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  • wine bottle

    I made this nice wine bottle & glass on a tray with a landscape bckg:
    1. Bottle&glass:
    http://longsbi.250free.com/wineBottl...lBottlePic.jpg

    2. Bottle label:
    http://longsbi.250free.com/wineBottl...yBottlePic.jpg


    I'm a C4D fan..

  • #2
    Looks nice!

    A few things I noticed, though. The background is a little fuzzy. Might want to find a sharper/clearer pic. The shadow could be softened up a bit. And lastly, the grass looks a little flat. Is there a way to make the texture a little coarser?

    All in all, a great job though, I love the detail on the lighting, the label, the tray and the wine glass. Well done.

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    • #3
      Thats nice! Are you from Napa by chance? Great job!

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      • #4
        I'm assuming you used poly's instead of NURBS for the glass bottle? Also I'd work a bit on your lighting and shadows. A step in the right direction.. keep it up.
        Chris
        Fuelded by Imagination

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        • #5
          I'd either lighten the background pic on the label, or take off the red stroke on the type to make it easier to read on the busy background.

          I like the reflections in your wine glass!

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