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Jeep CJ-7 - with Volumetrik Light
A Jeep CJ-7. Rendered and modeled in 3D Imagine. The object is rendered with Light Dome. The paint has a Fresnel effect. As I have produced the light is explained in the screenshot.

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Album name:My Imagine3D Album
Submitted by:Marabufx  
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Posted: 2016/4/15 7:16  Updated: 2016/4/15 7:16
Joined: 2004/4/3
From: Stockholm, Sweden.
Posts: 2453
 Re: Jeep CJ-7 - with Volumetrik Light
Friggin great :)
Love seeing great stuff doen with this old product
Posted: 2016/4/15 12:41  Updated: 2016/4/15 12:44
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Joined: 2004/11/6
From: Germany
Posts: 380
 Re: Jeep CJ-7 - with Volumetrik Light
Thank you for your Praise

I find that Imagine is not so outdated. You have to know what you want to do with it only. And for static animations I prefer still ahead Imagine. As much designed simple in this program. Even motion capture is not a problem with Imagine. But that does not know many users.

From the technical point, I use Imagine3D still because I have collected over 20 years experience with this program. And as you can see about myself in my work, you can still work very professionally with Imagine3D. Many of my friends often think that my work has been created using 3D Studio Max or Blender. When I say that I modeled with Imagine3D and rendered, I always see a anner mark forming amazement in their faces

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