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Old 13-05-2010, 11:18 AM   #31
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Not sure what type as its not my area but probably something similar.

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Old 13-05-2010, 11:30 AM   #32
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check out the link mate, it may interest you??? Fantastic ideas and they need people like you....or me

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Old 13-05-2010, 09:16 PM   #33
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okay some more images.

the one of Hawking is a scan, you can just about make out the wheelchair. It was highly reflective hence most of it missing...and having to rebuild it. I also texture the scan of Hawking but it had to be done via zbrush because of the hi poly count. Maya refused to automap it.

the creature here with it original dismaps on. You can see the detail around the eye. I made sure it was there for the close up on the series, but for some reason they used a completely different map. Even after this was greenlit. Very strange. It goes to show you that some of your hard work can actually get thrown out or ruined at the last minute by someone not it the know. I had moved onto another job by this time so didnt have a say in the final look





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Cool work Jay,

The scanners here (as in the guys who get the point scanes not the bits of equipment) use solidworks for editing and reconstructing scans for engineering work (FEA Stuff).

Not tried it myself though. But I may scan something in and give Za go with it.

I saw the aliens one on Sunday, Great work on that mate, looking forward to the rest!

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Thanks Steve.

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Really god work Jay!!! I havent seen this series advertised in Australia yet??? Im getting depressed here!!!

I see what you mean about the scan, not so good!

Looks like a lot of work when into this, pity you didnt have more input at the end?

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hey jay first off i know how working with deadlines can be and for you to reproduce such good quality work is amazing kudos man cant wait to see your next big job
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Thanks Murambi

Well my next bit of work out is the film Marmaduke, which is due in June but the trailers are online already. I did the big black dog called Bosco voiced by Keifer Sutherland, facial expressions for the small black dogs, the Collie dog voiced by the singer Fergie, and I did a fair bit of rework on the Cat.

My next project doesnt come out until 2012 which will be John Carter of Mars which is directed by pixars Andrew Stanton and the Design and Concept by Ryan Church. Im just busy modeling right now on it, and thats all I can tell you for now.

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hey Jay!! I was watching 'Voyage to the Planets' on Australian ABC last night, did you do any work on that?? It was simple but good.

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No mate, you got a link for anything on it online??

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I will have a squiz mate

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here you go dude, there is a British one too, called 'Space Odyssey' I think. This is basic doco but cool graphics.

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