Deep Sea Creature Challenge
My First Thread/Challenge
This is my first Thread. Yay!
As a start to my thread releases i would firstly like to put forward a challenge to all those that will be interested.
My challenge is called: "Deep Sea Creature Challenge".
I encourage all to use their imagination and i guarantee this will be very interesting and fun.
Your challenge is either to modify an existing deep sea creature or create your own. I will announce a winner after the 31st August.
The challenge starts the minute you read this post. Have fun.
Not many, but no bright colours, remember this is a deep sea creature challenge, so there will not be many colourful fish or other things down in the deep. Wether your creature be kind or evil, NO colourful creatures, (please).
And Remember to use your imaginations!!!
-CHALLENGE ENDS AUGUST 31ST-
(Examples of Some Deep Sea Fish/Creatures.)
R u givin away that last images.. blue electron microsope style material, and light setup.. id use it
Thankyou for participating in my challenge.
Your piece is great.
I'm glasd my challenge did not go unnoticed :P
Very keen work on that deep water fish. What kind of materials did you end up using on the colored render?
Hi everybody, thanks for your replies.
Regarding the materials, i modified the toyplastic for the fish body (degrading some of the plastic look and adding some noise in it), and created a new material (very simple) for the transparent tails and fins.
Hope to see more interesting challenges coming up!
Sorry for my bad english ...
One question; How did you manage to make it look like a merky underwater place???
"Message From Thread Host"
Congratulations to all of you who have attempted the challenge; and may I say all of your models are fantastic!
Keep up the stuff and I look forward to seeing more posts from all of you in the future.
The final rendering in Maya/MR. Well, it's dark down there.
Heres my deep sea creature.
Last edited by argonaut; 10-30-05 at 06:28 AM.
Reason: Image posted
... sometimes soon, someone will post a totally black picture in this thread... pretexting that there's no light in the deap sea. ... and asking comments on the modeling. I didn't have the guts to do it myself.