This started out just as an exercise modeling the spectacles resting on a
rough-hewn wooden desk, but I kept finding things in my office that were
interesting to try and model. Now it looks like what I wish my home office
I have my own macros for creating weathered wood, but I wanted to try out the
The bricks are updated a bit from previous images I have posted.
The rightmost book is a model of a leather-bound, boxed version of the "Lord of
the Rings". The "History of Western Music" binder was hand-created with text
intersecting with the binding object. The "Choral Arranging" cover is an
I found the bourbon decanter online and wish I really had one. It is created by
taking a hot glass bottle and pressing it inside of a hollowed out log. My
model is an isosurface using a wood pigment function to add the creases.
The calendar is hand-constructed from text objects, but the musical score is an
image-map. I created some macros for the wrinkled paper.
If I go away for a long weekend I'll bump the radiosity settings up even higher,
and add in some focal blur. For now, I've about exhausted the subject matter,
so on to something new.
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