SubD gummi bears ... and squid


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Can I chew it…

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I wouldn’t recommend it, too much artificial additives :wink:

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Fantastic!!

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some like them sugared: 150k grains of sugar added.

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what rendering program?

@Gijs mentioned V-Ray in tags. So it could be V-Ray.

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yes, all were rendered in V-Ray

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If it’s sour sugar, it’s for me!

Good job!

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Any chance you would do a tutorial on this. I just got so hungry scrolling…

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Hi @kyro7832, what would you need a tutorial for, the subd part or the rendering part?

Both would be awesome. I would just like to have some more solid sub D skills under my belt, and that sugar looks so cool.

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Beautiful renders!

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you master rendering and materials in impressive ways.
very good work. !

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If you could explain how you rendered the sugar/smooth transition between gel colors before you added the sugar that would be awesome! Off the top of my head I could see making the color by doing multiple renders and then compositing them in photoshop but if you know a way to do this directly with Vray that would be cool to know about.

I used Vrays built in gradient texture for this, but a normal image would also work of course. Applied as planar map. No need for ps

Amazing work… i would to improve my skills with subD… So if any chance make toturial for will be great to help… Thank you very much, Lukas

These are great fun!

I’ve just today upgraded to V7 and look forward to playing around with some shapes in SubD.