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Hungry Computer


So I’ve finished the tutorial, and here are the final images. The first is without the sky and the other is with the sky (as you can clearly see). I have added some indoor lighting and from using my own expertise and knowledge, added the sky to my own accord. I am very happy with my model and I suggest you look up this guy at www.blenderguru.com if you are trying to get used to blender. You need to know basics for tutorial but otherwise, it’s great!

What I found out in this tutorial: Lighting and detail of the model makes ALL the difference to the finished render. The top of the building which was more detailed and had more textures looked much better than the bottom bit which was just a cube, modified. You need bounce lighting, so a lamp shining up and some other lamps just to light up the building a bit more and of course, one main light is needed (as the sun).



Hungry Computer
I have reached the second part of the tutorial, and it is showing me how to light my scene in a realistic and effective way. If you look at the top part of the render, you’ll see it has a great realism to it and looks really superb. The bottom bit needs a bit of work, as it doesn’t look too good, but the model’s really coming along! I hope to complete it!

I have reached the second part of the tutorial, and it is showing me how to light my scene in a realistic and effective way. If you look at the top part of the render, you’ll see it has a great realism to it and looks really superb. The bottom bit needs a bit of work, as it doesn’t look too good, but the model’s really coming along! I hope to complete it!



Hungry Computer


I was looking around for tutorials, and found an amazing guy who made really cool tutorials. His site is www.blenderguru.com and on his site you’ll find loadsa tutorials varying from nature to architecture. I looked at the ‘high rise’ tutorial to make a tower block type model using arrays and mirrors. I still have to finish the tutorial and add materials etc, but I have learnt loads through this tutorial. Keep an eye out for the finished tower!