Lego toy-truck

(drdearth) #1

Render: Indigo
Render time: 3 hours
http://blender.cult.bg/upload/images/Lego_truck_indigo%20render_3_window.png

Comments & critiques are welcome :slight_smile:

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(goodguy20k) #2

Very nice! The reflections might be a tad high. (And I ALWAYS flinch at “high” reflection wood surfaces. Go take a look at some “real” wood floors, or come look at my wood table. There’s scratches and dents galore! :wink: )

I don’t see their emblem on the studs! :wink:

Did you model all the pieces? If so, can I see a wire? I’ve used LDraw a lot before, lots of PovRay stuff. Your render just beat the best I’ve seen from that group! :wink:

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(iliketosayblah) #3

my only crit would be that the blue block at the very top of the render seems as if it is floating, other than that nice job!

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(JESUSFRK14) #4

OMG that looks real

yeah, that blue ones floating. no biggy though

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(vitaliy) #5

lol nice, back in the day i made a render of lego as well… gota be somewhere here

EDIT:
found it
http://blenderartists.org/forum/showthread.php?t=96962&highlight=making

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(Easton) #6

I like the texture on the wood :slight_smile:

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(drdearth) #7

Thanks for the comments!

@goodguy20k: The wood is polished, that’s why it is so reflective :wink:
Yep, I modeled every… type of piece :slight_smile: - all in Blender.
The wire is in the attachments(Warning: The truck’s wire is not very “clear”).

About the floating part: yes it is floating. When I finally double-checked the scene I found that I had forgotten to “drop” that part :o. I will re-render later today and post the fixed image.

Edit: The image is now fixed :slight_smile: - can be seen on the first post.

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(JESUSFRK14) #8

thats so real looking, i cant belive it

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