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Aperture Science Weighted Storage Cube V2

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Same as my last one [link]
Though I realised Indirect Illumination in vRay was only creating unnecessary noise. I also bumped up the Blue and orange light intensity multipliers.

Aperture Science Weighted Storage Cube.
Modelled in 3Ds Max 2012, rendered with vRay
and Edited post render in Photoshop CS5

Check out the video animation ...
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turb0n3rz's avatar
you should check my cubes out :)
alexdarkred's avatar
ahh yeah, your hex cube was already in my favorites. You have some awesome models bro!
turb0n3rz's avatar
oh yeh thanks :)

im really trying to make the transition to photo-realisic renders :)

hopefully pretty soon im going to try to make a aperature-like scene with the cubes
alexdarkred's avatar
Yeah, same! I've been trying to learn the best ways of rendering with vRay recently.
I HAVE made an aperture-like scene with cubes :P [link]

Good luck with it!
turb0n3rz's avatar
thanks :)

my scene will be a little lit up lolz

im hoping to make a scene where the pivot[laser/refraction] cube is in the process of cutting something in half :)
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Together out cubes will rule aperture and the world
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is it odd that i like the Storage Cube better then the Companion Cube?
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they are over rated, heck the only reson they made the Companion Cube was cuz the play tester where morons
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You're welcome. :)
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