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  1. #71

    Default Re: Modern setting

    I think it would depend on how close/far away the light source is AND what is casting the light, i.e. a window or a lamp. How intense is the light?
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    Default Re: Modern setting

    You raise some good points Ron. Still I hold by my previous statement.
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    Default Low-poly chick

    Just more practice making stuff "Minimalist", low polygon-style.

    I did cheat a little, and ran an upside-down copy of the chick through a Wave filter, to get a good distortion effect.

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  4. #74

    Default Re: Low-poly chick

    Quote Originally Posted by Gare View Post
    Just more practice making stuff "Minimalist", low polygon-style.

    I did cheat a little, and ran an upside-down copy of the chick through a Wave filter, to get a good distortion effect.

    Click image for larger version. 

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    Terrific!
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    Default Re: Low-poly chick

    Quote Originally Posted by Gare View Post
    Just more practice making stuff "Minimalist", low polygon-style.

    I did cheat a little, and ran an upside-down copy of the chick through a Wave filter, to get a good distortion effect.

    Click image for larger version. 

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    I love it Gare.
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    Default Re: Modern setting

    OK Ron, I'll amend my other statement about shadows, The Darkest would be where the legs of the table touch the floor after that I believe they would stay relatively sharp and get lighter but not much ,and more blurred, the further away from the casting object they get. I do not believe the light source would have much to do with it although it might. Careful observation would be in order. It would also depend on how close the casting object is to the surface being cast on.
    Ah well, so much to ponder.
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    Default Re: Low-poly chick

    Quote Originally Posted by Gare View Post
    Just more practice making stuff "Minimalist", low polygon-style.

    I did cheat a little, and ran an upside-down copy of the chick through a Wave filter, to get a good distortion effect.

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Chick.jpg 
Views:	27 
Size:	23.0 KB 
ID:	122725


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    I'm curious about the wave filter Gare. What is it and is it part of Xara?
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    Default Re: Low-poly chick

    Hi Larry—

    Sorry for my vagueness.

    FX->File->Deformation filters->Even Waves.

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    Default Re: Low-poly chick

    Amazing as always, Gare.

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    Default Re: Low-poly chick

    Quote Originally Posted by Gare View Post
    Hi Larry—

    Sorry for my vagueness.

    FX->File->Deformation filters->Even Waves.

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    Sorry Gare, I should have been more specific, I was wondering about the faceted bird not the reflection.
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