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    Tsu
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    Tsu's blenders. Light bulbs.

    In case you dont know, blender is a 3d program, and although its seems complicated, its really easy. Its also free to DL.
    NEWEST AT TOP:

    Well,i finally got the opportunity to make light bulbs.
    Theyre somewhat realistic:The silver screw base thing has a black cone shaped thing on the tip,with that laye of copper, and then a drop of metal, as real bulbs do. Yo cant see them too well though.
    http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j201/ ... tbulbs.jpg

    Coffee:
    http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j201/ ... Coffee.jpg

    DD logo. like this one, two glass D's on some red thing, YES!
    http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j201/cbd154/DD3D.jpg

    This is just a vase goblet like thing on an ugly table. It still looks kinda cool though.
    http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j201/ ... render.jpg

    I call it, "glass in a room":
    http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j201/ ... naroom.jpg

    My first actual render:
    http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j201/ ... render.jpg

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    ooh, looks like fun. i'ma DL blender.

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    Okay, but dont be intimidated when you open it, just study a basic tut and it will seem a lot simpler. Im working on something now, its just a gold dish, but thats all i can really make right now.

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    love it but how do you export as an image? and its bliddy slow on my computer as well.



    good job.

    arg, this colorsceme sucks on this layout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uninteligible
    how do you export as an image?
    Just print screen it, if it's so slow.
    [center:161o6f51]LET'S BREAK OUT THE SHOTGUNS WE'RE GOING TO TOWN![/center:161o6f51]
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    Its good but it breaks the forum borders. So please size it down : P

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    Oh whoops i didnt even notie. I changed it to a link.

    Sx - thanks

    UPDATE
    http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j201/ ... naroom.jpg

    UPDATE:
    Check first post, lots of new ones.

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    I have blender and have made some stuff with it but I haven't taken it out in awhile.
    Nice stuff though.

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    Yeah, my faves the coffee one. Right now im experementing with transparency and multi part objects. I made a prett sweet light bulb, but my comps really jacked up so blender freezes every now and then, and i lose what im working on a lot. Thanks for the comments, post more, as il have more renders up soon.

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    Looking pretty good so far.
    I don't know much about blender, but I've done some 3-d work before. I'd suggest setting a skylight if it's possible instead of (or in addition to) the standard light you're using now. It'll make the shadows softer the whole render more realistic overall.
    Also, could you show a printscreen of your render settings? I might be able to point out some things you could change to make it look better

    Ignore this if things work differently than that in blender, as I've said I've never really used it before.


 
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