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3d object sinking

Postby mackfilm on 08/20/2008, 3:04 pm

Here is my attempt at an egg sinking through water.

http://vimeo.com/1564463
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Re: 3d object sinking

Postby LifeType on 08/20/2008, 11:40 pm

you do the water in ae ? looks like a fractal background with some particles looks good
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Re: 3d object sinking

Postby codemonkey123 on 08/21/2008, 2:00 am

Quite a good stab at it. One tinsy winsy bit of critique. The bubble particles are flowing the wrong way for the shot. They look like thay need to be moving more along a z plane rising upward and away from the camera.

But aside from that minor issue it does look very good.
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Re: 3d object sinking

Postby multiabhay on 08/21/2008, 3:05 am

Lighting is very poor.
some caustics on the surface of egg will create some realism
good attemp!
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Re: 3d object sinking

Postby mackfilm on 08/21/2008, 5:14 am

Thanks guys.

I was really having trouble with lighting on the egg in Blender. It seemed that there was always a black spot and I couldn't get rid of it--I finally gave up.

The little particles are supposed to be bits of pieces of ocean "matter", but i guess they look more like bubbles.

Any tips on the lighting? Links?
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