Originally Posted by Tommes
Well, the 3d model itself isn't that fancy. You could see a step by step build up of my Amiga 3000 model over at vimeo:
On the other hand the art is to get a nice lighting and create good surfaces. This is more a thing of long experience imho. I am working with Octane-Render since two years and with LightWave since version 3.5 from back in the days.
Ok I will take a look thanks. Yeah its really things like lighting that I would like to learn more about. I've only done some basic modelling using Lightwave 11.6. Would love to be able to create renders like these.
Wow. Looks like your models take an awful lot of work. They must take you hours if not days. Here is my first effort of an Amiga 1000 in Lightwave. I think it needs a bit more work on the lighting.