Digital humans the art of the digital double
Ever wanted to know how digital doubles are created in the movie industry? This course will give you an insight into how it's done.
# 1 07-06-2012 , 08:56 AM
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Armor Project

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Max 2009 - Mental Ray render and Photoshop..

Mechanical Body Work.

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# 2 11-06-2012 , 08:07 PM
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I can't really see any details, the image seems to be thumbnail sized. I'm on an iPad but I don't think that's the problem.


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# 3 11-06-2012 , 08:48 PM
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Fixed the link.


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# 4 11-06-2012 , 09:18 PM
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Ah yes now I can see it, thanks.

The compression is quite brutal and its wreaking havoc on that wireframe overlay effect which seems to be a bit on the dense side.

Also, there is something about the breastplate section that's letting the rest of the model down, those rounded edges look like they don't belong.


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# 5 12-06-2012 , 02:28 AM
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The upper part is good for me,but the lower one is really a little strange,seems not match with each other.


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