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Shawn Woods
04-22-2002, 03:43 PM
Here's a group project three of us made in school earlier in the year. We're Capilano College graduates in 110 hours (and counting). We all took part in modelling, texturing and lighting but each played a supervising role on the work. Our goal was to create a mood in 3D that doesn't look like traditional 3D you see everyday.

These images were also in the gallery section of the CD for Computer Arts magazine, Feb 2002.

Credits:
Sophie Lee (Layout Artist)
Shawn Woods (Art direction)
Eric Madill (Technical Direction)

http://www.synectikos.com/Downloads/WizardsStudy_Daylight.jpg

http://www.synectikos.com/Downloads/WizardsStudy_Night.jpg

leigh
04-22-2002, 05:48 PM
Wow these are SOOOO cool! I can't believe nobody else has replied to this post :(
They would be perfect for a computer game, because they have that kind of "come on and explore this place" kind of feel :D

Really reall beautiful work :D
5 stars from me because I think these are really great!

shinobix
04-23-2002, 03:07 PM
I can't believe you haven't gotten more responses about these two pics. They rock!

Hasch2o
04-23-2002, 04:27 PM
Damn they are great!!!

the book on the Table is great!!
the only thing i don't like, is the light, falling on the ground!!
I would change the roof! and let the light fall on the wall!!!
But i think, this is for everyones eye other :)

The moonlight is weird!! but i don't know why!!

But the image as whole, is really impressive!!

greetz

H-2-O

Anthony
04-23-2002, 04:30 PM
Nice work! The night shot's lighting is a little off-there's a bit too much ambient light, and the sky seen through the overhead window is far too bright to be a night sky. Nice work though, very comfy.

MaskTX
06-29-2002, 10:16 AM
Great room! Looks like Garry Potter!:buttrock:

Joril
06-29-2002, 11:25 AM
Originally posted by MaskTX
Great room! Looks like Garry Potter!:buttrock:
Did you revive this thread just to say that?:shame:

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