August 8, 2018 10:55pm
Nice work! That toon shader really works well.
Just a quick look at my wip on building up and populating my scene..not gotten far since 2.8 is being cranky. Next project I will be using 2.79!
ggolden-kitty It gets better every time I see it, I like these color choices fits the cartoony theme 😁
ggolden-kitty Looking good colored. What kind of crankiness is 2.8 blessing you with?
Great colors! How fun!
theluthier Welp it didn't like my plants the morning, would crash every time I tried to move them. Sooo I had to move the scene around the plants :(. Then later in the day it decided to despise my urchin instead:/ I then could move my plants but not the urchin....finally I was able to select the urchin and delete it..now all is well and I have a new urcin lolz ..spanks blender..:D
Made some jellyfish using nerbs circles..using 2.7 to model in now and just appending it into 2.8 fyi :D
Updated wip...slowly but surely XD
ggolden-kitty My oh my more beautiful every day! the anchor is a bit difficult to see.. but it's definitely improved since the last one, looking great! 😄
smurfmier1985 Haha tx Miranda I thought the same thing about the anchor. It is not there by choice, blender says it stays in that spot for now :D I had to move it back because the plants where going through it...and I can't move the plants or it crashes....grrrrrr. Tx for the compliments btw :)!!!
I wonder when you first began it seems that the tentacle was going after the turtle, now the turtle has a tentacle and a shark going after it!? Just kidding, your scene is amazing!
ggolden-kitty I feel your pain, blender just crashed on me when just adding a new material, grrr indeed!!
smurfmier1985 Urgh grabs pitch forks, hands one to Miranda ;D
ggolden-kitty This looks so cool! Something I would use as Desktop Background, well done! :D
ggolden-kitty What a fantastic render is that! Your Week1 submission was also nice but this one is at least two-three levels higher, first of all wonderful details there on the models and that is greatly presented in the composition