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23 Jun 2024 05:10:44 EDT (-0400)
  Modelling a Sumerian vase  
From: Thomas de Groot
Date: 24 May 2023 11:24:20
Message: <646e2c24@news.povray.org>
Following my discussion with Mike Miller, I thought I could reveal some 
current WIP I am slowly working on (time permitting) for the last couple 
of months.

I am using Silo to model a 5000 years old (reconstructed) Sumerian vase, 
including the uv-mapped designs, which are done in Gimp. The vase model 
is processed through Poseray to POV-Ray geometry and material files.

The first modelling stage concerns an essentially "brand-new" vase which 
I intend, through successive further stages later on, to "erode" and 
"degrade" gradually to something well-worn and -used, to possibly discarded.

Below are two different scenes including the vase at its current state. 
One is a "three-point studio lighted" scene (which follows its own 
development btw); the other is an exclusively hdr-lighted scene.

Still much to do obviously! :-)

-- 
Thomas


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