Here’s a little test rendering I did the other day, to test out cartoon rendering in 3D max, an effect I will use some day. (If I didn’t have 1:30 of rocketmen episode 3 filmed already then I’d start using cartoon rendering)
As you can see, the results are very slick unfortunately you have to jump through a few hoops to get the shadows to work, and they don’t work 100% the way I’d like them
the textureing looks alot like MAYA which at first is what i thought you were useing in the first place…..
but instead i see that u are useing 3ds max…….
i will be learning how to do that program at itt very shortly…..
and any pointers you might have would be much abliged.
Ah, cell shading. Very nice. No critiques right now, but I may have some later.
I dont have much to say execpt…It looks good. Much like the comics in the lego magazines (I should get a new subscription….havn’t had once since 1995). Now all ya gotta do is create a whole cartoon and et it aired on Saturday mornings.
Question: How long did that take to render in comparison with a normal render of that scene?
That’s cool! Nice and cartoony…
“Z-Studios” wrote: Question: How long did that take to render in comparison with a normal render of that scene?
Slightly longer than a normal render, also it takes FOREVER if you have a really detailed scene. Plus there are some “tricks” involved with getting a cartoon shading look out of the normal renderer, and getting shadows to work.
That looks cool!
Maybe you could add some sorta ‘blooper’ on the end… in the cartoon rendering.
Glad to here that Rocketmen 3 is in production!
I like it a lot, that is the tightest image of two lego spacemen I have ever seen. lol
good job, I would love to see an animation like this someday if that’s at all possible. g’luck mate!
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