Tuesday, November 14, 2006

HDRI Render

Having a mess around in Vue Infinite with HDRI maps, a bit of Photoshop work here for Depth of Field.

9 comments:

Michael G Clark said...

Cool, there's nothing that isn't good about shiny ball things in a warehouse.

Nice HDRI. I see that the new Bryce 6 (yes a new one) has HDRI lighting, just bought a copy for 3 quid so I'll see if it works out.

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Could never get away with Bryce,horrible interface !

Anonymous said...

...just super awesome....love what you do with the computer.

Goobeetsablog said...

cool.

Chris Sims said...

Beautiful 3D work you have here. I'm just starting to get into using Maya so looking at your work kinda gives me a little push to improve.

Awesome work!

Dave said...

Wow, that's really impressive! It looks like a lot of work too. Really cool :D

rick reese said...

Neat!

Michael G Clark said...

I think Bryce is great for creating work in the style of a 14 year old death metal/fantasy fan. Oh look a shiny ball with a poser dragon.. on water.

You are right though, I'll stick with Cinema 4D. (Bryce only cost £3 so it wasn't a big investment)

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Michael like all 3D packages I've seen amazing and then the type of pic you describe,poser gallery's seem to be full of teenage boys modelling women with incredibly large chests !