View Full Version : Creature/Character Modeling Reel-Ismail M. Wamala

01 January 2006, 08:25 PM
Hi, all. LOVING the works I see on this site. :)

Finished up my 6 months of intensive study at Vanarts. I had the honor of sharing a class with very talented and helpful individuals, classmates and instructors :) (They're in my credits on the reel. :) The names will be familiar cause they also posted on CGtalk aswell. :)
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The concept

01 January 2006, 10:55 PM
hi ismail

it has been a pleasure to be your classmate. thanks for sharing your stuff with us. i'm looking forward to see more of your models.

later petra

01 January 2006, 01:53 AM
hey ismail,

it's been great watching your work during these 6 months. I can't wait to see how your dino will look like. I just remember that cool concept art and I want to see more. take care man.


01 January 2006, 03:10 AM
IMO you could've done more with these two characters...

more test animations perhaps, or maybe muscle dynamics etc etc...

the same goes for your female character...

no bashing intended, it just seems too simplistic when much more could've been added... :shrug:


01 January 2006, 03:33 AM
hey ismail.. cool stuff man..

i still feel the monster should have had some eyes atleast...
wish u al the best for the future and if u find and rishi rich songs, let me

01 January 2006, 03:36 AM
hey ismail,

cool work man . i can predict ur future. i like the concept art as well as ur character. gr8 . gud job.

01 January 2006, 05:19 AM
Hey, :)
Petra, Fernando Rajeev. :) Thanks for posting!
:) Sitting next to you all was very inspiring. :) Thanks for all the help. You all made this experience one of my best educational experiences in a school setting. :) Didn't even feel like I was in school, that's how good it was sitting beside you all. :)

Shivesh: Thanks, man. I'm looking forward to seeing your reel when it's done.:)

RJ: Time, man, time. :) My next model is going to incorporate what I've learned about rigging so far. It wasn't until the last 2 months that i got the books the Art of Rigging from cgtoolkit, and actually started getting into mel scripting and rigging techniques. ;) For now, I have to put examples of my work out there, while working on the next reel. :)

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