View Full Version : Tajino does it again!
10 October 2002, 05:35 AM
I want to show you the latest from of one the greatest waveys out there: ClickGraphix's Tajino. Some of you might have seen his work already. I'm not even going to comment much...see for yourself: 3rd Eye (http://www.tajino.net/)
10 October 2002, 06:04 AM
I dont know the artist tajino too well, but seeing some of his work just blows me away. Is he a one man show?
10 October 2002, 07:04 AM
To the best of my knowledge, he mostly works alone, the ship above included! Tajino currently works for ClickGraphix, a Malaysia based CG shop and LW reseller. The company was founded by the great man who introduced me to 3D some 12 years ago, Mr.Ahmed Balfakih. He also showed me to Tajino's work a few months back. They sometimes unite in short productions like iBeach, where Mr.Balfakih wrote the script, while Tajino breezed through production in a week.
Mr.Balfakih & Tajino (w/ long hair)
10 October 2002, 07:42 PM
Thanks for the info SMH.
while Tajino breezed through production in a week.
Hehe, man I wonder how many years of cg experience does one needs before one can begin to breeze through a production. I am very much still struggling with it currently.
10 October 2002, 09:15 PM
Tan Jin Ho was playing with graphics since he was a kid (about 14 years old), during the Amiga times. When he join LICT college, everyone knows him as "3D master". I admit his works blow me up. Also during the presentation of his "malaysian friday" for his final semester, all of us silence !!! even the RMIT lecturer keep quiet. :buttrock: He got the talent for obvious. He's not just master in 3D, he's balance, life drawing, graphic design and also multimedia, he's capable of doing it. That's what i can say about him.
10 October 2002, 10:10 PM
Man I love his work I found alot of it when I was looking for a tech for waves rolling up on a beach like in iBeach and man its all great. My only question in this pick is why does there appear to be more stars shinning near the lens flare of the sun?
01 January 2006, 09:01 PM
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