Thursday, November 6, 2008

Towards hyperrealism

Some of you, should remember the "Amazing LEGO TECHNIC raytraced images" post, almost one year ago.
Today, Nannan from TBB, found at Flickr a forlder from Ernesto Carrillo, with tons of digital renders. Many of them from TECHNIC models or MOCs.

Not yet like this, but a good step towards hyper realistic renders, I would say.

Click on each image to see them in full size and detail.

See more, at Ernesto's folder.
Wish, I would know to render like this, or find the time learn...

Meanwhile went to the Dimitri Burakov's folder at BS (also mentioned above), for a better look to this Lithuanian talented renderer work, and found he also has some amazing renders for LEGO TECHNIC models.
See a few examples below.

Click on each image to see them in full size and detail.

Last Update: 2008.Nov.07 00:48 GMT


AVCampos said...

There's a lot of other excellent renders at Koyan's Brickshelf folder, and it even has a tutorial!

Conchas said...

But Koyan, was one of the highlighted in the post mentioned from one year ago. ;)

pe-ads said...

Pretty real! But you should have seen the one on Brothers-Brick! I thought it was a photo, it was that real.


Conchas said...

I've seen!
That was one of the reasons, I wrote this post.
In fact there is also a link to the TBB post you mentioned in the text.

AVCampos said...

Yeah, you're right... forgetful me! Duh!

Pe-ads said...

Oops, sorry! These ones are better being seen on a Mac, rather than the PC (with rubbish graphics card) that I saw them on before. Perhaps, one day, pictures will look more than realistic! :-P


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