And i had also been tasked with submitting an image for an open house sort of thing, i chose the watch for that.
And since the other students will know about the watch i decided to talk to them a bit about how i made it. I will be talking about how making one part at a time really takes the load off when modelling, try to get them into thinking that one part of the watch is one piece of the puzzle.
If you try to finish the puzzle several pieces at a time you wont make it. But if you take it one piece at a time its easier and faster to actually solve the puzzle. And working with the most obvious pieces first is also a good idea.
So i took my watch and separated all the loose parts of it and rendered it in 2k resolution so you can see all the pieces, some of the pieces are moved closer to the camera. I also wrote all the names of the different parts in the render to show them that naming objects in a scene you are serious about is a good idea, it helps you keep track of what is what and which material to give it.
Ok, thats it
What do you guys think?
Do you think its a good idea to use some of the time to talk about this?
Some of the parts got distorted in the render, i guess thats due to the perspective..
Here is the render of all the parts of my watch: