#BM C for the Cube Experiment by Mike Pan

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03 september 2014 Blender, Blender Month none


Hello!

Today for the Blender Month, I wanted to create an image using only the rules set up by Mike Pan with his Cube Experiment challenge.
He writes:
Goal: To produce an image in Blender using only the Default Cube.
Not Allowed:
  • More than 1 cube object
  • Any modelling of the cube
  • Curves, Surfaces, Metaballs and Texts when used as on-screen geometry
Allowed:
  • Any number of Emptys, Lattices, Lights, Cameras, Groups, Modifiers, and Particles.
  • Curves and Surfaces when they are not being used directly as visible geometry.
  • Weight painting is the exception to the ‘No editing of base mesh’ rule and is allowed.
  • Post-processing as long as the modifications do not introduce any significantly new visual element.
I made two images because I wasn't really happy with the results but it is indeed a really fun way to experiment!

Cube Experiment

Cube Experiment

See you tomorrow!

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