Rendering? not likely.
There is nothing there that indicates this at all.
The transparent "gel" bubbles are a very easy effect to create in a paint
program and the backgrounds and metallics can easily be done using masks and
If anyone is really interested, I could whip up a quick tutorial how to do
the same thing.
Steve Morris wrote:
> Jon Winters writes:
> > http://www.blueskyheart.com/
> > Nice stuff. His "trademark style" of the translucent plastic or glass
> > looking button/lens thingie is what really leaps off the screen and
> > grabbs my attention.
> Hey he's a Mac guy. What do you expect. :)
> Seriously the most obvious solution is to use a ray-trace rendering
> package. It looks rendered to my inexperienced eye. Notice that
> everything has that soft plastic look with high quality highlights and
> reflections. Ray-trace software does an excellent job on plastics and
> translucent objects. That combination of refraction, diffusion and
> reflection is a speciality.
> He does mention rendering on his page.