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3D Room Final by emixoO 3D Room Final by emixoO
Betcha didn't know i could model, right? Well, I didn't either! xD Anyways, this is a final for my 3D modeling class.

I used Lightwave for this project (way outdated program, it feels like! No one ever uses it!) but I felt like I learned a lot. I'm no good, but it was still fun. Took forever and a day to render things all the time though!

Please tell me if it's too yellow. Sometimes my monitor mucks up colors like mad, so I can never tell :I

<3
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fichstick100 Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2011
whoa it's amazing,,
it is a bit empty but it must be hard to make such things
the furry carpet looks nice and soft i want to touch it *_*
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PaleFunnyGhost Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2010
It's beautiful. :^) The lighting is great.
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themandikat Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2010
Faaaaancy!!

I like the yellow. It's atmospheric.
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emyfreak Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2010
looks lovely. I'd like to live in a room looking like this one <33
I don't think it's too yellow, besides I like yellow light haha :D
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TwinsS Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2010
Wow i would like to have such a room :) !
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NOISEflow Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
I'm in 3D class as we speak, and I feel as if it looks a bit too much plastic/cardboard like ..
But that's just my opinion
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
haha nah dude, critique is perfectly fine! I see what you mean though. It kind of looks like the room of a dollhouse or something.

Ah well, already turned it in, not much I can do now.
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NOISEflow Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
I never heard of the program that you used actually..
I prefer 3D's Max because it has way more capabilities.
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2010
Yeah it's way outdated. It was used to make stuff like Jimmy Neutron. I do want to try 3D Max and Maya, but maybe another date hahaha
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NOISEflow Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
You should, 3D's Max has so many possebilties, it's just amazing..
You can literally make everything in there. And it's not that hard actuelly,
once you grasp the basics..
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dattebayo-chan Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
this is great!
i could never be able to do anything like that
the colours are fine
it feels relaxing
good job! <3
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Dainisse Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow 3d~ it looks so good : D!! and the light is alright~
I really like the bed c:

I wish I could make 3D models too :c
Btw, what do you study? I'm still in high school and I wanna know some art options (uni) and you seem to enjoy this so far D: ... and looks so fun
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
Haha, I like the bed too. And my plant. I'm really proud of my little plant XD

And you can! Just download a few trials if you can and play around with it. It's very confusing at first, but there are some tutorials out there that can help you. As for art options, it really depends on what college you go to. Some colleges have multiple options while others only allow you to drabble in studio art (which really means you're working on a lot of different types of art, not just specializing in one).

The state college I go to has a lot of options. You can get a B.A. or a B.F.A. and the only difference between the two really is that a student with a B.F.A. has a little bit more art under their belt. Just a little bit. It doesn't really matter though unless you're aiming to be an Art teacher, and even then you'll still have to get your masters, so it still doesn't really matter.

In our school you can major in Illustration (with some animation), Fiber, Metal, Wood, Ceramics, Sculpture, and Art Education. There are some more out there, but you'll have to look into it. I'd recommend just going into the generalized art first so you have a chance to play around with a little bit of everything. You never know when you might like something like Ceramics, or something.

Also, I don't know If I recommend going into art school right away. You have to remember that art school is really expensive and it's only for people who are pretty much dedicated to making art their career and lifelong focus. If you do, then art school might be the place for you. If not, it might be better to go to a cheaper school and major or minor in it.

It really depends on you. You can always change your major at any time, but you also have to remember that changing your major costs money, effort, and wasted time (from all the classes you took before which now don't count towards anything).

Hope that helped!
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Dainisse Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
god I do love your 3D models XD
I'd be really proud if I make that plant too ;;

One time I tried to learn Maya... I made an ice cream cone! LOL
But still, it was so hard XD I guess I need to see more tutorials~

and btw... wow... you just helped me A LOT.
I didn't really know how this whole art school worked; my parents were pushing me to get some info about it... But I think it's better to ask current art students.
I think I'll go for general art at first then a major.
and I'm pretty sure to get into an art school; I've always wanted to study art as a career~

Thank you so much again :heart:
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
Hey man, be proud! It's still better than I could have done when i was your age xD *so old now lol*

I recommend checking out the school too. I wouldn't know what it's personally like in art school, seeing as I'm only in a state university, which is much more casual than an art college. But seriously, before you apply, go check the place out. Ask yourself if you can imagine yourself being there. Check out the dorms. The people.

