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    Product Viz Ciroc

    Hi there!

    I just had some time off to practise modelling, lighting, shading, rendering and also retouching,
    and I decided to create this image. The original piece is 2000x2000 and rendered on exr, this is
    a half resolution version of it...

    The object modeled is a bottle from a french vodka which design and shape I found rather interesting.

    Comments welcome

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    it looks nice, but seems to be empty. did you dring it before render it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alesxander View Post
    it looks nice, but seems to be empty. did you dring it before render it?
    Hahahaha, not really, I guess ur comment is based in the low contrast from the liquid top part against the bottle but I just wanted not to get distract with this kind of stuff.
    Glad you liked it!

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    I like it.

    Maybe: Fill it with dielectric material? Then put some value changes in the background behind the bottle and turn on refraction? :+)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrStrik9 View Post
    I like it.

    Maybe: Fill it with dielectric material? Then put some value changes in the background behind the bottle and turn on refraction? :+)

    hahahaha, thanks for the comments
    I decided not to use dielectric as I think I have more control over materials using gradients... but I may think about doing a different version using node physical materials.
    Im happy you like it,
    Thanks!

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