today it is a rock surface study. Sculpted in ZBrush and rendered and textured in Terragen. And some images rendered in ZBrush also.
So the first are TG renderings, with different lightings.
The next show various sides. (please click to enlarge)
Left side Right side
No textures at all.
And now ZB renderings.
Please click to enlarge the last one.
That’s all for now, J.
today it’s an organic tile, which was sculpted and painted in ZBrush. A vector displacement map was generated and this and a texture map were then exported to Terragen 3 to be rendered there.
So these first images are Terragen renders.
And two ZBrush detail shots.
And at last one ZB shot showing the whole tile.
That’s all for now, have a good time, J.
recently I tested some variations of a Moebius-strip, well, sort of, model. Just to see which of them look good enough when rendered. The models were done in Wings 3D. Bump and displacement maps: ZBrush.
Tried different shaders and finally came up with what you can see here. Originally started as mere tests I decided to show some, because I really liked that shader. Didn’t care much about an elaborated backround though.
So here are three versions:
Have a good time, J.
Ready for more? Anyway, here are four more.
The first one corresponds with Icosa- and Dodecahedron.
The second corresponds with the Rhombic Dodecahedron.
Its top view
The other two correspond with the Rhombic Triacontahedron.
The first one
Top view thereof
The second one
The top view
Aaaand done, most likely.
Hope these will inspire someone to experiment with that kind of stuff, too.
Take care, J.
Hi there y’all,
here are two more, both corresponding with Icosa- and Dodecahedron.
The first one
The second one is a bit different. I got inspired by some things I saw on Rinus Roelofs’ website. In case you don’t know his works it’s highly recommended for anyone interested in geometric art. Lots of great stuff. http://www.rinusroelofs.nl/
So here it is
Have a good time wherever you are, J.
here come some more. All correspond with the Dodecahedron and the Icosahedron.
The first one.
It’s top view.
The second one is a close relative of the omnipresent linking stars thingy.
Since it is a bit hard to read you’ll get a third view from inside looking up.
And the third one. Also a ‘not to be seen that often’ variant.
Have a good time everyone, J.