michiel | 9 months ago | 6 comments | 11 likes | 807 views
An invitation template based on the glasses from Komies' Dinner show:
To make sure the template loads fast and runs in realtime on an average PC, I limited the number of layers to 22.
Cool show, thank you Michiel!
LostBoyz, 9 months ago
Very beautiful. I like the sparkling glass of wine.
Thank you, Michiel.
Ulli, 9 months ago
Nice to see that a almost 6 year old show can still be used and helpful to others.
It was a Techdemo to push BluffTitler Limits with the then new features Mirror Layer, and Cubemap Layer. It is great to see that BluffTitler is still getting new features and can still surprise me.
I made the tables layout in a paint program saved it as .PNG (transparant) and made an .Eps out of it and that would be the Thick Tabletops, then I used this same Eps as a Mirror Layer Thin Layer and made the size fit and placed it just above the Thick Tabletops.
Since there are no moving parts in the scene and table setting, I would now use just a image as Reflection/cubemap made with the VR 360 Layer.
You can download this TechDemo here: www.outerspace-software.com...
It is a 1300+ layer show with alot of effects so before you open set BluffTitler in Low Quality.
There are many more lessons in my Downloadable shows for you to find and figure out: www.outerspace-software.com...
And a SHOUTOUT to
from his shows I learned to make 3d Models out of Eps with the Revolved Style that where drawn in a paint app, now I would use Bixelangelo to get cleaner edges en curves.
komies, 9 months ago
Nice ! Tchin Tchin ? ? Thank you Alex, i remember these revolved eps flowers I had been the first to be blown away by the result of the displacement, i think the results can be greater since HQ revolving have 64 faces.
vincent, 9 months ago
Great ! Thanks everyone!
Alex-Raymond T., 9 months ago
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.
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