René Aigner's Sketchbook
Wow dude! The texturing on that last piece is awesome! I love the tarnishing and the liquid. Looking forward to more :).

“Today, give a stranger one of your smiles. It might be the only sunshine he sees all day.” -- H. Jackson Brown Jr.

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Thanks! Finalized the rifle concept:

[Image: moi_gun_5.jpg]

[Image: moi_gun_6.jpg]

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Been very busy with work lately (and was sick for two weeks...), here's some stuff:

[Image: yggdrasil_final.jpg]

[Image: island_4.jpg]

[Image: oldhands_1.jpg]

Some 3D experimentation (displacement textures in octane):

[Image: octandafuq3.jpg]

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That 3d rock looks cool. How long does it take to create such thing? Do you know if it's possible to make such stuff in Blender?

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None of the rock is modeled. It's just a donut shape. The displacement texture does all the work for you.
I got those particular textures here: http://real-displacement-textures.com/

WIP:
[Image: harbour_1.jpg]

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Awesome stuff man - the skin texture on those hands is amazing!

And those displacement textures look really good too.

Looking forward to more!

@Piotr: Blender has a displacement textures feature - so you could do something like that with it in theory.

“Today, give a stranger one of your smiles. It might be the only sunshine he sees all day.” -- H. Jackson Brown Jr.

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Thanks a lot!

[Image: harbour_2a.jpg]

[Image: harbour_2b.jpg]

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That village is awesome. Funny thing I'm just listening to some viking music.

So did you use these displacement texture in this one too? Basically you make a blob shape and apply a texture and that's it?

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When it comes to the rocks, yes, that's basically it. The houses are of corse modelled seperatedly.


This is done now:

[Image: island_final.jpg]

[Image: ship_final.jpg]

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I think I haven't painted anything without a 3D base or photo elements in over six months. So I slipped in a quick oldschool portrait study and had some fun with edges.


[Image: blgrstd1.jpg]

[Image: blgrstd1b.jpg]

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That portrait is beautiful. The edges look great and really controlled.

I really like how you're not afraid to draw anything and you have a variety of different subjects in your sketchbook. Very inspiring work.
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