smc #41 shavers

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smc #41 shavers // Speed Model Challenge

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Post by Vizu // Jan 23, 2009, 6:34am

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As always:

Okay guys, i try to explain with my poor english the next speed modeling challange.

Topic ! shave me ....


create a shaver with the following rules.


The rules (stolen from the smc #39) :)


1. Create the model(s) within the 2 hours time limit.

2. You may enter as many times as you like.

3. Your entry should include a wireframe screen grab before subdivision has been applied, mainly this is so people can get an idea of how things were created and maybe learn something.

4. Include time spent, trueSpace version, render engine.

5. Post only one rendered image per entry which must be no larger than 800x600 pixels. Final composition is up to you.

6. Render time, lighting and texturing are not included as people with slower computers may be at a disadvantage.

7. The winner is encouraged to place a tutorial in the new Tutorium showing how they made their entry (Contact Norm). Sometimes the wireframe isn't enough (although no-one ever seems to bother...)

8. All entries should be posted to this thread and all comments should be posted in the comments thread. Thanks.


and here you find some inspirations. Members of caligari, Microsoft are welcome too ... Muahahahahaha


The #smc 41 will be closed on Friday 01-30-2009 18:00


http://www.wire-frame.de/shavers.jpg

Post by jamesmc // Jan 23, 2009, 10:10am

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Hand Razor
1st Phase - Wire (after 2 start-overs) :( A little less than 2 hours
Real time render, with some levels adjustment in Photoshop (had doc appointment, so will enter another one later)

Post by frank // Jan 23, 2009, 10:51am

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Oky doky. This is my first time doing one of these, so hopefully I did things properly.


Title: Happy Shave

Model time: 45 minutes

Lighting and Test Renders: 30 minutes


Modeled in trueSpace 6.6 w/ PolyTools

Rendered with Dribble 1.04

Post by jamesmc // Jan 24, 2009, 5:36am

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Face Mutilator
(400 horse power V-8 engine Face (cough) Razor
Was feeling totally in a funked mood, sort of a Mad Magazine type of mood, decided to get grenade volley ball wacko and make an V-8 powered face razor.

Phase I: Wire - about 1:20 . Time flies when you don't care. :D
(cylinders) (AI for the blades on front), Engine block was just sweeps and manipulation, some tessellation as you can see.

Phase 2: just your standard metal shaders from Model side. No subdivisions

Phase 3: Environmental lights from the 'kitchen (HDRI) (Lightworks) and some Multi-spec lights at low intensity.

Post by Emma // Jan 24, 2009, 6:45am

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Title: Dirty Rat Shaver

Model time: 1 hour 25 minutes

Added: SDS


Modeled totaly in Workspace from a normal cylinder


Rendered with Vray, GI

Post by kena // Jan 24, 2009, 6:08pm

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Title: Saftey Shaver 1934

Model Time 1 hr 20 min

2 layers of SDS

Ts 7.6 v-ray render


17874


http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v623/greypiffle/Greys_world/Saftey_Vray.png

Post by RAYMAN // Jan 24, 2009, 7:56pm

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Title : Ladyshaver

Model time : 1h 55 minutes

body -poly and nurbs modeling

render engine : Kerky MLT bpt because I couldnt

resist using the colored aluminium that

I made for the community last year...

Post by C0R4X // Jan 25, 2009, 3:42am

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Title: They came to shave our planet... aah no wait... face
Modeltime: nearly 2 hours (this damn rigging...)
Modelt in Truespace 7.6, using the good old Modeler, nothing done in the workspace
Rendered with VRay for Truespace (15 Minutes)

Maybe there will be another entry next week ^^

http://www.sweepdigital.de/temp/smc41_shaver1.jpg

http://www.sweepdigital.de/temp/smc41_shaver1_wire.jpg

Post by kena // Jan 25, 2009, 7:58am

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Title: My first Shaver

Model Time: 2 hours 1 min.

I thought that since I had 15 min left for my 2 hours I would model a magnifying glass, but only got the lenz in before I noticed it was over.

Truespace 7.6 VRay


17881


Detail of handle


17882


I put spirals on the cilindars and then inset every other one to get the handle spiral.


17883



http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v623/greypiffle/Greys_world/Razor.png

Post by Vizu // Jan 25, 2009, 8:41am

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Sunday and i find time for TS ;)

Okayy here is my entry that don´t come into the vote but i love to work with you guys.


Modelingtime around 1,30 std. Not enought time to make the model complete in 3D so i use more textures to let it look how it do.

Rendering around 3 MMinutes in VRay 4 TS


http://www.wire-frame.de/shaver.jpg


and a earlyer stage of the model


http://www.wire-frame.de/shaverpre.jpg

Post by Wigand // Jan 25, 2009, 8:54am

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I couldn't resist :rolleyes:

30min modeling

30min texturing

30sec rendering

Post by C0R4X // Jan 25, 2009, 1:51pm

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Made another one ^^


Title: Micro-Soft ;) (Sorry... but best title for this creation...)

Modeltime: a bit more than one hour

Software: Truespace 7.6 with VRAY for Truespace

Renderingtime: about 6 Minutes

Postproduction: Photoshop, about 10 - 15 Minutes, Depth of field was done in Photoshop (I'm such a noob)


http://www.sweepdigital.de/temp/smc41_shaver2.jpg


Wireframe:

http://www.sweepdigital.de/temp/smc41_shaver2_wire.jpg


Olé

Post by Nez // Jan 28, 2009, 4:36am

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Disposable razors


OK, here's my entry, based on the disposable razors I actually use (Gilette Blue II Plus or something like that...)

I've taken a few minor liberties here and there due to time, (and left off the logo for copyright reasons!) but they do bear a passing resemblance...


Modelling: all done in tS7.6 model-side;

firstly produced the shape shown by (1) below using cube with added edges, some sweeps and then bevelling/sweeping to create the inset portion.

Extended with further sweeps, adjusting section as I went to get (2).


Subdivided at this point (irreversibly), extracting 'final' object which then underwent some serious 'slicing and dicing' with booleans to make the various parts of the handle.


Razor head is generally just a fairly simple assembly of altered cube primitives with some sweeping/bevelling as required.


Handle took about 75mins, head another 30mins, so complete in under 2 hours.


Lighting/textures: half an hour using a simpler test scene (just spheres and a ground object) to test materials and HDRI lighting - just used one of the inbuilt HDRI images, shaders are just straightforward in-built textures. First time trying this approach to the 'ground' using an aplha mask to 'dissolve' out... total time 30-40mins, including making the can of shaving foam and a custom texture for that (in PaintShop Pro).


Rendering - LW renderer took a couple of minutes whilst I went to get a drink. No post - too lazy... :o


Overall I'm pretty pleased with it.... nice to actually get some TS done and finished for a change, it's been a while.

Post by transient // Jan 30, 2009, 5:33am

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Sweeney Todd Razor.


The beauty render is just a placeholder in case I don't get the final rendeer finished.
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