A slightly different color scheme and branding for our favorite 3D model.
Rendered with V-Ray. Camera imperfections added with PhotoShop and a V-Ray Depth Map.
Having a little fun with the incredible Prisma App:
Now, THIS is exciting! Monotype has created a brilliant update to the gorgeous Johnston typeface on the occasion of its 100th birthday. This is very serious business. Watch the video to get a sense for just how exciting this is!
Just to tease me, it appears that they released the bold version only. Of course, I want the whole set, but I could not wait to get started, so here’s my 3D thanks to Andrew for alerting me to this thrilling news!
I had experimented with V-Ray a bit a few months ago, but at the time it only ran on an earlier version of Cinema4D, and when it did, it felt a bit flaky. Well, I’m happy to say that it runs flawlessly on on Cinema4D R17! My product renderings never looked better.
I wear a lot of hats at the office. The 3D-product-visualization hat is easily my favorite.
Some of you will remember my photo of this instrument. The photographic image is used on our website and in printed materials, and it looks pretty good. Well, starting today, I’m hoping that we’ll be replacing all of our photos with renders created with my latest addiction – V-Ray. This renderer blows away anything else I’ve seen. I was able to create today’s images after working with V-Ray for just a few hours using preset render settings.
I’m so excited about the lighting, shadows, and especially the V-Ray materials! No matter what I tried in Cinema4D, its renderer just would not produce the textured painted look you see on the instrument skin. With V-Ray, the closer I get, the better it looks! I doubt I’ll ever use any other renderer. I’m hooked!