GreenOrigin

Hi Guys,

my first big project with Blender 2.8. I scanned the assets with 3DF Zephyr. I created the small plants and the additional moss with GRASWALD. I rendered the complete picture with E-Cycles. Everything worked great :slight_smile: thanks to @bliblubli

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Relay nice of you to create the gif, that extra bit of work makes for an intuitive explanation of your workflow. One that translates across all languages, because it is seen and not spoken.

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This is beautiful!!

@Dnlorji @Cinnober
Thx for your Feedback :slight_smile:

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The level of detail is impressive and I really like the vegetation materials. Thank you for mentioning you used E-Cycles :slight_smile:

thank you Mathieu for your comment :slight_smile:

Great work !
personally id prefer doing some photo bashing for the nature elements ? it look like a lot of work is it worth it for a still image ?

You’re featured on BlenderNation, have a great weekend :slight_smile:

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the work was limited. with the addon #graswald and photogrammetry the background was quickly finished. The lightning was a little more time consuming.

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You’re #featured! :+1:

great work… and good Job with the Stones and the usage of grasswald. how long does it tooks to render?

See the wireframe made it more clear to me why the labels and decals had the bend to it. Somehow the render does represent the upward angle of the camera.

Its kind if weird, because the bottle is in the middle, yet it is upward shot. Gives a bit of a weird angle i must say. I would lower the camera perhaps with shift y, move the bottle more upwards in the frame. That way it will match the angle better perhaps.

Now it feels like the bottle is tilting backwards or so?!
Nice mood and colors!!!

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Nice shading and lighting!