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# 1 03-07-2012 , 08:13 PM
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Egg Challenge - Stwert

I like the idea of the challenge, so I'll be entering and focusing primarily on lighting.

My eggs are huddled around a tealight campfire on a kitchen counter telling omelette stories.

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# 2 03-07-2012 , 11:21 PM
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Added a couple burnt matches.

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# 3 03-07-2012 , 11:32 PM
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"Omlette stories" lol I like that. Good to see you're in!


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# 4 04-07-2012 , 02:38 AM
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Instead of wooden planks, you could put them on kitchen knives user added image

You could also convey some individual personality by the way you rotate them into the scene. (Eg. One hiding behind the other, one slouching, etc)


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# 5 04-07-2012 , 12:26 PM
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They're popsicle sticks user added image
Yeah, I'll see how I can add more personality, just roughly placed them in for the moment. I think they'll be different sizes too.

# 6 04-07-2012 , 09:07 PM
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One of those mini marshmallows being roasted on a chopstick. Getting pretty close to done the modelling. Nobody else enter, cause I want the prize.

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# 7 04-07-2012 , 09:36 PM
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hey stwert, I am gonna join as well, but no need to worry as I'm not pro lol
Good luck, keep up the good work


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# 8 04-07-2012 , 09:39 PM
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Thanks Creck. Ha, I'm no pro either. Remember your tank is better than mine right now user added image Looking forward to seeing your idea.

# 9 26-07-2012 , 11:55 AM
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Nice one... like it

# 10 27-07-2012 , 11:44 PM
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Thanks, gonna work on it, but I'm at a conference at the moment.

# 11 03-08-2012 , 02:23 AM
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LOL cool idea stwert.....like it.

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# 12 06-08-2012 , 09:23 PM
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Thanks, gonna work on it, but I'm at a conference at the moment.

a conference being SIGGRAPH?! or a different one?




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# 13 07-08-2012 , 12:44 AM
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Was hoping to go to SIGGRAPH, but it was the annual AMI conference.
(Association for Medical Illustrators)

Now I'm on holidays, so I don't have Maya access, but I'll try to get this done before the deadline.

# 14 08-08-2012 , 07:52 AM
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This looks like its developing nicely. I really like the idea haha user added image I could imagine you using a nice use of shadows/silhouettes of whisks and other 'scary' kitchen implements lurking in background... I hope you manage to get this completed on time!

# 15 21-08-2012 , 03:41 PM
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Yes, I'm still in this! Update with pipecleaner arms, and camera positioning. Just temp lighting for now. Not sure how I'll do the candle flame yet.

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