More practice with metal.
Update by Erik Deiner: http://i.imgur.com/89W3v.jpg
over 1 year ago
Fork is win.
Err can the spoon have that kind of shading?
Love the fork and knife :)
Is this render or Photoshop? Incredible.
@Pedja Rusic Shading on the spoon was really tricky.Just gave it my best shot.
@Kuldar It's Photoshop :)
Dude, stop this!
Good stuff dude!
Fork me that's good.
Was that joke too spoon?
Wow that's just amazing.
@Asher check these bad boys! Lovely work fella. I can quite touch the steel. ++
Great work, Asher!
Awesome! I always struggle with metal, these are executed perfectly.
That's awesome - this type of work is really impressive!
good practice of metals, work great, just think that the edges in some places are a little too dark, and the shading on the spoon, I know not bother me one bit.
but anyway congratulations for the work
Man, stop practicing. Shut your computer down and go outside. This is weekend. :p
It's perfect as always, mate! ;D
I think the dark parts/reflections should be darker and less saturated, something like this
But as I said really great work! like always
god.. i might have to quit with people like you existing. haha mad good man.
well done mate! :)
Spoon is perfect.
As some have note, the spoon is off when it comes to shading. However, It shouldn't be all that different from the shading you've made for the fork: they roughly have the same curvature in the length. All the spoon is different in that respect is that the shading is more radial.
The fork and knife look terrific, but something is off with the shading on the spoon.
So, you've done this with a dark layer, a separate, smaller white layer on top with the proportions changed. That gives you the dark reflection on the edge. Then, on the white, you have some really subtle smooth blends for shadows, and a sharp white inner glow at the edges. Then, on top of that, you add some sharp black reflection from the upper right.
Very well done, my reflections almost always end up too muddy and not sharp enough. I'll be using this as a reference :)
Did you gradient map the blueish color?
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