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    Impressed folks, looks good.

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    Those look brilliant, I'm well impressed.

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    I don't want to bore people too much with this, but it's possible to throw a few props into the renderer instead of just the main product. Here's a couple of mugs with a box plant and some marshmallows floating in the chocolate ...




    The advantages of this method, over adding backdrops and props in Photoshop, are that the lighting remains the same in the whole image and the props can be moved, resized, re-textured at will.
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    Webtrekker I have to say I am rather impressed with the results you produce there.

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    this one will be in Mug Animator
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    Hi Paul. That's interesting. I couldn't find a 3D model of a spoon mug anywhere so that's why I made my own. Did you make the model yourself?


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