Forrest Tranquility

By Martin Mayer

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Date Added: 9th February 2011
Author URL:
http://www.martinmayer.ca (opens in new window)
Email:
martin.macik.mayer@gmail.com  
Notes:
Modeled and rendered in Modo. Animated Maya. Composite in Fusion.
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Readers Comments
ZenMan (Forums)
ZenMan (Forums) on Thu, 03 May 2012 4:11pm
very nice render, good use of HDR Lighting, and shaders. Mushroom does no look organic thought, but tis a small detail.
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Joy Chisenga on Thu, 03 May 2012 10:05am
The snail and the background two thumbs up, but the mushroom looks porcelain and like Rob pointed out the specularity is a little high, but still good work.
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Jermaine on Sat, 12 March 2011 2:13pm
I agree with comments about the mushroom cap. To me it looks to be a sort of porcelain. A good porcelain, but I'm not aware of any mushrooms that look like they're made of porcelain
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Thomas Ouziel on Fri, 11 March 2011 9:01am
This is some of the best cg I've seen. Major props.
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Eric Sneider on Wed, 16 February 2011 2:51am
I disagree in this case about the specularity, but I also think that comes down to being a matter of opinion too. As for the mushroom cap, I would tend to agree, but without having seen many types of mushrooms in person before, I like to give the benefit of the doubt. Superb work in my opinion.
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JoeLaFrite007 (Forums) on Thu, 10 February 2011 5:39am
In first plan, i were not understanding what was real or not !Superb !
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Adnan on Wed, 09 February 2011 10:40pm
no words,simply photo-real!
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Simo De Salvatore (Forums) on Wed, 09 February 2011 8:25pm
Great work!
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Jason on Wed, 09 February 2011 7:14pm
Wow, that is an amazing image and video. Very well done.
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Dave Woodhull on Wed, 09 February 2011 4:10pm
WOW!! Just incredible. Your SSS texturing is really nice. Really like the movie, great rigging!!
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Rob on Wed, 09 February 2011 3:04pm
Pretty good overall. The snail could (perhaps) have a slightly more lingering stick to the surface during the animation, but that's not the reason for my 4* score. If photorealism is your goal then you just missed it by a hair.

While I think that the specularity for the snail & shell are just a little high, that's not what really clues me into the fact that this is CG. It's the mushroom cap. Maybe it's the type of mushroom you chose or maybe it's just the overall shading & modeling, but the cap looks artificial enough to be a dead giveaway that this is fake. Again, it's a good scene, but not exactly photo real.
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Claudia on Wed, 09 February 2011 9:29am
Amazing! Really good lightning and texturing!
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Martin Mayer on Wed, 09 February 2011 12:52am
For a little Movie please have look at:

http://bit.ly/fV7JgU

Thank you!
MM
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Ruben Valente on Wed, 09 February 2011 12:29am
Just Amazing! The light, the photo like feeling is superb!
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