Author Topic: Materialize Contest: Sergey Isaev  (Read 9853 times)

Hi everyone, hope you all having fun!

I'm going to try this:

https://www.instagram.com/p/BRGqyDAhCo2/?taken-by=mattershots

A challenging one but that's what makes it funny.
Last Edit: November 05, 2017, 12:50:34 pm

Hi everyone, hope you all having fun!

I'm going to try this:

https://www.instagram.com/p/BRGqyDAhCo2/?taken-by=mattershots

A challenging one but that's what makes it funny.

nice one. That would be a heavy graph I guess, because 6y*6x tiles that look absolutely different it's a challenging task)

Yeah, for sure. My goal is to get a decent balance between a light graph for a good tweaking experience and randomness.
Last Edit: November 05, 2017, 07:13:38 pm

Hi everyone, finally I decided to switch to this one:
https://www.instagram.com/p/BRSbPdtBX_N/?taken-by=mattershots

Here is my WIP:



Still have to polish a little bit and work on the tweakable parameters, feel free to comment  ;)

Looking very strong so far, can't wait to see more.  :)

Looking very strong so far, can't wait to see more.  :)

Thank you!  :D

An update:



I tried to get that metallic-like reflections on the edges without result, I think bacause of the lighting setup limitations inside SD, add metallic is not an option since is a dielectric material. I researched about this finishing and visited the manufacturer's  website and looks like that reflections are coming from the that specific studio's lighting setup.

First parameter:


Hi everyone! Here is my final submision stuff:

Original Mattershots reference:



My version:



Tiles Version:



I decided to create a varnished  version as one of the parameters:





And a natural chiseled wood version that also works for the edges wear parameter:



The parameters:



I had a very short time for this contest but enjoyed it so much! and learned a lot. Also has been really cool to share this experience with people who have the same problem as me  ;D

Nice work, you've definitely captured the shapes and the cracks accurately. Good luck!

Nice work, you've definitely captured the shapes and the cracks accurately. Good luck!

Thank you! Good luck for you too ;)

wow , i like this material, I'd love to add it in library.  :)

Top job.  The presentation is very clear.
matthew grimaldi architect

Top job.  The presentation is very clear.
wow , i like this material, I'd love to add it in library.  :)

Thanks!

Awesome work! Varnish looks like a chocolate) om nom nom)