Ok, finishing this project off with a few final renders. A cover has been added (with yellow felt on the inside as well as a hand printed illustration with the clocks production number on the backside), a chain and a few bits and bobs here and there.
about 1 year ago
Whats the outcome of the watch? Hours of rendering, modelling & texturing, got to be for something right? It's looking so detailed now :)
@Andrew Lazarus Purely a concept field trip. Trying to move my lazy behind from Cinema4d to Modo, and I think I'm finally there thanks to the above. Also working with 3d really requires a lot of experimenting and tests alongside the commercial projects. It's all about exercising those digital muscles ;-)
@Martin Brinks how are you finding Modo? I'm a CInema guy myself, but only because it was the easiest to pick up several years ago, now, i'm wondering if there's something better that i should have picked up
@Andrew Lazarus I absolutely love it. I find it so much easier to work with than C4d. The final incentive was finding out how good the render part of Modo is. And then there's the price and license policies. C4d is expensive, every year, and relies on local dealers and a fixed install policy (one user, one machine). Luxology on the other hand has an excellent download service, pretty cheap upgrades and a flexible license system (one user, many machines)
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