Myken - Whiskey & Gin - 3d product visualization
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    I got this short project from The Metric System, based in Oslo. They had a whiskey bottle that aren't ready before 2018, but still wanted it in t… Read More
    I got this short project from The Metric System, based in Oslo. They had a whiskey bottle that aren't ready before 2018, but still wanted it in their portfoilio. How to make stuff that don't exist yet, use 3D. Read Less
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I got this short project from Metric, based in Oslo, Norway. They had a whiskey bottle project that aren't ready before 2018, but still wanted it in their portfoilio. How to make stuff that don't exist yet, use 3D.


Close ups
Wireframes
Details that are never seen but needed for believability. This is my first product render of this kind, and the flask were modeled by me in Bergen, thats why it is Made in Bergen
Behind the scene
Reference images handed over from Metric - I often do this part my self, but they had a direction they wanted.
Light setup is based on one huge softbox in the back and two in the front
 
Here's a sphere representing the light setup
To get a realistic room feeling I made a HDRi of my office briefroom. You gain details you'll never can plan for
 otherwise.
 Bottle blue prints from Bruni Glass
I guess this isn't totally physical correct, but if it works it works. There's no specular in the liquid of instance.
In Arnold Render you have the abilities to add Dispersion and Caustics that adds a lot of nice micro details.