Slim design notebook Fan Art

  • August 20, 2014
  • 1,912 Downloads
  • 0 Likes
  • Blender 2.7x
  • Render: Cycles
  • Creator: eknightger
  • License: CC-BY
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Description:

This model is a notebook inspired by the design of the slim looking Samsung S9 ultrabook series. It is rigged for opening the cover and comes with a render set-up for Cycles materials with an HDRI lighting. The composition is stacked for a simple presentation output with a render time optimisation through noise reduction with a low amount of samples and adds final touch up for depth of field and vignette, plus chromatic aberration. The model zip archive contains a complete description on how to use the model as well as references, credits and source information. Enjoy and happy blending!

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Comments:

  • elvetos profile picture
    elvetos

    Grossartige Arbeit, hervorragend. Hoffentlich gibt es noch mehr davon!

    Great work, excellent. I hope for more!

    Written August 21, 2014
  • eknightger profile picture
    eknightger

    Thank you, stay tuned - I have an iMac finished but not cleaned up for putting on blendswap yet :-)

    Edited August 21, 2014
  • 1204holton profile picture
    1204holton

    Hey man, i rly enjoy ur work. I've been wondering about all the rights that u have of the blender-downloads. A friend of mine governs a part of this company that sells screen-protection (Pavoscreen). we r currently trying to make a commercial for him, as part ofa school project. This commercial might end up on youtube/facebook and mb his website. Would this be an infringement of ur rights, and is there anyway i could simply credit ur work, since we r not acctually getting paid to do the commercial...

    Written April 03, 2015
  • blenderjunky profile picture
    blenderjunky

    Excellent model. Very well done.

    Written August 21, 2014
  • SlowCoreCpu profile picture
    SlowCoreCpu

    Nice work.

    Written August 21, 2014
  • alitheawesomeguy profile picture
    alitheawesomeguy

    nice dud

    Written August 24, 2014
  • toyota_ortega profile picture
    toyota_ortega

    groso.. pero tenes q meter escritorio linux. CARAI!

    Written September 03, 2014
  • herlop profile picture
    herlop

    Nice model!! How do you make the open-close relations? Thanks!

    Written February 13, 2015
  • eknightger profile picture
    eknightger

    @herlop - sorry, I only saw this question now. The rigging is done with simple constraints of the mesh elements to the meshes that work as toggles. If you want to know how this works, I recommend Chris Kuhn's book on "Death to the amature" or check his tutorials on CGCoockie.com. Once you have this, you can rigg your hard surface things easily. Bones would be an alternative, of course.

    Written March 18, 2015
  • dunnellonchiro profile picture
    dunnellonchiro

    Wow nice!!!!!

    Written August 27, 2015
  • Palmer profile picture
    Palmer

    This is so cool. Thanks for sharing

    Written April 20, 2016
  • nX9474100 profile picture
    nX9474100

    Thanks for notebook, saved me a lot of time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBAYM3bbCOs

    Written December 09, 2016
  • eknightger profile picture
    eknightger

    Nice work :-))!

    Written September 19, 2018