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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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    A little bit more experimentation...

    I'm busy working on another range of acrylic desk clocks and, rather than produce a single product shot, I thought I'd try the Turntable Animation feature of my rendering software (Keyshot 6) to produce a short video showing a clock model rotated back and forth through approx 180 degrees. Each frame was only rendered for 2 minutes, so not top quality, but acceptable for testing out.

    https://youtu.be/7EJpO1wMU38

    There seem to be lots of products now advertised with short video clips these days. I could go even further by doing an exploded animation of the main parts and labelling them, together with their main benefits.

    Still WIP! ;-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by webtrekker View Post
    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?
    Yes, All of 3D models was done for Muh Animator. Except, the shoes. those were purchased.
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    Quote Originally Posted by webtrekker View Post
    A little bit more experimentation...

    I'm busy working on another range of acrylic desk clocks and, rather than produce a single product shot, I thought I'd try the Turntable Animation feature of my rendering software (Keyshot 6) to produce a short video showing a clock model rotated back and forth through approx 180 degrees. Each frame was only rendered for 2 minutes, so not top quality, but acceptable for testing out.

    https://youtu.be/7EJpO1wMU38

    There seem to be lots of products now advertised with short video clips these days. I could go even further by doing an exploded animation of the main parts and labelling them, together with their main benefits.

    Still WIP! ;-)
    very nice. I would like to add clocks to MA.

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    Just been having a little more fun with my 3D software.

    I needed a model of the oblong keyrings I have in stock, so had a play around and ended up with this ...



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