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Blender Desk

Postby Epiales » Tue Dec 03, 2013 2:50 am

Took about 5 minutes to make. I'm getting faster YAY

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Re: Blender Desk

Postby a_bertrand » Wed Dec 04, 2013 2:20 am

Yep not bad. Still need some work on the textures and lighting, plus try to put it in a "room" to render (basically a cube, with some lights)
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Re: Blender Desk

Postby Epiales » Thu Dec 05, 2013 9:10 pm

a_bertrand wrote:Yep not bad. Still need some work on the textures and lighting, plus try to put it in a "room" to render (basically a cube, with some lights)


Thanks, and yea, for some reason the textures don't ever look that well to me lol.
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Re: Blender Desk

Postby a_bertrand » Fri Dec 06, 2013 12:45 am

First of all, your images are dark... maybe too dark. Second it seems to me that you are using procedural textures, which are certainly easier to use but looks less good than true images applied to your objects. Also, the wood don't have repeating patterns, and all your drawers are showing the same wood texture, try to move the texture around such that all the pieces have a different look, otherwise it will look un-natural. Sadly human brains are great at finding such similitude, and even if you don't point out what is wrong, you will directly "see" that it doesn't look natural.
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Re: Blender Desk

Postby Epiales » Fri Dec 06, 2013 9:35 pm

a_bertrand wrote:First of all, your images are dark... maybe too dark. Second it seems to me that you are using procedural textures, which are certainly easier to use but looks less good than true images applied to your objects. Also, the wood don't have repeating patterns, and all your drawers are showing the same wood texture, try to move the texture around such that all the pieces have a different look, otherwise it will look un-natural. Sadly human brains are great at finding such similitude, and even if you don't point out what is wrong, you will directly "see" that it doesn't look natural.


Thanks for the tips. Is this any better?

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Re: Blender Desk

Postby a_bertrand » Fri Dec 06, 2013 11:21 pm

A bit yes. But not too different either. You made the image lighter, but the textures still don't seems natural. Also there is areas which are basically pure brown for whatever reasons.
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Re: Blender Desk

Postby Epiales » Sat Dec 07, 2013 4:39 am

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Re: Blender Desk

Postby Zorber » Sat Dec 07, 2013 8:30 pm

It looks better, but it looks unfinished, and the legs and board behind the drawers looks like imitation particle board... not much of a wooden texture to them.

However this is substantially better than anything I could do. Great work!
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