I found this article helpful in creating realistic glass, I only used the basic settings but it is definitely something worth revisiting.
Monroig, A. (2013).
Create Realistic Glass and Caustics in Maya: Part 2.Available: http://cgi.tutsplus.com/tutorials/create-realistic-glass-and-caustics-in-maya-part-2–cg-30722. Last accessed 28th Jul 2015.
This is the third time that I am going to try and model this boxing glove.
This managed to sneak into my “
Bantry Banter- 15/07/15 & 17/07/15” post. A little doodle that I did when I was attending the West Cork Literary Festival.
This was my ICT A-Level folder, so at least it makes a little but of sense. I probably need to go over the keyboard at the top since its worn away.
Again, with a disturbing English folder. I think this one was Language and Gender, though.
I put this on the back of my English folder at GCSE- strange how all my English drawings are rather spooky, but there you go. It was rather tedious putting the Tipex onto the plastic, but it looks well I think. (Good contrast with the teddy bear sheet anyway).
I sketched this when I was studying Language Acquisition at A-Level. How a demented demonic baby is related to reading I don’t know, but my English teacher was impressed.
What a difference a little bit of sun makes.