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    Illustrations for April's Tatler magazine

    Here are some illustrations which were produced for this month's Tatler.

    The brief was quite straight forward, a dollshouse (with a photo reference) in standard finish and also made from camouflage material and a Starbucks style cup with a crest, "It's Lord Actually" text and the crest in chocolate sprinkles on top.

    All work was carried out in Lightwave 10.1 with some tweaks in Photoshop. The coffee 'top' was simply two photographs, one of a frothy cappuccino top and another covered in cocoa powder with a mask to create the crest.

    My client was Octagon Computer Graphics.
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    Superb work here, Steve.
    I like both renders, the dollhouse in standard material being just brilliant.


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    Nice!! Realy like the dollshouse

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    Nice work

    Did you 'wonkify' the camoflage dolls house in photoshop?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kopperdrake View Post
    Nice work

    Did you 'wonkify' the camoflage dolls house in photoshop?
    No, just a simple procedural displacement

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    Cool - a fair amount of geometry in there then
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    Really, really nice work there Bilious!! Love the coffee cup, it's very convincing indeed... actually, they look even nicer in context of the magazine! Great work!! (Keep looking at it, and love it more the longer I look at it.) Such a simple idea, but both work brilliantly.


    (Oh, and it came about recently, not sure how it did, but I work with someone who knows you from Lowestoft. Mike Vokes ) Such a small world! Think he said you introduced him to LW years ago, but he took on 3dsmax. How odd!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lardbros View Post
    Really, really nice work there Bilious!! Love the coffee cup, it's very convincing indeed... actually, they look even nicer in context of the magazine! Great work!! (Keep looking at it, and love it more the longer I look at it.) Such a simple idea, but both work brilliantly.


    (Oh, and it came about recently, not sure how it did, but I work with someone who knows you from Lowestoft. Mike Vokes ) Such a small world! Think he said you introduced him to LW years ago, but he took on 3dsmax. How odd!!
    Thanks for the comments and, yes, I know Mr Vokes How strange! Say Hi for me, I haven't seen him in ages...we need to arrange another jam when he's here next, his keyboard and vocal skills are legendary

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    The two magazine images would be a great little addition to the Lightwave website under the 'Print" section.

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    Suddenly, I need to have a coffee... so very nice work

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    Quote Originally Posted by biliousfrog View Post
    Thanks for the comments and, yes, I know Mr Vokes How strange! Say Hi for me, I haven't seen him in ages...we need to arrange another jam when he's here next, his keyboard and vocal skills are legendary
    Ha, I've heard about his legendary keyboard skills! Also saw a black and white photo of him in a band, complete with his mullet and leather jacket! Awesome!


    Oh, and definitely get this sent to the Newtek gallery... they're in need of stuff like this!
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    I like both renders too. Especially the house's one. Great work!

    And I agree: they should be in the gallery. Both.
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    Thanks for all the comments

    Quote Originally Posted by lardbros View Post
    Oh, and definitely get this sent to the Newtek gallery... they're in need of stuff like this!
    Where is the NewTek gallery? I notice that there's now a LW11 gallery as well as this gallery, but there's another one too? I don't have a problem with NT using anything I post publicly, I just assumed that they used what's in the Lightwave gallery?

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    Quote Originally Posted by biliousfrog View Post
    Thanks for all the comments



    Where is the NewTek gallery? I notice that there's now a LW11 gallery as well as this gallery, but there's another one too? I don't have a problem with NT using anything I post publicly, I just assumed that they used what's in the Lightwave gallery?
    Hmmm, they've updated the site and it no longer works. (no issue really, it's always been very iregularly updated anyway) but just email chuck in here and see where you email gallery images. Would be good to start getting some print ones in as this area was lacking, along with a few others.
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    Really like the material on the camo dolls house and how the stitching works. Hopefully this will make it to the gallery.


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