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Old 10-03-2006, 04:15 AM   #1
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I haven't posted anything new because I haven't really had the chance to use Maya the last few months.

My nephew designed a Wine bottle label for a client and he wanted to see what it looked like, so I modelled it for him. Here it is.

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Nice! Looks realistic.

Inspired me to get a bottle tonight!!
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its very realistic but mayB a bit too dark
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Old 10-03-2006, 04:49 PM   #4
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Hello,

I agree with MattTheMan about it looking,on the whole, a bit dark but I suppose that if you are just showing off the label then it's just right. Nice work,

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Looks ralistic in did, but it´s too dark the botle and graphic work is not popong...need a diferent backgound
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Thanks for the CC guys, much appreciated. The funny thing is I agree with you 100%. I started with Software Renders until he was happy with the Label location etc He wanted the bottle floating so he could cut it out if required.

Now the best part, I didn't consider the render tweaked enough, but he was happy with it and told me I didn't need to do anything else. Cool hey . . wouldn't we all love customers like that
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looks amazing
but i agree the plastic on top is too dark u cant see the detail of the bottle lip
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ha man, it looks so real! keep up the great work!
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Very realistic looking!:attn: Top notch Job! Might want to lighten up the background so you can see the bottle better though.
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Thanks Guys,

My nephew is doing a couple of more label designs so I'll tweak the render a little more and see what we come up with. Thanks for the Feedback guys . . very helpful!

I'm thinking of entering the challenge . . but not sure what to make

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hey BMs tell me about it, i have a basic idea but actually getting it to 3d is hard. then to make it transform :O even more difficult.
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I'm thinking of entering the challenge . . but not sure what to make

Tell me about it man!! Need to get the old grey matter going
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nice bottle BMS and long time no see

You guys should get into the challenge as it'll be great fun!
I found reference stuff on transformers, mechs, titans etc good to get ideas on the bot element of the transformation.

Good luck if you enter :p
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