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To save time during rendering and scene setup only one pile of teddy bears was rendered. To make the basement look more "fully stocked" and apocalyptic for the teddy bears I copied and edited the pile a few times (Fig.11).

Fig. 11

After that I painted a few layers of smoke to add depth and mood to the illustration. Again, I wanted a stylized look instead of a realistic one and for that so I used my custom brush created from scanned torn pieces of paper (Fig.12).

Fig. 12

And here's the final image (Fig.13)!

Fig: 13


I spent two days creating the illustration. It won third place in the contest and was then published in Expose 7.
Many thanks to 3DTotal team for giving me the opportunity to share this image with you. Hope you like it and thanks for reading!

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(ID: 84301, pid: 0) Bag on Sun, 05 February 2012 12:02pm
Fine tut but should be placed in Zbrush section as for me... but good job anyway
(ID: 53115, pid: 0) Mario on Mon, 10 October 2011 1:29pm
Very nice. Congratulations
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(ID: 10965, pid: 796810) Ak666 (Forums) on Thu, 10 June 2010 9:04pm
chunkymunky thanks.
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(ID: 10921, pid: 795544) Chunkymunky (Forums) on Mon, 07 June 2010 11:36am
Lovely modelling and really great scene, great colour variations and a cool final image :)
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