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Andrew77
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Friday Pics

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10-19-2006 05:35 PM
I'm jumping the gun a little on the Friday Pics. This is my first image post
as I can't post any of the equipment we design at work for confidentiality
reasons. Here's a few test renderings I made at home using a well known
Inventor sample assembly.

Andrew
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Re: Friday Pics

10-19-2006 05:37 PM in reply to: Andrew77
 
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Re: Friday Pics

10-19-2006 05:37 PM in reply to: Andrew77
 
*Richard Hinterhoeller (AIS 11 SP2)
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Re: Friday Pics

10-19-2006 06:38 PM in reply to: Andrew77
Andrew:

As an avid photographer, I have to say that anyone with a great camera,
a lot of experience and a terrific studio would be hard pressed to match
your renderings.

Very nice!

Richard
*Andrew Pawelski
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Re: Friday Pics

10-19-2006 07:06 PM in reply to: Andrew77
Thank you Richard. I appreciate your compliment.

This is an Inventor model, but I must admit it has not been rendered using
IV Studio. I have used the newly released 3ds Max 9 which employs the
integrated Mental Ray 3.5 rendering engine to create these images. I have
not had the chance to play around with IV Studio much. I know it uses Mental
Ray as well and I'm curious if it allows the flexibility 3ds Max allows to
create images similar to this. Beyond the materials used, a large factor is
setting up the enviornment which consists of no lights, but rather
image-based lighting using HDRI images. This creates the reflections and the
overall 'feel' of the lights and shadows.

Thanks again,
Andrew Pawelski
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Re: Friday Pics

10-19-2006 10:42 PM in reply to: Andrew77
Nice work and fine result!
Question - Materials and textures for surfaces of details you appointed in the 3dMax?
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Re: Friday Pics

10-19-2006 11:02 PM in reply to: Andrew77
Very nice :smileyhappy:

Here's a nice cup of tea :smileytongue:
(there was some topic about how someone would go around making a spoon a few days ago, so i tried that and made a nice mug to go with it)
This one is rendered in IV studio :smileywink:

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Re: Friday Pics

10-19-2006 11:24 PM in reply to: Andrew77
Many thanks, Niels for your work!
It is a nice example and the next opening for me...
I have in view of - opportunities IV Studio.
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Re: Friday Pics

10-20-2006 12:19 AM in reply to: Andrew77
nice work... i think carnac might be interested in your spoon

http://discussion.autodesk.com/thread.jspa?messageID=5362379
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Re: Friday Pics

10-20-2006 12:42 AM in reply to: Andrew77
Ah yeah, that was the thread...
I don't think he'll have much use for it though, unless he got that IV11 student version...

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