Suzanne monkey is the best known iconic object that many Blender users put it in their projects for testing or sample.
But from my first sight to today, I don’t feel it’s a monkey. I must call it other name, but I was not sure what.
A few days ago, I was indulging in my room. Tearing an package of snack to eat, as always I reach my hand in the bag and pick one with a glance. I saw many monkeys there and between my fingers.
I was about to eat monkey! Not a monkey in biological term, it’s Suzanne monkey I saw almost everyday!
I recreated my daydream as CGI. How do you feel about it? Do you see it’s popcorn?
If you agree with me, you can create Suzanne popcorn, because it’s just a particle of partly painted and displaced monkey.
You can download the file from Monkey Popcorn | Blend Swap.
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- Blender: I finally found Suzanne monkey is popcorn!
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- CGI: Kaki-no-tane collected from tree
- CGI: Kaki-no-tane array
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- Blender: Photo-real Takoyaki in CGI
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- Blender: Cooking Slime Don
- Blender CGI: Maguro-Don (Rice Bowl of Raw Tuna)
- Blender CGI: Takoyaki Dropping Out of Tsumayoji Stick 2
- CGI Idea: Fried chicken from smoke simulation
- Blender Animation: Acrobatic Takoyaki