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18.03.2018, 15:21

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Golf Ball
Golf Ball


Golf Ball
Description: Just seeing if I could make a golf ball in Wings out of an isocohedron. If anyone wants, I could make a tutorial on making a golf ball and/or soccer ball in Wings. Lit with half of a Light Dome. Used levels in Photoshop to bring the contrast up.
Added by: LitoNico
Keywords: LitoNico
Date: 05.28.2006 21:40
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Join Date: 01.03.2004
Comments: 2227

The rendering/lighting materials choice is excellent. My only issue is that the dimple density looks a little low for a golf ball. According to the CBC Archives... whoever they are, there should be 336 dimples in an American ball.
05.29.2006 12:21 Offline davidbrinnen mail at

Join Date: 12.16.2003
Comments: 24
i agree

david's right,great render but with more dimples this would be much more realistic.
05.29.2006 14:54 Offline tonkin

Join Date: 05.07.2004
Comments: 242

He's right of course, the dimples on this ball are too few and too deep. However, if I added more dimples, my golf ball would look deformed.
05.29.2006 16:21 Offline LitoNico LitoNico at

Join Date: 05.26.2004
Comments: 4415

I echo David's first sentence. I'm not that much into golf to know the dimple-details but I thought there are a bit large. Great work nevertheless.
05.31.2006 14:35 Offline Horo h.-r.h.wernli at

Join Date: 04.15.2004
Comments: 1097

I've never played golf so I couldn't have known about those dimples. That being said - the pic is very realistic. I guess the lighting does the trick. Agree - great work!
06.02.2006 21:53 Offline richter richter at
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