31-Dec-2014

Dining Room

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This is the last 3D design for 2014. There is more to do for this creation ... there is always more to do. I can always go back and redo and/or expand upon my creations.

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One particular challenge in this design is the see-through curtain. I'm not sure that I have all the tehnicalities sorted out, however, it is sufficient and good enough for this scene, for now.

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I was inspired to do this 3D design while looking at a 2015 calendar. As I watch TV and movies, I examine scenes for lighting, composition and visual appeal. There are more ideas and inspiration for 3D creations than I have time and ability to do. I pick my spots. I do what I can. I learn as I go. Maybe someday, 3D designs can be completed as quickly as I can write these words.

Feb 12th, 2015 update: Inspired by the beautiful model, I rearranged the dining room to accommodate the portrait.

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Feb 16th, 2015 update: Inspired by the beautiful girl with a camera, I rearranged the dining room to accommodate the portrait.

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Feb 18th, 2015 update: Inspired by the beautiful girl with a tattoo, I rearranged the dining room to accommodate the portrait.

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Mar 8th, 2015 update: Motivated by Kate Upton's zero-gravity photo shoot (Sports Illustrated), I added two portraits to my dining room collection.

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