This blog shows the work I have created using computer graphics. It encompasses 3D modeling, animations, simulations, 3D renders and other CGI creations.

Your Move...

Today I present a brand new render that I have been working on. In this scene I have created a game of chess that is currently in progress. I have experimented with this picture by using some graphical techniques that I have never tried before, including depth of field on the camera view, subsurf scattering on the chess pieces creating a slightly translucent effect and composite materials on the marble chess board.

Your Move...

In an upcoming post, I will create another render of this scene using glass chess pieces.

10 comments:

Kloggers/Polly said...

I particularly like this new render - the pieces look as though you could actually pick them up. Brilliant!

Jan from BetterSpines said...

Beautiful work. Well presented and most attractive. They certainly seem real.

Anna said...

Wonderful job. I like the marble effect the best.

Jed and Vit said...

Nice job especially with the textures! Most of the pieces already look picture perfect and realistic!

Shinade aka Jackie said...

I love this one and can't wait for the glass.

Noreena said...

That's really quite lovely. It's very realistic and it looks as though you could reach in and move your piece. Job well done.

Ann said...

Very well done. Looking forward to seeing the glass effect

Adrian said...

Very nicely done, the depth of field works well and is often something missed when creating realistic renders, it also draws the focus to a particular part of the board which is important with any image.

Bret said...

Nice job. What program do you use? Maya? If so, do you just use a variation of C?

Abhinav Rastogi said...

awesome!!