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How good Blender can be for product visualization? Are you interested in finding a competent studio or artists using Blender for your product viz? You might find the answers in the arts and comments made by the following artist(s):
by Nico Theb
Renders in Motion
Geometry & Lighting
I'm just a simple Blender User. I use it for fun or for little personal projects. And even sometime, I use it at work when I can. I'm still a beginner because I don't use it as much as I want. But I hope one day I'll be a part of a bigger project.
About "Simple Headphones"
I'm often more ambitious than i'm competent. I always want to make big projects. So just for one time, I tried to use Blender just for the fun of it. That's not a project nor a part of a project. So I made a simple model--my headphones that were on my desk--with really simple material. Then I tried to make it look realistic with some light. Nothing more to say about it. The set is really basic. I used a small depth of field with the camera to make it look ok.
I don't use any texture image in here, Everything is made with basic nodes. The desk is made with "brick" texture. Cycles shaders make the rest of the work. I tried to make an animation of it. I tried to make it look realistic too, so I made a shaky camera effect with some noisy curves and a sound strip I made with my phone. That's it, simple model, simple material, simple lights ... but it has been rendered with cycles ... magic!