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michiel | a year ago | 11 comments | 12 likes | 915 views

Ulli, komies, ID Production and 9 others like this!

Tomorrow is kingsday in The Netherlands.

Normally this looks like this:
www.expatica.com...

Due to the Corona crisis it is going to be a very different experience ?

To create the crunchy surface of the bitterballen (a Dutch meat snack) I started experimenting with displacementmaps and normalmaps, but ended up using a particle layer. I think the result looks very tasty, even for a vegetarian like me ??

Notice the subtle shadow of the waving flag on the text. I had to use shadow maps to get this right.


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Thank you Michiel for the expatica link, and also multimedia, of course.
And Happy King's Day to all the inhabitants of the Netherlands!

Alex-Raymond T., a year ago


Happy King's Day t Netherlands! Thank you! Michiel! :)

LostBoyz, a year ago


Thank you! Great Michelle!

liuyongcai, a year ago


Muy bien michiel y Gracias

persiana, a year ago


Wat, geen oranje bitter bal?

komies, a year ago


Happy King's Day

ID Production, a year ago


Thank you all ?!

michiel, a year ago


Love your show Michiel: Happy Birthday Willem!

Used parts of the show: 10years_treats_box.bt

Filip, a year ago


Michiel and Filip, your shows are wonderful!
Thank you for sharing, Michiel.

Here is my Video for this day.
Voor mijn lieve BT vrienden uit Nederland - Een vrolijke Koningsdag!

Made with BluffTitler, BixPack 28 and an 3D model.

www.outerspace-software.com...

Font: www.dafont.com...

Sorry for the bad image quality. ☹
This is due to YouTube.

Ulli, a year ago


Thnx Ulli!

Filip, a year ago


Wonderful show Ulli! Thank you!!!

michiel, a year ago


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Michiel den Outer is the founder and lead coder of Outerspace Software. He lives in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

If he isn't busy improving BluffTitler, he is playing the piano or rides the Dutch dikes on his bikes.

Contact michiel by using the comment form on this page or at info@outerspace-software.com