I remember when I was in fourth grade and we were doing something with geometry. My teacher made some mention of the three dimensions; length, width, depth; but then made a reference to ‘time’ being the fourth dimension. Made no sense to me, but I thought of it when I read the theme.
Well, i highly doubt this will win. But when i heard 4th dimension, i just thought of some abstract art, and you dont see too much abstract with blender. So what the hell, I thought it turned out interesting.
Since time is the fourth dimension, then atoms are allways in fourth dimension, since them are in motion, hence an atom. If everything was in halt then there would be no time. That is kind of how a freezer works, it lessens the effect of fourth dimension.
Seriously Robertt, I could not stop laughing when I saw your entry. It isn’t the image itself that makes me laugh, it’s that you have practically mastered blender and you’ve got all these other participants that cannot hold a candle to your work (No offense anyone) and you absolutely reem the competition XD. Great image by the way, it is a very nice concept (Even though everyone did just about the same thing) The fact you modelled a professional grade Einstein in four days is just amazing.
<jackj goes off to ponder if he will ever hold a flame to Robertt’s skill>
Thanks, jackj. I almost didn’t post it because I wanted to push it further. For example, here is the post-WC version I will show in Finished Projects along with the original render. Always improvements to be made, and I still have so much to learn with Blender.
Well, this was one of the tougher topics we had, but I think everyone did a really nice job!
Robertt +1 ((even though I could have voted for myself ))
Quick question, how time did you spend on this one? I’m curious on how much work you put into these WC (probably way more than my 2hour work with half the time spend chatting with friends lol) But everytime you churn up an entry they are incredible
Sago: I never really counted Yes, you’ve won quite a few!
Slepnyrl: Thanks! I started working on the head Saturday evening and then the outfit, then worked on and off Sunday filling in the scene. Maybe around ten hours of actual work with many test renders/tweaks (lighting, materials, particles) in between. A couple of extra hours went into the second/post-WC image.
it’s a shame they arnt that many people voting in these contests especially since they are way more people that could (at some point they are even 259 users online so I’m sure some could take the time…) I’m waiting for the next contest though and I might participate (in addition to the monthly one I’m prepering)