A friend designed a tiny home conversion for an old semi-trailer in SketchUp. His original work was quite good, making my job of converting it to Cinema4D and rendering with Corona Render a lot easier.
After doing a simple rendering of a shiny piece of metal for a friend, I was inspired to try my hand at rendering some jewelry. For my first test, I decided to see what kind of results I could get modeling and rendering our wedding bands, designed by her school chum, the brilliant Scott Knutson….
(The ring is not really from Tiffany.)
The inside of the cool microscope.
This is a close look at an instrument under development by one of our teams at work.
Not EXACTLY what it looks like, but pretty cool, nonetheless.
We had a good run, but you cannot compete with the ease-of-use, speed, stability and eye-popping output I’m getting from Corona Render.
Practicing my 3D skills.
I took a little time this weekend to clean up a model I’ve had floating around for a couple years. Cinema4D’s ability to import SolidWorks files along with Corona Render made it easy to create this version of the instrument.
It seems nice and stable!
Cinema4D, Corona Render, and of course, PhotoShop.