March 10, 2010

more rendering tests



Composed 20 new pages today for DRIVE, 42 last week. Not quite ready for prime-time viewing yet so in the meantime here are a couple of rendering tests I did a few days ago.

11 comments:

Sparth said...

ooohhh. second piece is awesome, scott! super tight rendering, it clearly puts the eye in the scene!

Annis Naeem said...

Love the second one scott. The wheels are awesomee.

Worg said...

Mr. Robertson, I just want to let you know how much I've enjoyed your DVDs. Great delivery, amazing and original techniques and artistic skill that makes me want to grind my hands off on a belt sander. Really amazing.

I wanna see another DVD from you soon. Also you, Mr. Sparth.

Aseph One said...

Man this is going to be an awesome book can wait to get my hands on it lol. Great work indeed!

mindzeye said...

Are you using modo to model and render?

Jason Scheier said...

Outstanding renderings Scott!! Thanks for sharing! :)
-jason s-

Daniel Xiao said...

These last few posts have been inspiring! I'm really looking forward to see what you have in store for the future, Scott!

Mike Sekowski said...

Your designs have translated into 3D so incredibly well. Now why can't I ever see something like this at the autoshow? Great work and anxious for the book!

scoro said...

Thanks All.

Worg, please keep your hands! I do have another lecture done on the styling of vehicles. Just trying to figure out how best to release it.

mindzeye, yes modo for modeling and rendering. Plus a little Photoshop here and there to make up for lack of modeling skills.

Daniel, thanks, me too.

MIke, Thanks, but my vehicles are definitely for the virtual world. Most real car companies have to much at stake, and too many voices in the room to take the type of styling chances presented here which will always drive their styling choices to the middle.

HUNT DOUGHERTY said...

great concepts, looking forward to the book coming out.

scoro said...

HUNT DOUGHERTY,
Thanks, now it is turning into real work!
Hope to be ready for press by mid June and book here by November.