Thursday, May 11, 2006

All things shiny

I did all these sometime last year in Vue Infinite, rendering shiny and glass sphere's, tea pots etc... in 3D packages is a bit of a cliche but it's good fun. Besides I had a request from e-on software who make Vue d'Esprit if they could use the bottom left pic on their site. Here's a link to it. http://tinyurl.com/ea7ha

7 comments:

Judith said...

just reading your blog about your favorite movies have you seen Mystery Science Theater 3000?

ConArt said...

looks like a load of balls to me.

Andrew Glazebrook said...

I've only ever see a MST movie that once aired here in the UK ! I know of the show though and what they get upto !

necromanc said...

I really like your work, espacialy this post.

I come over to your blog from my blog, because I like to see who are my readers.I'm glad that you are my reader.

For the 2nd time ..beautiful work.

Teemu J├Ąppinen said...

The Shiny! It would be cool if the back of an iPod would still look like that after two weeks of use. Then again, I guess if it doesn't scratch it might cause accidents with the shinning.

Scripting all night makes Teemu a dull boy.

Fantastic renders! :)

Chuang Shyue Chou said...

Would you mind telling me your setup? Do you use a rendering farm?

Andrew Glazebrook said...

A render farm is only used when rendering out animations really ! Regarding my set-up,I ain't got a clue,it's a PC that seems to work with a big monitor,but I don't delve into complex matters of how it runs etc... :)