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Old 15-12-2006, 08:29 PM   #1
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Since there's a lot of guitar projects going on I got inspired and decided to finish my guitar project I started over a year ago. It's my own low budget guitar that I just have for fun.

The strings are just lamberts and they are at this moment floating. The pickups are missing some detail. The head also missing some parts. And the texturing is just a quickie with some part untextured. Didn't spend many minutes on the lighting in these renders so they could be better.
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And a close-up.
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Old 15-12-2006, 08:31 PM   #3
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Wow looks great! MY friend has one that looks exactly like it. Good job on the tanish part. Looks really good. Keep it up!
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Thanks, umm... tanish?
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Here's another even-more close-up. Still floating strings.
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yet again we see the power of the unbiased renderer 8)

sick guitar 8) i'm loving it

keep it up!
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Yep, as they say: once you go unbiased you never go back!
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haha, that is so true its funny ^_^

nice guitar!
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That looks brilliant so far man... i love that metal work. The first image you posted looks almost real despite the lighting.
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Glad you like it guys.

Did some work on the head. Just a quick render before I hit the sack.
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sooner or later this guitar can be photorealistic! love it.
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Wow yeah that looks really real. What I meant by tanish is the end of the guitar! Is that DOF on the image above this post? Also it looks really real. You should make the strings non in the air? Anyway nice work. Cant wait to see more.
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Zohar0, yes, that's DOF.

Made the amp-input and fixed the strings.
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Some more work on the head. The strings need to be less shiny and have a bump map.
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Here's a clay render.
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