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r-kelleg
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Posted: 06/10/2004 at 10:55am | IP Logged Quote r-kelleg







Edited by r-kelleg on 06/10/2004 at 10:55am
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Posted: 06/10/2004 at 11:14am | IP Logged Quote shadowchaser

AMAZING! Cool Work!
Please don't get the next thing wrong there's just one thing that's been said before: Think modular!
It would have been sufficient to just make the tables, the candelabra (is that the right word?), the mugs and the placesetting seperately so you could combinate them as needed, and not have to create a differently laid table.

Again, it's great work and I wish I could do something like that myself.

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Posted: 06/10/2004 at 11:16am | IP Logged Quote Gelew

Superb ! I only wonder if you could post them without the shadow effect - It looks funny when you rotate them - shadow from different angles - otherwise they are great, great work Keep it up!
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Posted: 06/10/2004 at 11:24am | IP Logged Quote r-kelleg

thanx for the comments. In fact I made them 4 an other mapping software but they can easily be used here.
I will post them in their modular version with no shadows :-)
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Posted: 06/10/2004 at 7:12pm | IP Logged Quote Tadow

Good job,

The first thing I did was go through mapx and start editing objects from there. Good job with the sizing.
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Posted: 06/10/2004 at 10:41pm | IP Logged Quote SikSavant

Please don't elminate the drop shadow completely. Rather mimick what Fluid has done: an omnidirectional shadow. The complete absence of a shadow will make the artwork appear flat as the floor.
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Posted: 06/11/2004 at 7:01am | IP Logged Quote r-kelleg

what about this ?






(tables will be posted in a "inn" thread

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Are these available for our free and unlimited use, including commercial? I'll add them either way, but Im starting to segment the art down into folders so I know what I can use professionally and what I cannot. I like the look of these, keep up the good work.

Wylie

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Posted: 06/11/2004 at 7:24am | IP Logged Quote alfblack

How.. what does omnidirectional shadow mean? would it be like a soft shadow 360 degrees?

Any particular object I can check out to see what you mean? :)
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Posted: 06/11/2004 at 8:37am | IP Logged Quote shadowchaser

Great!
I was nagging so I have to reply and say: 'Thank you' don't I?


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Posted: 06/11/2004 at 11:48am | IP Logged Quote SikSavant

alfblack wrote:
How.. what does omnidirectional shadow mean? would it be like a soft shadow 360 degrees?

Any particular object I can check out to see what you mean? :)


You've got it. The shadow just offsets the art from the flooring. Stamp any of the Fluid art objects into a blank map to see the drop shadow strategy they used. The shadow reminds me of OSX's window shadow.
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Posted: 06/11/2004 at 12:27pm | IP Logged Quote prcrash

If you use a 3d program for your art, you can get premade lighting setups for omni directional lights (or a dome light setup) where you have a lots of low intensity lights, setup in a dome shape above the object. It gives whatever object you're rendering that soft difused shadow the art department in dundjinni was able to acomplish. Another workaround, use photoshop's drop shadow layer style with 0 distance and about 10 to 15 pixel spread. That gives you a nice diffused shadow, but it might not look well with the object you are using (depending on the light setup used on the image)...
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Posted: 06/11/2004 at 6:26pm | IP Logged Quote alfblack

Thx ppl! especially to prcrash for the techiniacal explanation on how to do it. :)
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Posted: 06/14/2004 at 12:38am | IP Logged Quote r-kelleg

WylieGoatee wrote:
Are these available for our free and unlimited use, including commercial? I'll add them either way, but Im starting to segment the art down into folders so I know what I can use professionally and what I cannot. I like the look of these, keep up the good work.

Wylie


They are free for use. In a commercial product I would simply ask you to gives me the credits you can both gives them to r-kelleg or to Frederic "r-kelleg" Simons :-) and that's all

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Posted: 06/14/2004 at 12:46am | IP Logged Quote r-kelleg

I knew I forgot something
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Posted: 08/09/2005 at 7:49am | IP Logged Quote ntietz

Could I have these in a zip file please? They're great!
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Posted: 08/10/2005 at 7:01am | IP Logged Quote tristan_twksbry

ntietz wrote:
Could I have these in a zip file please? They're great!

These are also in one of the user art packs. I would start there and play with right-clicks to see what is really in the packs. The cover objects are more than they appear to be

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Posted: 08/15/2005 at 7:37am | IP Logged Quote raalynthslair

Here is a zip file I made of basic image captures from the thread. The file is just under 1MB in size.


http://www.raalynthslair.com/fantasyobjects.zip

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Posted: 08/01/2006 at 8:25am | IP Logged Quote englishkid

I know im late to the thread, but i was missing the other three books so i went into Photoshop with the bookcase and made this:


it doesn't have any dropshadow...i dont know how to do it(i'm about to look for a tutorial and try it) tell me what you think
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Posted: 11/26/2007 at 4:57am | IP Logged Quote jazzon

I realize that this thread is old, ( I usually dont replay to them this far back) but good art is good art..


Thanks r-kelleg
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