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'Ducks Crossing'

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Dear All,

 

I've finished my last project done mostly in  3D Coat. It is a story about one place in Scotland I visited several years ago and that does not exist any more.  It was called 'Ducks Crossing' because of ducks that used to gather near its entrance gate.

 

I placed some pictures in the gallery of finished works  http://3d-coat.com/forum/index.php?app=gallery&album=96.

The booklet that tells this story you can find following the following links:

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/j7505ygsib7yhek/DucksCrossing.pdf?dl=0

 

https://yadi.sk/i/xqaEPmDScga4B

 

and some technical details about the project and extras are collected here:

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/xllpf6z46avuxib/DucksCrossingTechnical.pdf?dl=0

 

https://yadi.sk/d/cnWm7Fe5cigEh

 

During this work I really enjoyed the use of 3D Coat. I think it is very powerful add when you need to create quickly many items with the nontrivial topology. Fascinating program! 

 

Some pages used in the booklet:

 

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with best regards

 

altix

 

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Really nice work altix! Thank you for sharing it with us. :)

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I'm very glad that you like this work, guys.   I used V-ray renderer.  Unfortunately the capabilities of my home computer are limited and I was unable to set up V-ray perfectly. There is still some noise in the shadows :blink:.     

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I hear you, render settings are one of those never ending quests for perfect. So difficult sometimes to stop tweaking those settings to reach the apex. At some point one must "call it a day" and enjoy the fruits of their labour. :)

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