I created a soda can based off of YouTuber Phil DeFranco and his quotes.
It was an exercise in creating realistic materials and product photography lighting. Plus it was just really silly. The initial images was made using Blender 3D, and then cleaned up in Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom.
I originally tested the photo realism of the materials by building a mock up of a pepsi can and having it match a real world example.
I originally tested the photo realism of the materials by building a mock up of a pepsi can and having it match a real world example.
This was more for the fun of it, but also to try and make a more complex UV material set-up. It mimics their new pepsi peep design. Which sounds so gross I have to try it. I made the materials from scratch and then layered them on top of each other.
This was more for the fun of it, but also to try and make a more complex UV material set-up. It mimics their new pepsi peep design. Which sounds so gross I have to try it. I made the materials from scratch and then layered them on top of each other.
A quick custom set of graphics for the can made in photoshop.
A quick custom set of graphics for the can made in photoshop.
A Blender screen shot showing the basic set for testing out my materials.
A Blender screen shot showing the basic set for testing out my materials.
A Blender screen shot of the workflow process.
A Blender screen shot of the workflow process.
I worked with the Flip Fluids add-on in Blender to achieve the splash effect.
I worked with the Flip Fluids add-on in Blender to achieve the splash effect.
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