View Full Version : New Beyond wallpaper from Eye Candy Studios - and tons of renders :)
01-28-2002, 05:23 PM
Hi guys first of all read this thread http://www.cgtalk.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=1337 ;) now get ready for TONS!! and I mean TONS!! of renders :)
First off meet Gifty the Second character finished from Beyond, this is the second wallpaper.... more info here The Beyond site (http://www.eyecandystudios.net/Beyond) although it hasn't been updated yet
now the pics
here's other renders and links to a bigger wallpaper
1280 X 1024 Wallpaper (http://www.eyecandystudios.net/renders/Gifty_wallpaper.jpg)
1280 X 1024 No goggles wallpaper (http://www.eyecandystudios.net/renders/Gifty_wallpaper_no_goggles.jpg)
Gifty GI Test done with my own rig (http://www.eyecandystudios.net/renders/Gifty_GI_Test.jpg)
Close up 1 (http://www.eyecandystudios.net/renders/Gifty_goggles_textured.jpg)
Goggles Closeup (http://www.eyecandystudios.net/renders/goggles_textured.jpg)
Goggles Closeup 2 (http://www.eyecandystudios.net/renders/goggles_textured2.jpg)
whew this is my biggest post yet :) but I just wanted you all to experience Gifty like I have over the weeks :)
and if that wasn't all I created this site for a member of this board, one of the instigators of the Pascal Challenge Cerreto http://www.eyecandystudios.net/cerreto
my word what a way to start of the week :)
Cool! Really glad to see more of this fella.. :D
I have to say - despite how cool Gifty is - the background on the wallpaper is fantastic! :eek: :D
01-28-2002, 05:55 PM
cool stuff lildragon;) I really like the way you posed Gifty in that wallpaper.
01-28-2002, 09:06 PM
Looking good my friend. Glad to see the progress you're making. :)
01-28-2002, 09:35 PM
LIL very nice man. Hay do have a velvet shader in your program or an sampler info node it well add a soft feel to all the edges. but talk later
01-28-2002, 10:17 PM
Nice stuff lil d and great work on my site ! THank You
01-29-2002, 01:40 AM
AJ_23: Thanx ;) and me too, I'm glad I got him pretty much done, and the background, I can't take credit but look at the copyright ;)
ether: thanx, and let me just say I'm glad that I got a chance to know ya :), keep up the awesome work
Taoizm: thanx bud, more to come :) lots more ;)
Dan Dixon: I tried the velvet shader I was given, but it didn't work to well, but I used a subtle one here... thanx much
cerreto: thanx man and you're more than welcome
thanx guys, now off to work on yet another character :) well after some animations ;)
01-29-2002, 10:07 AM
01-29-2002, 10:06 PM
great work man! definitely getting better. i remember when you first made ess, and all the problems with that character. this one if pretty much flawless.! keep it up :) ( nice goggles too ;)
how did you get that webby swirled effect in the background? looks outstanding.
02-19-2002, 12:54 PM
How long have you been doing CG?
02-19-2002, 01:38 PM
nemo: i think the bg effect is made with a KPT 5 plugin in Photoshop
and lildragon, good work !
02-19-2002, 04:29 PM
Wow I must say I'm really suprised this thread came back from the depths :) but at any rate nemo if you look at the creds in the bottom of the pic you'll see it was provided by Mike Bonnell, but the effect can be easily done in KPT 5
Martin-K- thanx bud :D
The Ripper: umm about 4-5 years now, been using Max 4.2 for 6mths, prior to that 6mths in Max 2.5, in between that was A:M 2000 and way in the beginning it was Truespace :)
raza1_2: thanx bud and you got it right
thanx alot guys, happy 3ding, umm that's not a word is it? :D at any rate continue to have fun
It is absolutly the same Software i haved used in the past 5 Years.
Do you have old TS-Images to show ?
(I realy miss the great workflow in TS...)
02-19-2002, 08:12 PM
Oro yeh I have this one http://www.eyecandystudios.net/flash2001/images/show_scenes_sparks.jpg it was actually done in TS4 and published in the TS4 bible :)
...this is my last Project done with TS-4 in '99
(but i can't leave my fingers from TS...)
a 3d Shop :)
01-13-2006, 01:39 AM
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