Thanks to all who took part on last weekend's "drifting" challenge.
This week I bring you a swimming pool. I modelled and rendered the scene in Blender 3D, and textured it in Adobe Substance Painter. However, it looks far too quiet for a pool party. Can you liven it up ?
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For those that like to get a sense of scale, the pool measures 12 m x 8 m and is 1m deep at the shallow (far) end and 2m at the deep end. The "camera" lens used in rendering is 26mm focal length.
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Average game length - 3 days.
With no pockets I could see it lasting longer than that ! Great idea HothWampa 🙂
Haha yeah. I was going to add rubber rings as the pockets but it looked to crowded. I suppose you could use the rubber ring there so it's like a game of tiddlywinks/pool.
And then the landscapers came...
Nice idea Rafael. You have the perspective spot on and the colour matches well. But can we let a man with your skills get away with that other building reflection in the water ? 🙂
Oops! Good eye, Dave. I blame the landscapers, they were a bit sloppy and they did not clean up after themselves very well. Thank you for the comment!
"Do you want to carpool?" they asked. "Sure," I answered, unsuspecting.
Nice job Jane. It certainley looks like it has been a lively party! 🙂
There's also a good book to read on the table.
I hadn't spotted that - nice touch Jane 🙂
Thanks, Dave ! 🙂
Dean, I glanced through SFTW Part 64 to see if you had posted (you did) and came across this comment from March 2019 that made me do a double-take. I loved the fountain, though — it was perfect!
Here's the link for anyone who wants to look:
Will she fall in or won't she.......?
Slight tweak to the painting.
Great job with the perspective Dean and I do like the painted look on the canvas.
Some nice ideas this week Dave
This brings back memories, Trevor.
Nice one Trevor, I hope they managed to get out OK before your next image though 🙂