Suzanne!


(mrmunkily) #1

We’ve Got Monkeys!!!

Blender 2.25 Brand Spanking new fuly opertional monkey-enabled roosendaal honorary gold star GPL edition win32 binaries!!! Thanks nt20, you are awesome.

as is suzanne.


(BgDM) #2

WOO HOO! Yeah Baby!!!

Kudos to nt20 as well. Have a chrome monkey on me!

http://mysite.iptic.com/bgdm/monkey.jpg

BgDM


(djfuego) #3

Calm down… It’s not Publisher.


(mrmunkily) #4

urm; yes it is.


(VelikM) #5

Does it have booleans?


(Jamesk) #6

It does!

Nice monkey btw


(VelikM) #7

It does!

Nice monkey btw[/quote]
Must be Publisher. :smiley:


(dickie) #8

nice monkey.

:slight_smile:


(mrmunkily) #9

on the subject; who made the monkey? It’s surreal…


(theeth) #10

I think WP did it.

Martin


(blengine) #11

nice lighting and model emotion =D

thats an awesome monkey mesh model… it looks exactly like the monkey from the power puff girls, no not mojo jojo, the super hero monkey that was a side show on the pp girls =D
“monkey, we need your help, save us!”


(Bapsis) #12

Well, i’ll be a monkie’s… :wink:

Matt

Blend on, and blend well!!!


(marcanth) #13

Did you use only Blender Publisher to achieve THIS chrome effect? That is very nice… Maybe you used a raytracer also, right?


(BgDM) #14

@ marcanth: no raytracing at all on my image. Just a high contrast image texture applied with the ADD buton pressed instead of MIX and also have REFL pressed instead of ORCO.

Faked GI lighting with a light dome and that is all. 100% Blender.

BgDM


(marcanth) #15

Hi BgDM,

Thanks for the reply! Well, just two doubts… You are saying you put a high contrast texture in your monkey. Ok, but did you use also an envmap? What to you mean a “light dome”? Do you mean you used (besides the texture) also a dome to put a texture and make the monkey reflect it? Like Global Illumination with dupliverts? Something like that?

Well, thanks for the reply! Blender is very fascinating and each day I learn something new… And never want to stop learning!!

Andre


(belac) #16

well you wont stop learning… i don’t know that there is a way to know how to do everything that blender has to offer :slight_smile:


(BgDM) #17

marcanth: no envmap at all in that image. For the Light Dome, I used an Icosphere, set to 3 segments. Parent a spot light to it, cause spots are the only lights capable of casting shodows in blender, and dupliverted the spots.

I can write a small tute for you guys on that, if you are interested. I am also planning on doing a lighting seminar in #blenderskool shortly. So stay tuned on that. Also, if you go to the Q&A forum, look for a tute by S68 on Lighting. He explains the light dome very well in his tutorial.

I would also be happy to share my techniques on making chrome as well, if you are interested? Let me know and I can easily do a short tute on that.

BgDM