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Artwork => Finished Works and Works in Progress => Topic started by: obiwan on April 30, 2010, 12:40:29 am

Title: My tree in action!( not really)
Post by: obiwan on April 30, 2010, 12:40:29 am
Hi anim8ors,
this is the same tree but in the habitat:) Hope you like it:) How do I make the sky pic clearer?? Like it's on pararoma but it's blury:(
 
 Thanks,Ob  


Here's the link:)  

http://dinoinc.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=80441729
Title: Re: My tree in action!( not really)
Post by: DragonSlayer on April 30, 2010, 02:28:18 am
Higher resolution will help to clear it up.
Title: Re: My tree in action!( not really)
Post by: 3Dgeek11 on April 30, 2010, 03:54:17 am
Yeah, you need a higher quality image for your background. Then it should look fine.

Nice tree there. For a beginner, of course. ;) 

I might suggest, adding some branches and adjusting the shape of the leaves, and put one on each branch. And then add some textures. :) Of course, you may not understand all that if you just started, but you'll get it all. =] Any help, just ask. ;)

Also, one thing you should do, and can do now, is, when you render, check the box that says "anti-aliased", and you're render will be more blended.
Keep showing your work! :)
3DGeek
Title: Re: My tree in action!( not really)
Post by: obiwan on May 01, 2010, 02:03:14 am
Thanks guys,
what do you mean by "higher quality" how do I get higher quality?? And I will keep posting my work ;)

~Ob
Title: Re: My tree in action!( not really)
Post by: baxter on May 01, 2010, 02:41:54 am
By higher quality they mean that the image has more pixels(individual dots on your computer screen that make up the whole image) and the higher the pixel count(aka quality or resolution) means you can zoom in closer and keep the detail alot closer in.

And if you take a small resolution picture, and zoom in on it, it seems to get blurrier, but the higher the resolution, the more you can increase its size and keep detail.

I attached an example of a very high quality(over 1080p, which is better than an hdtv's picture, quality)

You should see a substantial difference between the previous sky texture, and this one.

And one way you can always find high quality images from google, is when you click on google images, click advanced search, type in what you want next to the "related to all of the words" section. then below you should see a little drop down box to the right of Size - - - - - - - - Return images that are -, and from the list select large, and click search! and thats all there is to it.
Title: Re: My tree in action!( not really)
Post by: 3Dgeek11 on May 01, 2010, 04:42:35 am
Or you can do this. ;) A bit easier than advanced search.

Keep modeling and showing, obiwan. :D
Title: Re: My tree in action!( not really)
Post by: baxter on May 01, 2010, 02:36:12 pm
Or you can do this. ;) A bit easier than advanced search.

Keep modeling and showing, obiwan. :D

Heh, forgot you could do that, I just got so used to using advanced search a long time ago. But yeah, that way is much simpler.
Title: Re: My tree in action!( not really)
Post by: cooldude234 on May 01, 2010, 10:29:27 pm
LOL, nice tree. It looks like it's from mario brothers. I like it.
Title: Re: My tree in action!( not really)
Post by: 3Dgeek11 on May 01, 2010, 11:32:04 pm
Heh, forgot you could do that, I just got so used to using advanced search a long time ago. But yeah, that way is much simpler.

I know. Some things like that happen to me sometimes, too.

LOL, nice tree. It looks like it's from mario brothers. I like it.

Hehe, it does, doesn't it?
Title: Re: My tree in action!( not really)
Post by: daniel99 on May 02, 2010, 10:28:48 pm
Hmm, I've seen some time ago some loly-pop trees, but they were very realistic made. Wonder if there still are...