Three spheres with blue V-Ray light materials were used to create the look of blue colored fire under the test tubes (Fig.17). Again I used three V-Ray spheres for the three containers in the back that have the three un-hatched eggs in (Fig.18).
I used another V-Ray sphere to light the interior of the big tube that is above the egg collector (Fig.19). Small V-Ray spheres were placed in each of the meters so that every dial was individually lit (Fig.20).
(ID: 83838, pid: 0) Jon on Fri, 03 February 2012 9:38am Fantastic composition. It is so weird but so pretty. I especially love how the textures make the simple geometry so interesting. Very nice tutorial too. I really loved the dusty glass. How did you achieve that?
(ID: 66596, pid: 0) James on Wed, 30 November 2011 2:47am Greaaat image, but the fingers (shader pink) is kind of fake...like a standart shader only with the color.
But the rest is perfect, congrats!
(ID: 64853, pid: 0) Jeffrey on Thu, 24 November 2011 9:01am Love it!!!
Thanks for sharing.
(ID: 64647, pid: 0) Danilo on Wed, 23 November 2011 1:59pm Awesome imagem, even if isn't the final result you expected, I think it is amazing.