"No time to argue" - Optimus Prime, in his final battle, gifts his spark to Bumblebee's owner.
Optimus Prime: Sub-d modeled in Lightwave. UVd and texture painting in 3DCoat. Rendered in Octane. Post in Affinity Photo with comp in DaVinci Resolve.
Bumblebee, Starscream, Female Character and rock formation - all free assets, converted and textured in 3DCoat. Background and HDRI map from HDRI Haven.
Shot breakdown and more pics can be found here: http://rsldesigns.co.uk/no-time-to-argue/
Hello, 3DCoat Community.
My name is Przemysław Słowiński, I've been using 3D-Coat for 2-3 years (I started thanks to the Learn Squared).
I professionally sculpt for 3D printing (for Tabletop Games presently). I would like to present you my scultps, made exclusively in 3D-Coat. These are renders + printed and painted sculpts.
All sculpts, renders, paintjobs and photos are made by me.
Please, check out the trailer
You can get the tutorial at 50% off including a photopack - at my gumroad - https://gumroad.com/products/PtkDM (50% is valid until the 1st of February)
All the extra description is in the gumroad
This is a set of five 40 mm bases I've created for Tabletop games. The bases are created for a world of Lava or cold Lava, where Knights, Giants and Dragons fight for their power. But even if you are not fighting with dragons, the bases may fit into you Space collection? The "dragon egg" could be an Alien egg, right?
The Dragon Egg - A Fire Dragon placed its egg into a lava base, but it could has been an Alien too.
The Lava Stones - Some stones, somewhere in the lava sea... on a hot planet.
Lava Chains - Who lost this chains? An escaped dragon or a fled Alien?!
Lava Stream - "Slowly travels a lava stream, somewhere in the lava sea."
The Broken Dragon Anchor - Someone tried to keep a proud dragon. Nice try...
Turntable on YouTube
The turntable is rendered in Blender. I've used Blenders new realtime render engine Eevee . The animation has 1.000 frames at 50/s in Full HD. Render time is 2 seconds per image!