3d model pile snow 02 This is a model of a Pile of snow 02 * Originally created with 3ds Max 2012 * This model is suitable for use in broadcast, high-res film close-ups, advertising, design visualization, forensic presentation, etc.* The model is accurate with the real world size and scale. * This model contains 1 separate objects. * This model contains 962 polygons with Turbosmooth OFF. * This model contains 7682 polygons with Turbosmooth ON. * This model is included in two 3ds Max versions V-Ray and Mental ray.
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Blender Tutorial: Blender 3D printing tutorial This tutorial was made for Blender users with an interest in 3D printing. It covers the essential information for taking your 3D model and turning it into a 3D object using the free CAD software. Through this tutorial, you will learn some of the best practices for modeling, correcting and exporting a 3D file for 3D printing with Blender 2.7. Specifically this tutorial covers the following points: Blender is a free 3D modeling software which is optimized for 3D animation and rendering using polygonal modeling techniques. This tutorial is based off of version 2.7 of Blender - the most recent version of the software can be downloaded from the Blender website.
The State of Rendering – Part 1 Part 1 of 2. This part deals with the rendering trends in the VFX industry today. Part 2 includes a run down of 14 of the most popular renderers for VFX. Many of the issues in this special two part series will also be covered in more depth in the July term at fxphd.com. Each Tuesday at ILM in the Presidio in San Francisco at the former military base on the northern tip of the San Francisco Peninsula overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge there is a lunch for all the ILM visual effects supervisors. It is a private lunch where they get to discuss anything and everything. The 10 Sci-Fi Films That Defined 2014 Most importantly, the sci-fi of 2014 did a better job of smartly reflecting our cultural, social, and economic anxieties than the genre has in years: Widescreen speculations about ecological collapse, about income inequality, about self-enhancement, about sexuality and predation offered us a future-tinted mirror to consider our modern moment. There were a few notable absences—perhaps next year we’ll get an updated, futurized look at racial politics—but by and large, science fiction in 2014 was ambitious, penetrating, strange, and captivating. Just as it should be. Below are the ten films that most powerfully drove the conversation about our near and far future this year. And yes, it's ranked, because it's the end of the year, and I just couldn't help myself.(Warning: spoilers aplenty ahead.)
BadKing » This MatCap Materials Pack was created and generously donated by Adam Lewis. Materials are used to change the way lighting reacts with a surface to make it either smooth or rough, specular or matt, solid or transparent. This download contains 36 individual MatCap materials (.ZMT) that can also be downloaded individually from the Materials Product Section. The materials contained within this pack have a low specular level and smooth texture making it feel like you’re working with real clay. Created in ZBrush, this Materials Pack is compatible with versions from R4 to the most current.
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CG Education Translucency and Sub-Surface ScatteringBy Neil BlevinsCreated On: Sept 12th 2001 Updated On: June 12th 2006 Translucency is a material phenomenon where light travels through an object's surface rather than simply bouncing off the surface. This is a diffuse phenomena, its specular equivalent would be something like transparency or refraction. Most non-metal surfaces contain a certain degree of translucency, so it was only a matter of time before researchers began looking into how to simulate this phenomenon in CG more effectively. A lot of papers at siggraph this year dealt with the subject, including a paper by PDI about skin in Shrek, Jensen's BSSRDF paper, and a talk by Matt Phaar of Exluna.