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kajak - something like nano by panzi kajak - something like nano by panzi
3D Modeller: blender [link]
Raytracer: yafray [link]
TGA -> PNG: gimp [link]
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suckup Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2004
great blender job :thumbsup:
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blender3d Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2004
nicely modelled - are you going to put this into a scene - maybe on a lake? :)

By the way, did you know that you can output PNG files straight from Blender? There is usually no need to render it as a TARGA and then convert it ;)
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panzi Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2004
Even when you render it with yafray? How?

@scene:
Well, if i could, i would.
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blender3d Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2004
As for the scene, why dont you submit the model to the Blender community and let someone else start you off with the modelling, and make it a group work in progress type of thing!

It could be a cool idea, where the whole community collaberates! :)
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panzi Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2004
here is the .blend file: [link]
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panzi Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2004
ok ;)
license will be GPL
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blender3d Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2004
Just set the renderer to Yafray and then in the "Format" box of the render settings (where you change the resolution of the image), change the box where it says "Targa Raw" or "Targa" to PNG by selecting it from the drop-down menu.

Then when you save the image, you need to add the .PNG extension, rather than the .TGA.

That should do it ;)
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OxfordTweed Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2004  Hobbyist General Artist
That's really good... I love the shadow overlap...
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panzi Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2004
Thanks. :)
(Actually the shadow is the easyest part, it's simply done by the raytracer.)
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