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Contests => Previous Contests => 2017 KeyShot Render Competition => Topic started by: Benny L on October 18, 2017, 01:11:07 pm

Title: Gummy Bear
Post by: Benny L on October 18, 2017, 01:11:07 pm
Planning to enter a few but I'm work traveling so I'll see how much time I got.

Anyways, here's one with cloudy materials (simulated with some dynamic bodies from C4D)

Enjoy!

Title: Re: Gummy Bear
Post by: DriesV on October 18, 2017, 01:29:28 pm
These are easily the yummiest cloudy plastics in this contest so far. ;D

Dries
Title: Re: Gummy Bear
Post by: Benny L on October 18, 2017, 01:33:47 pm
These are easily the yummiest cloudy plastics in this contest so far. ;D

Dries

Funny you say that, I almost wanted to modeled a bitten one lol
Title: Re: Gummy Bear
Post by: Will Gibbons on October 19, 2017, 07:11:37 am
Awesome gummies!
Title: Re: Gummy Bear
Post by: Josh3D on October 19, 2017, 07:37:45 am
DELICIOUS. This looks great Benny!
Title: Re: Gummy Bear
Post by: Benny L on October 19, 2017, 08:15:10 am
Awesome gummies!

Thanks and any feedback is welcome!

DELICIOUS. This looks great Benny!

Feel free to critique it :)
Title: Re: Gummy Bear
Post by: DriesV on October 19, 2017, 09:15:58 am
Feel free to critique it :)

Okay, you asked for it... :)

I feel like the image is lacking some contrast. I think it would look a lot more interesting with a higher contrast HDRI, and perhaps with some complimentary colors (the classic orange/blue hue contrast) in the lighting.

When inspecting contrast in renderings I sometimes pull the saturation all the way to 0.
I did that for your image as well and the result is a... grey soup. :D
Because of the lack of contrast, you loose a lot of form definition. All the gummies kind of blend together.

Dries
Title: Re: Gummy Bear
Post by: Benny L on October 19, 2017, 09:41:00 am
Feel free to critique it :)

Okay, you asked for it... :)

I feel like the image is lacking some contrast. I think it would look a lot more interesting with a higher contrast HDRI, and perhaps with some complimentary colors (the classic orange/blue hue contrast) in the lighting.

When inspecting contrast in renderings I sometimes pull the saturation all the way to 0.
I did that for your image as well and the result is a... grey soup. :D
Because of the lack of contrast, you loose a lot of form definition. All the gummies kind of blend together.

Dries

Haha it’s all good. Definitely helpful and let me see what I can cook up next for the next iteration :)  should be interesting to add those colors to the HDRI