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Old 02-06-2003, 10:02 AM   #1
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Hi Guys,


here is my latest, at this time I concentrated mainly on the mood instead of the photorealism,

hope you like it, bye

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That looks great.
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Wow, this is amazing! HOw the elephants are pulling the metal structures is cool.. i dont understand though what those metal structures are . But yea, really nice! I think the furry creatures behind the elephants should be shown, at least one of them.. seeing im very curious to see what those guys really look like with the large blades . Great job.
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wow. i really like the lighting. but it seems to get abnormally hazy in the valley. but valleys sometimes do that so im not sure..
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Old 03-06-2003, 12:29 AM   #5
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Hi Guys, Thanks for the comments,

here are couple of detais: So the background and almost the foreground also, matte painting. The horde, the elepants and the trolls are 3D. Here is a close up to the horde on the road:



everything was modelled in Maya and rendered with Mentalray, and pt together in PS.


and finaly the almost 2k version:

big version

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Very nice! great atmosphere--If i look at it long enough I can actually the elephants hooves hitting the ground as they walk.
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I really like the painted look to this. I don't know if that was your intent, but I like it anyway. It's now my new desktop. Thanks for sharing!
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Could you say more about how you did the matte painting? I love what you can do with it, but can't find much information about it.
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its so realistic cool, you are a professional right?
this is like studiowork.
Do you made before more some studiowork?
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can we see some wires please?
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Wow, that's some of the awesomest 3D I've ever seen! Wow, I don't understand how you're able to do stuff like that...
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Question yes please show the meshes...

would me great to see if its nurbs or polyon maybe subdivs...

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Wow!!!!! is this all made in Maya? I mean the mountains, foregournd boulders and all??
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Very very nice. I just love the mood in this picture.
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Hi Guys,

Thanks for the comments and sorry about the late reply, but I got a new job, so I was a bit busy.

salviapalara: the matte painting is a 2D image, background, what could be created from photos, 3D elements and painting also. a kind of mixture of the tchniques bt the result is a 2D background what could be used as an ebvironment of a scene.

otaku: It was not a professional work, I have made just for fun, but, yes, I'm workig in the film industry now.

Pure morning: I'm going to put some wire onto my homepage soon.
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otaku: everything is polygon,

wire is coming soon,

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