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In Febrary 2006 Alinea Computer took over the distribution of our
Amiga software products AmigaWriter, ArtEffect and StormC.
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Contributed by Daniele Paini this Dante-inspired image is a mind-blowing exercise in organic and architectural modeling.
Entirely created and rendered in Tornado3D. Thanks, Daniele!
Contributed by Daniele Paini this image exhibits a painting feel that really sets it apart from the crowd.
The entire mannequin has been modeled with Bevel tool, starting from cubes and other simple primitives. Thanks, Daniele!
Contributed by Saverio Creanza Terra Luna means Earth Moon and is a nice example of space render. Lighting is astronomically accurate with only a single, bright, directional light and this enanches realism much more than any modeling could have done. Thanks, Saverio!
Contributed by Kjell Ove Vuttudal this image is modeled after a LightHouse in Plymouth and is part of a larger animation.
Thanks, Kjell Ove!
Contributed by Daniele Paini this is an excellent example of what a skilled artist can acheive after just a few months of work with Tornado3D.
Lit by seven point lights and a global one, this amazingly detailed Romanic Church requires 60MB of ram to be rendered in just 15 minutes on an 060. Thanks, Daniele!
Contributed by Dario Soccoli this image is part of a space animation -with a DejaVu twist.
Contributed by Kjell Ove Vuttudal this surely looks real. The Knife is the same found in latest Tornado3D CD-Rom, modeled by Kjell Ove.
Thanks twice, Kjell Ove!
Contributed by Kjell Ove Vuttudal this image is part of a larger animation.
Thanks Kjell Ove!
Contributed by Lars Eriksson He says: "Here is a animation. I tried to do something like the film Flobber. And it works :-)" Need to say more?
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This picture shows lens flare, texture antialias, soft shadows and the kind of dramatic realism that can be obtained with proper lightning.
A frame from an animation, shows the soft lightning effect produced by T3D lens flares. The warbot was modeled years ago in Imagine and has been imported into T3D with the Rosetta I/O module.
The cellular phone has been modeled in T3D starting with a cube, just with a few bevel and metamesh operations. Please note the bumpmapped round box and the soft shadow's quality.
The key point here is the thin smoke that rises from the cigarette. It's a particle system, and really looks great in animation. Also note the burnt tip, a masked diffuse map.
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The place may not look great, but the light streaks surely do! This is an example of projective and volumetric lights, and when animated it even looks more realistic!
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Ok, we told you T3D would bring workstation class 3D to your desktop. Here we brought your desktop into T3D! Have a look at the monitor screen, it's an ambience map. Much better than brightness, isn't it?
The Tie-like interceptor is again a box with a few bevels and a bumpmap, while the laser blast is a particle system of Fountain kind.
This one has to be seen animated! Non-linear, turbulent fog, is all that is needed to re-create those spectacular underwater scenes you'v seen in movies and TV.
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A volumetric light, a lens flare and here you are: a comet. The logo however is done with T3D's wonderful Glass Shader, hey no raytracing needed!
Again, lightning is the key. The scene is nothing more than a few polygons with interpolated shading and a carefully constructed light set.