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Old 15-06-2003, 06:43 PM   #1
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Default Wasp Final Composite

I know, you know this animal already, but I've finished it now, also created some small animation, but only to test some things like motion blur aso.

So see this Image as a Final Version of my Wasp.

Some color corrections made in Photoshop, also the DOF is created in Photoshop (without Z-Channel used, just a simple gradient as selection, therefore the DOF is not physically right, but looks good in my opinion).

have fun watching the image

see ya soon

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P.S.: This time it's rendered with Renderman, using MayaMan for convertion into RIB. Rendertime is about 3 times faster than Maya-Renderer or Mental Ray...Rendertime is below 1 Minute on a Dual 450 MHz machine..really impressive !!
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Awsome mate..... glad to see you around....
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Old 15-06-2003, 10:40 PM   #3
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Default Time after Time

Heya!!

It's great to be back, and not being forgotten by u guys..Hope I find some time for new artworks in the next time, but 'been quite busy with my job in the last few month...Guess we are the only Design Agency around that has enough work for the whole year 2003.....

so be patient...will post some new images, and maybe some tutorials in the near future..

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Old 16-06-2003, 01:39 AM   #4
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Ahh .. *nostalgia*
Good to see you still posting around man!
Excellent job by the way ... I would have liked more another setting (being a mech wasp) but this should do nicely.
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whoah. awesome:thumbsup:
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great model but....I am scared

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looks awesome! I really like the wasp texture
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wow, cool. which renderman renderer did you use?
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Default Looks very photoreal

its a great work!
but the ground how you make the wood so looking curse?
is it a nurbs or a polygon wesp?

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Renderman man Version 11.01 I guess....wasn't me who rendered it.....the wasp is exclusively modeled with nurbs, I'm more into modeling with nurbs than polygons. The Ground is a simple Nurbs Plane with a wood texture from Zoorender.com plugged into the color and the Bump channel..that's all

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Once again my brother punched me in the arm for showing him a "simple photograph" lol!
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Old 22-06-2003, 01:44 PM   #13
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Lightbulb oh cool!

So i now learned one type of network new!

nurbs is great but easy to convert to polygon for games thats cool maya functions...

thx for explanation!

il check up now this zoo page

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the texturing is very nice, how long did this take?
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Texturing was about 4 hours....even for me, who is working over 12 hours a day with Photoshop...tried to create some complex materials, with a texture in as many channels as possible...shure It can be improved, like everything else, but it was created for a Contest on Simplymaya, and therefore I had a deadline...and after I thought "I had learned enough from that project". I decided to concetrate on something else...without creating an environement... ;O))

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