Acid rain dance

Personal project based on a photograph by AdinaVoicu on pixabay. All 3d modeling done in Blender 2.82. Rendered in Cycles. Compositing and photomontage using Photoshop.


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Can you clarify which bits are modeled and which ones are photograph?

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Hi Bart, sure, the robotic parts are all modeled in 3D. The dress and background are a photograph. I did build a reference dress in 3d to get the right bounce lighting on the objects.

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I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend :slight_smile:

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Wow, that’s awesome, thank you :slight_smile:

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Great Job, are you going to publish a tutorial about this?

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You’re on the #featured row! :+1:

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top row with a nice bot! Awesome work! Congrats!

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Very nice blending. How did you match the lighting? Did you make an HDRI map at the site?

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Stunning piece!! :heart:

thanks Jerry! I’m a big fan of your work

Thanks so much. I just used an HDRI that matched the lighting conditions. I tried with different ones until I found one that worked just fine.

One more question, how did you make those photo-realistic fabrics??
That looks amazing!

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If you search for Retired Unit on Blender Nation, there’s an article I wrote on which I describe a similar process to mix 3D with a photograph. Cheers

the fabrics are actually part of the photograph. I only build some reference one to get the wright lighting bounces on the 3D objects.