The 1905 Circa Perambulator 3D model made by Hypnagogia which I have used in the "High Society" scene further down here, I have modified into a stroller style pram with umbrella and footrest. Unfortunately some parts of the model can't be ungrouped and therefore not be textured the way I would love to! The umbrella and handle are models I got over at the Google Sketchup Warehouse. For the modification I had to take the model into Hexagon 2.5. The scene as seen here is done in Bryce 7.
Pram to the left is the original from Hypnagogia which textures beautifully! You can download his model at ShareCG.com
For the "High Society" render I have used SketchUp building models from (1) here and (2) here .
Both the prams, 1905 Circa Perambulator (Pram) by Hypnagogia and "very old pram" by Jacky Tessier are available from ShareCG.com (currently there are problems to log in to ShareCG, hopefully the site will be back on again soon!). Both the Genesis 2 Females are dressed in "Roaring Twenties" clothing by Wilmap available on her site here . These clothing originally made to fit Genesis. The streets are from a product called "City Roads" from Daz3D.
I have struggled quite a bit to add more lighting inside of the tea room as originally it was too dark to see anything inside! It is a fully furnished building which make this a wonderful model to work with as one can do interiors as well. :)
I have quickly done a test render today with a lovely vintage perambulator (pram) done by Mark aka Hypnagogia he shares at ShareCG.com. The scene is done in Bryce 7. Some strange reflections in the windows but this is only a test render. Even Genesis female is not dressed correctly, needs some vintage clothing to go with the scene but all in good time! :)
The street scene is part of a product called "Le Faubourg".
After seeking for help in the Daz3D Forums I have managed to start learning to do clothing. The people who have helped me are Patience55 (Catherine), Roygee (Roy) and Ben. Catherine and Roy helped me with Hexagon 2 and Ben with Daz Studio. Roy made the helmet and taught me how to make the glasses screen part. Roy also made a zipper but not really noticeable on the images and also taught me on how to make a zipper myself! Catherine taught me how to cut the mesh (model) to form the cyclist style jersey and wetsuit. Ben taught me how to add wind blow morphs to the jersey with the d-form plugin in Daz Studio. The gloves, socks and shoes are made by Wilmap (Wendy) for another cyclist clothing outfit. The bicycle is a freebie I got on the web. The road is made by Fictionalromance called "Dirt Road" with paved road texture add-on, both available for free at ShareCG.com
I still have to work on the "poke-through" which appears on the jersey. The scene render is done in Bryce 7.
I have done a 3D render which is not quite finished.
In the render "Google Valley Shopping Mall" all the models used are from SketchUp, except the human characters which is the "Genesis" figure base from Daz3D (Daz Studio 4.6). I have used only 1 shop building in the scene which I have copied, moved around and pasted to simulate more buildings to form a shop mall. To the far right I have used a bowling building model and also added a motorbike with sidecar/small rooftop to the parking lot.
It is a long time that I have published anything here but today I have decided to give it a try and built this shop cabinet in Bryce 7.1, including the fabric roll. All the textures I have used is part of Bryce itself. This was not an easy task as I have never modelled anything before! And I have also find out the hard way that Bryce is not a true model building program. I can't export this as an .obj model for others to use - only in Bryce format! :((
BRYCE users only, sorry! You can download the Bryce model from here:
Here is another set of PSP icing tubes. I haven't colorized the white icing tubes but I am sure that you should be able to do that manually within Paint Shop Pro when you open the tube on a transparent layer. After colorizing you can export it back to your picture tubes folder, rename it with the new colour or whatever you want to name it. Remember to rename it anyway otherwise you will overwrite the existing white tube you worked on in the folder! Well, I suppose this could happen, huh!
If you play around with the icing tube settings and combine tubes as I did you would be able to get a multitude of various possibilities. I hope you like these tubes. Please do leave comments here or at 4shared. Many people take goodies but never say thanks ... and then one will never know what most people think of your work. On 1 item alone there was a count of more than a 1000 downloads at 4shared but only a very few commented. Thank you for those that do comment. :))