I am a rhino3d ART since 2001. Back then, Rhino3d wasn’t as famous as it is now. A lot has changed, but the love for Rhino3d is still the same. This is an image that was commissioned for next year’s education and made into a curriculum. It is a simple scene where models to be made with rhino3d are gathered. It’s not easy Rhino3d still has a lot to learn, but I want to get along well in the future. Merry Christmas~
Your models are always delightful, thanks for sharing!!
Long time no see.I wanted to show the subD model, but there is nothing to show yet. It takes more effort. Thank you so much for always leaving encouraging comments.
Andreas Walther, Thank you so much. Happy Christmas~
Thank you, Great Man of Creative Type! Happy Christmas~
The chocolates look delicious. Super kawaii!
Thank you and best wishes to you and all the forum…
P.S. which renderer did you use?
Very fun modeling & rendering, great job!
I second that, what renderer are you using?
Chocolate may not be good for Our health, but it is definitely lovely. It’s also sure to help boost the work. Thank you diff-arch~
Your kind words are touching us. VRay for Rhino (VRay Next) was used for rendering.
Have a nice Year~ lio
I am very sorry for the late reply. The renderers used are listed above(VRay Next for Rhino). Next time, I will make sure the renderer I used before asking the question is the equator. Thank you Ryan~