Fire Extinguisher

  • January 25, 2017
  • Blender 2.7x
  • Render: Cycles
  • Creator: GetRenderedNow
  • License: CC-0
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Fire Extinguisher created with cycles engine.

I saw something like this on Pixabay and wanted to be able to pose and use it in my way so I created my own version of it.

*The version on Pixabay is CC Public Domain. Link:


  • Lomar profile picture

    Great character! Maybe a bit high poly though... Up voted. Thanks for the share! Peace.

    Written January 26, 2017
  • GetRenderedNow profile picture

    I will reduce the poly count and see what happens, still learning.

    Written January 26, 2017
  • mattsour profile picture

    Great work! The concept is great, and you executed it very well. I think I like the emotion of the extinguisher here better, the original is slightly manic. I do have a couple of tips for optimizing the scene though:

    By removing the most of the subsurf modifiers on the meshes, you can reduce your vert count from 200,000 to just 40,000. I suspect you used so many polys to get a smooth surface on your model, but the smooth shading option does a great job of faking it.

    Also you probably don't need to be using so many samples or such a high resolution to render. Doing a few tests with this scene, just 400 samples looks pretty good, and 1000 is almost noise free. Reducing your light paths might make your computer a little happier; I usually don't need anything above 20 on most projects. I hope this save you a little time and processing power.

    Written February 05, 2017
  • t4k1t profile picture

    Had a laugh when I saw this, great job.

    Written March 15, 2017