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    It's actually 140, the 1 is hiding a little bit

    Originally posted by Ryzon View Post
    Best thing about this is, its only 40 calories.

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    It's not supposed to be a cold can, i am going to make a cold version later

    Originally posted by Errvald View Post
    Add some water drops n reflection.

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    Add some water drops n reflection.

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    Best thing about this is, its only 40 calories.

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    You need to make the can more glossy as well

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    Now you need to get the Polar Bear in there.

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    you sure you dont work for them?

    must.......have coke.

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    Yeah, i wanted to add some condensation as well but i based it off this picture which didn't have any, i may add some later though

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    Heh, i had to activate the VPN redirector in order to see them. Every site seems to be blocked in this country nowadays...

    Anywho, it looks good! I agree with TheAgent though, it needs to look cold.

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    Makes me want to drink some. It looks great, maybe add water condensation around the can, like in those Coke commercials.

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    Originally posted by Jacky View Post
    Images seem to be broken. :\
    They work for me and a few other people i've shown them to, try refreshing

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    Images seem to be broken. :\

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  • started a topic Always Coca Cola...

    Always Coca Cola...

    I wanted to try out using a single mask for color and surface separation (single material, not layered materials) so i created a Coke Can to test it out with - I created the whole thing including model and material in about 15-20 minutes and used completely dynamic lighting, check it out.



    Last edited by CharlestonS; 04-08-2014, 07:52 PM.
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