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These area few of the pieces i did for college and fun
please critic and give advice
yeah man invader zim ROCKS
some things i got to mention though!
first your toon shaded renders look kinda jagged maybe you can smooth that out !
and maybe you can add some more shading to them you know?
still keeping it cartoony but include some more shadow parts!
at the moment they look kinda flat to me!
The house looks cool! Only thing there looking kinda wrong is the monkey and the squid pictures because they are very pixelated, you should search for a larger texture for it or just redraw it in photoshop to a vector image so you can stretch it to needed resolution!
Also have a look at your lighting, you can get a lot more out of your renders! check out "digital lighting and rendering" a very well written book on this exact topic
keep upt the work man ! I'd like to see more of that valesquez stuff rendered
Sketchbook (daily Oils):
thnks for the comments. i am planning on doing the models in a toon shader cause at the moment they are just done in ink and paint in the map menu.
thnks agen will update
To fix jaggedness, use material supersampling. Max 2.5 star is ok, but you may want a uniform (4-36 samples) supersampler. I'll clean it up.
Is this 3ds max? I mean, I think it is...
My Concept Art 2 Model Conversions: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=107443
My CGTalk 3d WIP (no longer maintained): http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthre...?f=43&t=525210
Teelin: Just out of curiosity, did you use an environment lighting script for the house in the first pic? It looks strangely familiar. Other than that, I really love the designs of the blades, as impractical or unwieldy as they may seem. It would be great to see you experiment with some reflective/glossy mats and environment maps for the blades though. If you pull it off right, it'd look pretty sweet.
Last edited by Drunken_hand; October 3rd, 2007 at 04:27 AM.
ive tried to fix th jaggedness. thnks for the help Chrizimer.
and drunken head the lighting i used was a skylight
this is the set of buildings im working on A shop, pub/inn and a house
Also the blades were designed from the movie chronicles of ridick
thanks agen for the help ill keep on working on them
Ahh, I never saw that movie - heard it was good though. Well, if you want to keep faithful to its source, then I guess we'll forget the reflective mats I can't see it too well from this angle, I suppose, but the handles look like they could be a bit thicker; they look a little flat.