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matt3DRC

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#1 14 years ago

I made my first render with bryce, tell me what you think... :D here it is: site1118.jpg here is another, it took a lot longer time :(, but I think I could fix the colors a little better: site1119.jpg Here is an abstract pic from photoshop that I made: logo_org_pub.jpg Thank you for your time:) here is another photo shop pic I made: graphic_org_pub.jpg




Oompa

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#2 14 years ago

They are O.K. I suggest not useing Bryce though. Cinema 4D is much better and allows more skill to shine through.




matt3DRC

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#3 14 years ago

Ok kool I will have to try Cinema 4D... Like I said that very first pic was my first render ever, anyways, hows my sig? I made it with bryce and photoshop.

Thanks for your replys,

Matt




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#4 14 years ago

Not tioo bad at all, your first? if it is, nice...




matt3DRC

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#5 14 years ago

Yep, its my first render and thanks for the complements. Does anyone know how to make those cool boarders for a sig? I would like to put a boarder on mine... Matt




Oompa

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#6 14 years ago

your sig is nice. I actually really like it.




matt3DRC

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#7 14 years ago

Kool, thanks Oompa! It came from a render I made too... Then I just cut part of it out, and mirrored it.:cool:




Sh0wdowN

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#8 14 years ago

)Well, if you're just going to use modelling programs for signatures such as already shown, I feel there is no need to comment. I've never been into 3D Renders, mostly because most of it looks the same (similarity, not exactly the same), and I'm simply tired of it. Of course someone can pull of a good one now and again, but there's not enough things I/we (by we I mean the community, at least some of us (not sure about everyone) have, it's hard not to) haven't seen before. But if you are serious about making renders for signatures, you should consider brushing, seen as that is an important part as well.




matt3DRC

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#9 14 years ago

Ok, I understand you ShOwdowN, but I make all of my creations for fun, and I try to make them the best I can; I am new at this wonderful world of 3D creating..., which I really enjoy. Also, I didn't just get a modeling program for my sig, I only made one so I can fit in better with the community, since there are so many people with them.:D By the way, the sigs are very cool. What kind of brushing do you mean? Like in photoshop? On the same hand, I would really appreciate if someone would tell me or us how to make a boarder for sigs. Matt




Sh0wdowN

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#10 14 years ago

Yeah, brushing is done in photoshop (or whatever other application you might be using), there's plenty of threads located within the graphics department on where to load the brushes and where to get them (there's a stickied thread with a great collection of brushes).

There is (I believe) a tutorial (or several, don't know, haven't checked) regarding border-making in the tutorials section of this forum.

And it also depends, do you mean a big fat (just to describe it) border or a finishing pixel border?




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