looking sideways at the atmosphere, rather than straight down through it. It's like looking through a sheet of glass from the edge rather than the front.
RS 2thou

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« #537 : 02-03-2010 04:19 »

Once I get the transparency working properly for the clouds, I'm 99.9% sure know what the problem is. I've just never needed/wanted to make complex shaders before.

Here's an AO shot of a current WIP

Just a lowpoly skateboard.
Archonix

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« #538 : 02-03-2010 10:22 »

Better attention to detail than I ever managed. :)
songficcer

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« #539 : 02-06-2010 04:07 »



The colored version of this: http://ferah11.deviantart.com/art/Futurama-Egipt-BW-152851277

 I didn't draw it, but the artist did give permission for others to color it. And I have to admit, I had a lot of fun.
Frisco17

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« #540 : 02-06-2010 18:53 »

Now that is impressive.
futz
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« #541 : 02-06-2010 21:24 »

As is the size of Amy's feet.   :laff:
RS 2thou

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« #542 : 02-11-2010 05:01 »

They are only a fraction to big

Just did this on my new skateboard deck.

Otis P Jivefunk

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« #543 : 02-12-2010 12:51 »

Some of my stuff I've been working on lately...






More on my DeviantArt...
RS 2thou

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« #544 : 02-12-2010 13:50 »

Creepily cool sculptures!
+1 Devwatch
Tedward

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« #545 : 02-12-2010 22:55 »

Nice work Otis, that all looks really good!
Otis P Jivefunk

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« #546 : 02-13-2010 01:32 »

Thanx for the support guys :)
Demeter

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« #547 : 02-14-2010 06:22 »

Interesting sculptures/3D renders!

All I have is this...

When The Cameras Go Off. It's fanart, but of another show. ^__^;
Otis P Jivefunk

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« #548 : 02-14-2010 12:27 »

Thanx, and that's well done fan art there, interesting style :cool: ...
captjim

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« #549 : 02-14-2010 17:54 »

ehy everyone heres my futurama pic. it took me 12 years to draw and ya you could say its my Magnum Opuse.

x.Bianca.x

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« #550 : 02-15-2010 05:26 »

*thumbs up*
RS 2thou

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« #551 : 02-16-2010 02:11 »

Just finished this
Freako

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« #552 : 02-16-2010 02:13 »

Those are some tiny wheels.
Though those are some great textures.
coldangel

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« #553 : 02-16-2010 05:10 »
« : 02-16-2010 05:41 by coldangel_1 »



http://coldangel1.deviantart.com/art/Unusual-Suspects-154312820

EDITED to correct my poor grasp of the Imperial system of measurement. I had made them implausibly tall.
Freako

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« #554 : 02-16-2010 05:56 »

Looks like I'm taller than all three of them,

Excellentay!
coldangel

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« #555 : 02-16-2010 06:11 »

They were almost seven feet tall in my first version.
El-Man

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« #556 : 02-16-2010 06:26 »

New work from Coldy. Sweet.

And I'm shorter than the cast. Well, shit.
Ralph Snart

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« #557 : 02-16-2010 06:42 »

5'10" is average for American males.  Leela's taller than the average American woman and has been shown to be approx. the same heigth, so a 5'11" Fry and Leela are very plausible.
Frisco17

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« #558 : 02-16-2010 08:11 »

Very nice oh Cold one. Good to see you still churning out your usual quality work.
Demeter

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« #559 : 02-16-2010 10:57 »

And here I am at 5' 5" :/
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