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Re: Green apple tutorial (Pat625 request)

Post#8 by dinasset » 21 Mar 2017, 17:50


Excellent result, Issabella.
If you and Conbagui do not mind, I would have a couple of suggestions:
1- the light which simulates the reflection of a window should follow the curvature of the apple
2- where the bottom part "touches" the shadow generated by the apple, there should be no light separation, otherwise the apple seems to be "suspended"
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Post#9 by Conbagui » 21 Mar 2017, 18:25


dinasset wrote:
21 Mar 2017, 17:50
Excellent result, Issabella.
If you and Conbagui do not mind, I would have a couple of suggestions:
1- the light which simulates the reflection of a window should follow the curvature of the apple
2- where the bottom part "touches" the shadow generated by the apple, there should be no light separation, otherwise the apple seems to be "suspended"

Uhmm...May it is :roll: Yeah I will try to improve it later on. This was an old tutorial and I have not touched it since I made it. Thanks dinasset for the input. :thumbsup:
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Post#10 by Pat625 » 21 Mar 2017, 19:49


Tin: I did not know that you had written a script for this. I'll check it out!
Issabella: Very nice apple image. I agree with you in that I always learn new things with Conbagui's tutorials.
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Post#11 by Pat625 » 21 Mar 2017, 19:52


Just finished my apple image. Thanks again, Conbagui for the tutorial. Again, I learned some new things from your tutorial.
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Post#12 by Issabella » 21 Mar 2017, 20:22


Thank you so much Dinasset Conbagui and Pat. :D
Pat, your nice fresh apple looks great! We will be able to make a very nice apple pie with them. :lol:
Dinasset, I couldn't change the reflect to get a deeper curve effect but the bottom shade yes. Is it better?
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Post#13 by dinasset » 22 Mar 2017, 05:56


It looks better, Issa.
Still a bit more "contact" at the bottom, and use paint tools for the reflection like dodge/burn, blur/sharpen.
This is a (quick and dirty) example.
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Post#14 by Issabella » 22 Mar 2017, 07:41


Yes, I understand it. Thanks Dinasset. The apple seems to be now good placed on a base because the shadows join in a normal way. :thumbsup:
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