Neon By Night


The goal was to create my very own poster for the wall.
The scene is heavily inspired by pictures I found online of Tokyo by night.
From start to finish it took me two months.
The robot was added later and is an old model I never really finished.

Most of the assets, textures and shaders were created by me.
On top of that I used some assets from BlenderKit (cat, cars, bins), a few textures and one free asset from Megascans (Street Curbs), some assets from Blendswap (Japanese Lantern and the wooden sign next to it) and some dead leaves from the Grass Essentials.

I’m just happy this one is done and I can move on.

You can download the image in full size for free and do whatever you want with it under the following link:
https://1drv.ms/u/s!AjAGQc89esZJ0Xs7M8Dmt1a8qK0k?e=RtSAE9

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beautiful work

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Thank you :slightly_smiling_face:

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The protagonist.

Stages from Blocking to Final.

The viewport.

Some assets.

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beautiful!

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Great work!

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Awesome environments work!

PH Bob
Minion World

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Thank you for your kind words :slight_smile:

You’re on the #featured row! :+1:

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I’m honoured, thanks!

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The lighting and colors are great :slight_smile:

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Very beautiful, keep bringing it :slight_smile:

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Well, you do have a bit of a lighting issue here: the area to the right of your robot is obviously the brightest area of the scene, and therefore that’s exactly where my eye goes … and stays, as it also struggles not to slip out of the right side of the frame due to the wet pavement that’s tilted at such an angle.

After properly straightening the image up to be level again, I think I’d take my trusty cropping-tools out (they’re two L-shaped pieces cut from a piece of picture-frame stock …) and look for “the picture within the picture.” And, I think I found it: slice off(!) the right half of the street, cropping very narrowly to the robot. Then, adjust the lighting so that the robot is spotlighted … not the blue fog. Then, kill all of that blue lighting, because “nothing interesting is actually happening there.” Also, move the camera several yards up the street to choke-in on the subject, because once again “nothing interesting is actually happening” on that part of the street.

“You’ve got an interesting robot standing on a wet street. There must be a story there.” Tell that story, visually.

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I love the small paper boat from IT

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I like the test pose sitting on the curb looking at the cat :smiley:

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I love it !

Makes me think of Blade Runner mood, even if the robot is out of topic…

Very good work !!!

Congrats @TheAlmightyF and thanks for this eye-candy :slight_smile:

Happy blending !

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I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend!

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Amazing…

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really nice so many really cool ideas going on.different styles combining.
very imaginative.good work!

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