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Chevrolet Stingray 2013 redesign
posted by zenox2d - 30th of april, 2013
Few months ago Chevrolet revealed new modern Chevy Stingray c7 for the year 2013.Before it went in to the serial production,more futuristic concept showed us how it will look like in Transformers movie.I'm glad they didn't changed to... More...
Latest supercar 3d rendering
posted by zenox2d - 15th of october, 2012
My latest 3d rendering of lamborghini gallardo superleggera redesigned by me. At start I followed the blueprint reference image, and while i modeled it I saw I made some changes in form in comparing to reference images. At first I want... More...
New realistic render engine for blender3d
posted by zenox2d - 27th of august, 2012
I'v been working with blender3d intense for about 3 years.It is pretty nice software for modeling and animation.For realistic rendering there are some external plugins like yafaray,luxrender,etc.My favorite external render is yafaray.... More...
Creating of Ferrari 458 restyled
posted by zenox2d - 9th of february, 2011
3d modeling and rendering of beautiful Ferrari 458 Italia.I'v found a lot's of reference images,but still couldn't catch every detail.Also my creative side is always stronger then need for accuracy.When I'v got modeling as I want it,... More...
Dynamic Clothing - A New Trend for 3D Renders!
posted by avion49 - 16th of january, 2011
Over the last several years, there has been a new trend developing in the creation of 3D clothing, that of dynamics. "What is dynamics?" you ask. To put it simply, dynamic clothing is clothing that drapes with gravity. If you... More...
learning 3D render
posted by pyfriend - 31st of august, 2010
Now I am learning to make photoes by 3D rendering. For me, this process is very hard. After every rendering, there was always a variety of problems, such as zigzag, shadow and so on. Thanks to my good friend's patience, many problems... More...
3D Renders - When is it big enough?
posted by avion49 - 21st of august, 2010
As 3D artists, the size of the render we submit is totally up to us. All we have to do is to be willing to "put up" with tying our computers up while the image renders. This can take anywhere from mere minutes (the Marlin only took... More...
3d renders - illustrations?
posted by heywoody - 17th of february, 2010
OK, it's my first blog and not sure about protocol so any images are my own... It seems strange to me that images created with 3d rendering tools are classed as illustrations when, really, we are talking about setting up an image... More...
Christmas time
posted by wampa - 26th of november, 2009
For Christmas time I rendered some images with Christmas theme. Christmas shop with many toys and two Christmas trees. Christmas room with tree, fire place and many presents below Christmas tree.... More...
Active teens
posted by sukro - 28th of april, 2009
I just had these two 3d renders of an active teen approved. I think it is very important to encourage the teens to be fysically active in their spare time - hopefully somebody can use these to illustrate that More...
What catagory?
posted by studioceja - 30th of july, 2008
I have many unfinished files waiting for me to fill in, keyword, and sumbmit. I am pondering what approach I should take? They are illustrations rendered out of 3D models I created.... More...
It makes a big difference.
posted by avion49 - 21st of february, 2008
There are quite a few different software packages out there that can "render" or digitally paint a picture. Some are quite expensive, others not so expensive. I have three different ones, Bryce 6.1, DAZ Studio 1.8 and Carrara 3D... More...
Bryce Tutorial
posted by ladykassie - 18th of september, 2007
How to create soft portrait renders in bryce: Nosferatu Enjoy!
Layering a Render
posted by avion49 - 5th of september, 2007
I'll admit it, trying to render this scene in one take was going to take more time than I was willing to put up with. And I'd heard about layering a render. After asking around, I discovered this tutorial, Making The Massive It... More...
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