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April 23rd, 2008 #1
A modified Harley
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April 25th, 2008 #3
I think this is amazing work, I would try to push the metal on the bike to the next level and make it really shine... you did it with the reflection in the floor so well and now the bike needs to be taken to the same level of perfect! This is looking so good the ceiling lights are a little off perspective, they look to close together to be this high/low.... The piece can really be amazing with little effort so good!!
April 25th, 2008 #4
April 25th, 2008 #5Registered User
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How about some constructive criticism?
#1. Shadows! where are the shadows? you need to adjust your lighting before the render to add some shadows. That can also add depth to the composition.
#2. Reflections. your reflections are all waaaay too strong. Most materials don't reflect that way. Look around you right now at how reflactions are acting. Notice how there are very few items that have a clear mirror like reflection?
#3. Texture resolution. Your floor looks pretty cool, but the area that is close to the camera is getting pixelated due to the low resolution of the floor texture.
What software are you using? I would gladly help show you where and how to alleviate most of these issues if you are using 3ds max.
April 25th, 2008 #6
heres a quick paint over,
i hope it wasnt to forward of me, but a picture is worht a thousand words...
this is of course very very rough.
(scored to an IVAN MAXIMOV Classic animated short )