Another big issue is tuition. Will you be paying for college yourself? Do you need to take on a part time job? Get some loans? Art school tends to be around 30,000 to 50,000 dollars a YEAR with tuition costs rising every year. If you're going to an art school, you need to be financially and personally ready for it.

The other thing is, anime is often looked down on in art schools, I heard. So if you make a portfolio to get accepted, try not to put any kind of anime in it (or at least limit yourself to 1 or 2 if you can't help it). The people overlooking your stuff get bombarded with anime all the time. Instead, concentrate on sending them various life-studies, paintings, crafts, anything that shows that you stand out and that you have a basic knowledge of form and realism. Attend a portfolio review at a local college to get some feedback, or even ask your art teacher. Spend time drawing realism and making black and white value studies. When you're actually in art school, you'll be doing this kind of stuff for the first year all the time. You'll be doing paintings the size of the walls of your room. It'll be fun, but challenging.

And a word of warning: Just because you graduate from an art school doesn't mean you'll get into the art career or even get a job. Like any college, Art school is just a TOOL for you to use. You can graduate, but if you keep to yourself all the time in college, aren't motivated enough, or you make a shitty portfolio out of it, then you've wasted your time and money.

I'm not trying to scare you, but it really is a big decision. Think carefully. I recommend looking at conceptart.org and check out their forum.

Good luck :heart:
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Dainisse Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
LOLOL thanks~ XD

Oh my... so much...
But definitelly, I'll go and check the school, the place, what I need, everything.
I'm also trying to study anatomy and I'm seeing if I can get into drawing classes or something. I've been told anime isn't accepted properly in portfolios (which Im not surprised).

Damn, it scared me a bit; it really sounds changelling but I'm really decided to go for it. I would try to improve the most I can; just to get accepted in an art school XD

Thank you so much, thank you /sobs
You really don't know how much you're helping me D':
:heart:
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
Honestly, looking at your stuff, you'll do fine. You have a good concept of anatomy and clothing and all that jazz. Just make sure to do some studies in everything and I'm sure you'll be accepted.

:hug: You're welcome, bb anytime <3
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Dainisse Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh mai thankss! D: and I'm so glad you think so... srsly :heart:
You just took so much weight off from me ;;
I'll keep studying and practicing harder! oh yeees~

Thank youuuuu so much Emixoo! I really appreciate it ;m;! <33
lol I just keep saying thanks... but really, thank you :heart:
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nhaingen Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
It's as if an Ikea room were sent gliding through the glorious plains of heaven.
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
Alright, you made me laugh xD

But IKEA. AWW that would have been smart to grab an ikea book and look through it for room and chair models. FFF Why didn't I think of that. You're a genius!
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Zphal87 Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
*Imagines Nick and Ellis on that bed...*

*Shakes her head violently*

Oh wait, what? Sorry, kind of just... spaced out there.
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
Nah man, it's all about the rug.
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kapieren Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010  Professional General Artist
This is pretty cool - seems surreal to.
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
It's probably because it looks like the room is floating in the sky xD Thanks bro
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kapieren Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010  Professional General Artist
Welcome! Heh - maybe that is it. But it's a nice effect. Especially since I just got through watching Lovely Bones.
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
oh man, I just watched the trailer to that movie, and it looks so dreamy! Is it as nice as the trailer makes it out to be?
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kapieren Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010  Professional General Artist
I don't know - it's one of those things where it seems as though your mileage will vary.

The concept of the afterlife and the way it is executed is amazing and brilliant. You get an ethereal sense of being with out being preached to and it can be seen anyway one wants.

