My Condo

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Re: My Condo

Post by clintonman » 11 Sep 2012, 05:54

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Trying to do at least a little bit every day. Refined the kitchen cabinets. The center sections of the doors look a little bit too deep. The plain color looks a little odd too. I'll switch that over to something with some more specularity and a texture so it's not so clay like. First thing will be to reshape the stove.
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Re: My Condo

Post by clintonman » 18 Sep 2012, 05:43

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This render is from 5 days ago. I started reshaping a couple of things and changing materials. The workflow was awkward with the nodes based materials, so I updated the export script and all the materials so that their parameters could be viewed in the panel instead of the link editor. The ies lights are also improved and some not so useful features were removed. When I started the script was 1606 lines of code. Now it's down to 1112 lines and it has better error checking. I'll continue with this project after I finish, document and release the changes. Hopefully, I'll be back in a couple of days.
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Re: My Condo

Post by clintonman » 23 Sep 2012, 05:10

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The update to the indigo materials and exporter is done. I reduced the shine on many materials and started using wood textures from photos I took. The aquarium has transparency and the refrigerator has some beveling on it. I also got around to subdividing the seat of the chair, so it's not so angular.
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