Archive for July, 2009

Kitchen Scene

Wednesday, July 29th, 2009

Trying my hand at modern interior scenes.

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Rather pleased with the coffee machine, its turned out exactly as I wanted.

Francis Francis X1

Wednesday, July 29th, 2009

New model based on the Franics Francis X1 Coffee machine.

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Modelled, Textured and rendered in Lightwave 9.6

Tempted to put this up for sale if the demand is there.

Summer in Sweden

Friday, July 24th, 2009

New image based on an image in the hemköp free calender from 2008.

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House modelled in Lightwave 9.6, image rendered in Vue 7. This was my first attempt at using depth of field in vue, I am rather pleased with the results.

Website Redesign

Friday, July 24th, 2009

I have redesigned my main website

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I feel that the new design is more accessible, and shows more clearly the work which I have done.

I have also added a portfolio slideshow

New Item for Sale at Renderosity

Thursday, July 16th, 2009

A new item, Roman Amphora Volume One, is now available for sale at Renderosity.com

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This is a collection of 6 Roman Amphora based on Dressels categorisations. This Pack contains the first 6 forms each with two different textures, A red terracotta wheelthrown type and a more organic brown style.

These pots are Poser friendly, Vue 7 friendly and should work in any application that can accept .OBJ files or .VOB files.

This collection contains BMP textures and bump maps in 2000×2000 pixel format, 1000×1000 format and JPEG textures and bump maps in 1000×1000 format.

All pots contain two sets of texture maps and bump maps – Terracotta and Organic.

All Images on this page rendered in Poser with basic settings and ambient occlusion turned on.

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Currently on an Introductory Offer of 30% off Only at renderosity.

Kingston Flyer – Day 6

Thursday, July 16th, 2009

Finished the drivetrain, added another boiler to the top of the tank, more pipes and more details to the tank.

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Still to do the wheels today, perhaps tweak the drivetrain slightly, the final boiler, whistle assembly and some valve areas toward the back.

Kingston Flyer – End of Day 4

Tuesday, July 14th, 2009

Worked on the runners for the rest of the day, part of this involved first tyring to learn how they work and then model them accordingly

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Still needs lots more work on the shape and adding all the small details, but for now i’m happy to have the main shapes present and in the right places.

The wheels are only roughouts at present, better more detailed ones will be done later.

Kingston Flyer – Day 4

Tuesday, July 14th, 2009

Added some more details to the side of the flyer, starting to look like a train now which is nice.

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Goint to get the pistons and gears on the main wheels finished by the end of the day hopefully.

Kingston Flyer – Front Finished

Monday, July 13th, 2009

The front view of the kingston flyer is now finished (apart from the texturing) Added the piston type jobs to the side of the train, made the tank front spherical rather than conical as suggested by piz99 of Renderosity forum and added the plate on the front of the cow pusher (the grill at the front)

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Also started working on the wheels, lots of pipes and metalwork around them still to come..

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More later.

Kingston Flyer – Day Two

Sunday, July 12th, 2009

Day two of the Kingston flyer. The cattle pusher has been completed, some more hoses, a chain and some hooks and the start of the undercarriage.

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Not bad for a sunday.