The marsrakete is a complete parametric NURBS model; rendering Pixie, shaders: cel, PNG, 400x800, 14K:
The splash image of Ayam has been done with The Mops. It is a cooperative work of K. Frost (modelling of the compasses), B. Sieker (additional modelling, texturing, lighting), and R. Schultz (the letter A, finishing touches, rendering). Rendering: BMRT2.5h; shaders: superplank, shiny, BSpaintedenv; GIF, 426x512, 114K:
Here are some images that have been created using The Mops (the predecessor of Ayam).
DOAP (Domestication of a Pyramid):
this image has been inspired by an installation by Magdalena Jetelova in the "Museum für angewandte Kunst", Vienna 1992; rendering BMRT2.4b; shaders: RSSand, LGGreenPolishedMarble, LGnoisysmoke, DSnoisedsp; Modeling: Randolf Schultz, Lighting: Bernd Sieker; JPEG, 1024x768, 80K:
image has been created by Bernd (Pink) Sieker as entry for the IRTC (Internet Raytracing Competition), read his description; final version; JPEG, 800x600, 144K:
submitted version; JPEG, 800x600, 100K:
this image displays a first high level custom object derived from ShellyLib; due to this object the size of the Mops scene file is just 12K (it contains just the parameters for the shell generating algorithm which hides in the seashell custom object), whereas the RIB (which contains the full geometry information) is 330K; rendering BMRT2.3.6; shaders: various shaders from ShellyLib, wood2, castucco; Nautilus, Sundial and Cone textures generated with the Shell Laboratory; JPEG, 800x600, 117K:
rendering BMRT2.3.6; shaders: a modified LGVeinedMarble, LGnoisysmoke, RSRibs; JPEG, 640x480, 81K:
rendering BMRT2.3.6; shaders: modified MFicysrf and MFicydsp; JPEG, 800x600, 125K:
rendering: BMRT2.3.6, Shaders: DSnoisedsp (cactus), dented (pot); JPEG, 640x480, 31K:
rendering: BMRT2.3.6, Shaders: LGmarbtile_polish, RCClouds, LGGlass; JPEG, 640x480, 47K:
Note: No other modeling software was harmed during the production of these images!
If you did something particularly neat with Ayam, do not hesitate to send scenes or images to me.
Randolf Schultz, 27. May 2006