Sci-fi Tubes and wires


(Freid) #1

Hop !

Where is The G-man ?

http://www.freid.com/3d/ttube_vig.jpg

http://www.freid.com/3d/ttube.html

Freid


(Eric) #2

gaah!

you’re sick! :smiley:


(BgDM) #3

Holy mackanaw!!! Thats a lot of pipes and tubes dude!

I love it!!! Can’t get enough tubes and pipes.

BgDM


(saluk) #4

Very good attention to detail. Could stare at this pic for a while before seeing everything there is to it. Must have taken a long time.


(Freid) #5

>Very good attention to detail. Could stare at this pic for a while before >seeing everything there is to it. Must have taken a long time.

Hi.
I spent my spare time since last 2 weeks i think.
Freid


(blengine) #6

whoa man, thats killer… so much stuff in that scene and its all excellently placed! well done!

hmmm… i have a quesiton… it looks like, tell me if im wrong, but u dont have not even one spotlight in that scene that casts shadows???
if u add some soft burnt shadows to this scene, wow, it will be sooo amazing!


(Freid) #7

Thanx

i have a quesiton… it looks like, tell me if im wrong, but u dont have not even one spotlight in that scene that casts shadows???
if u add some soft burnt shadows to this scene, wow, it will be sooo amazing!

I used radiosity, a few lamps and 1 very low spot with shadows. i tried to add more shadows, but it was too dark (imho;))

Freid


(Freid) #8


http://www.freid.com/3d/ttubepapervig.jpg
if you like it…
http://www.freid.com/3d/ttube.html
(1024x768), jpg, 224k
Freid


(blengine) #9

oh i c i c…radiosity =) dang, that musta been a while solving eh?


(Freid) #10

oh i c i c…radiosity =) dang, that musta been a while solving eh?

1~2 hours

Freid


(malefico) #11

:o Excellent image.

Being a chemical engineer, this ressembles my worst nightmare very close. :-?

Cheers.

malefico.


(dickie) #12

that’s very cool.
i’ve always been a fan
of highly geometric futuristic schtuff like that.

chapeau!


(pofo) #13

Great pic, thanks for my new wallpaper :smiley:

Is it just me or should not the green light make the smoke look green?

  1. pofo

(Jolly Gnome) #14

How did you do the smoke? It doesn’t look like a particle system, and it seems to behave quite differently from the “world” mist (being in one place only instead of the whole scene)


(NateTG) #15

ouch. :o where do you get the patience?? :x :-?

that is really cool


(Freid) #16

How did you do the smoke? It doesn’t look like a particle system, and it seems to behave quite differently from the “world” mist (being in one place only instead of the whole scene)

Hi ! I did the smoke with a particule meshe with an add texture

Freid


(Jolly Gnome) #17

Huh, that’s amazing…
Was the particle system static? and how many particles there were? And one more: how large the halo-material was?
:slight_smile:


(Freid) #18

Hi, thanks,

Was the particle system static? and how many particles there were? And one more: how large the halo-material was?

I hope that will answer :

http://www.freid.com/3d/ttube_part.jpg

I think i stoled that material in the first tutorial guide, for an earlier pic, then i tweaked it a bit for that new pic.

Freid


(Jolly Gnome) #19

Thanks Freid!
Now I know how to make a decent looking smoke :wink:


(leinad13uk) #20

Fried i think your work is excellent you should consider writing some tutorials.

Leinad13
http://www.coldflame.tk