I don't want to ruin too much, so I'll just say that if you can boot or go to the red box - do that. :)
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emichan8665 Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
looks 'aight ;D
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
aw yeahhh, thanks broseph
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chiraru Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
I like the yellow tint! Its like a sunset... great job!
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heysoohee Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
It does look yellow but not TOO yellow. But idk, it just looks like a sunset?
LOL what am I saying.

Wow, how long does something like this take? It looks really time consuming.
That clock looks pretty cool. wherearethehands
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
IT HAS NO HANDS. BECAUSE TIME DOESN'T EXIST dohohoho

also because i'm lazy and I couldn't find a good clock with hands that pointed near sunset time.

But that's good. I feel like it's uber yellow, but then I look at it long enough and it doesn't at the same time. So i gotcha. Hopefully my teacher likes it >>

and it takes like... days? I spent a couple days making the models and a couple days fiddlin with the lights. I could not for the life of my figure out how to make lights shine through windows hahaa
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heysoohee Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
SOUNDS LIKE MY KIND OF WORLD derp

Wow this sounds... really tough.
But it turned out really good!
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
CAN YOU IMAGINE NO DEADLINES? EVER?

It's really hard to get used to working the 3D way, but after you get used to it, it's not so bad! You should try it out! And thanks <3
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heysoohee Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
WE'D HAVE ALL THE TIME IN THE WORLD TO DO ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.

haha maybe once I have the patience and the programs!
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
that kind of sounds like the afterlife, doesn't it? aww shiii-
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kyuubikun Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
;w;
Its so pretty and modern~ Did you make the models?
I love the set up. Im defiantly one for low bes (I only have a mattress on the floor lol)
The sharp corners bother me though. I feel like I would be covered in bruises by the end of the day.
=w=;;;
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
Ahaha aww thank you <3 And yeah I did. I've done like 3 different beds before I settled on that one. Originally I was gonna go with the twin sized bed like my own, but then it didn't look as cool as teh beds on the floors (also lol floormatress sounds really comfortable though!)

and sorry about the sharp corners xD I saw them too, but then by that time I was already rendering the darn thing. I totally get the bruises thing, because my bed's sharp corners have definitely given me more than enough of those...
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kyuubikun Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
Eh, thats the style now adays.
:>
Done any figure models? These are very impressive. I very much like the lighting.
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
True that, true that.

Unfortunately not. I tried, but man, Lightwave just doesn't like modeling people with me. Maybe in the late future i'll try it out on an actual program like Maya
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kyuubikun Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
I would love to try a 3d modeling program sometime. Must be very difficult.
;w;
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
It is a little hard to get into the hangs of thing at first, not gonna lie, But eventually it gets a little easier! If you have the option of taking a class on Maya or whatever other 3D program is out there, I definitely recommend it bb <3
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kyuubikun Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
*A*
Have you done any animation work with it yet?
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
Nah, not 3D animation. Though I did take an animation class last semester.

I got my very first "C" in college (and C in any art class OTL ) thanks to that class. I'd like to think it contributed to burnout haha

no more animation for me!
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mekisyo Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
wow this looks gorgeous <3 (reminds me of this game i played online)
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
:heart: Thank you! And what kinda game would that be? :>
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mekisyo Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
lol you're welcome! i don't remember exactly but it was an online puzzle game with random objects and hidden switches in a fancy looking room (such as yours:heart:), and you had to solve everything in order to get a key or something...I never figured it out/finished ;-; OTL

I'm assuming the person who created those games, used similar a similar program as yours.. except it was interactive???(can you do that on your program?/asking out of curiosity)
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emixoO Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
OH was it the scary room one? It was called "Green Room" or something and was based on different colors? I remember this being some kind of horror game xD

And i have no idea if I can do interactive on here! I do know that you can animate, but since I only did modeling this semester, I have no idea how to do that >A<;
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mekisyo Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
lmao i just tried to play that right now and failed.
The one i tried before had the same idea so yes you have an idea ;m; omgg i would die in the room if this was IRL... /fetal position

oh! wow i wish i could take your courses T^T sounds so cool~~~
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