Maya for 3D Printing - Rapid Prototyping
In this course we're going to look at something a little different, creating technically accurate 3D printed parts.
# 1 20-03-2007 , 01:49 PM
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Tree Frog on a Monitor

Here's a new image from me :p
A Tree Frog sitting on top of my own computer monitor/screen user added image

The Frog was modelled in Maya (duh), and the textures were made in Photoshop.
Some post pro done in Photoshop and Image...

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# 2 20-03-2007 , 05:03 PM
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Nice work, teh frog needs to have a slight redish hint added to it as your image is reddish in colour. A little more work on the DOF as the stil image is quite out of focus, but the frog is not.

Theses are all little changes just to add that final bit of realism to the picture.


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# 3 20-03-2007 , 05:09 PM
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Originally posted by R@nSiD
Nice work, teh frog needs to have a slight redish hint added to it as your image is reddish in colour. A little more work on the DOF as the stil image is quite out of focus, but the frog is not.

Theses are all little changes just to add that final bit of realism to the picture.

The blur does need some work, but I disagree with the statement about the red color. The colors are very nice!

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# 4 23-03-2007 , 06:19 AM
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Thank you! user added image

I don't want to do anything with the colors, I like them so freking much :p
But I may work some more on the blur! user added image

Wasn't all that easy to take a good picture with my bad camera ...


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# 5 16-04-2007 , 01:28 PM
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I agree with adding in a slight redish colour in the skin. If your after realism, in the real word, you would have photos bounceing of the red from the background and projecting it onto the skin. Notice your monitor how it has a redish colour on it. To fit the frog into the scene so it looks like its actually there, you would need to do this.
Maybe rather than change the texture of your skin, you could add a slight redish colour to your light.
Just some ideas.
Nice job the frog! and yes i like his colours.


There's nothing normal about normals. In FACT i think the are abnormal.

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cool composite. user added image

# 7 17-05-2007 , 04:23 AM
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# 8 13-06-2007 , 08:08 AM
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Thank you people user added image

I never really go for 100% realism user added image
I just make it look how I want, not how real life wants it :p



Here is a small pic of an almost done scene with the same frog
(just thought I could post it here)
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