Frost Giant, Jed (3D)

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  03 March 2003
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o! so nice work! I like the picture
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  03 March 2003
Nice! Could you pretty-please make a wallpaper that's 1600x1200?

Very inspiring!
  03 March 2003
Where the hell do you get off sayn there is nothing special about the modelling.

I would give my right teste to model like that now.

Fantastic dude, i loved your wip when it was up and was very exited when i saw you pluged.


  03 March 2003
This still stays my favorite model of all time (here on

fantastic work buddy!

  03 March 2003
excellent work! and thanks for the wallpaper, ive been looking for a quality picture that will fit in my resolution
  03 March 2003
Impressing work !!! Good character !! Wauuu
  03 March 2003
*Strong words warning*

smucking fart, I thought this was a miniature model when viewing the thumbnail on the front page...
Scott Martin

Life in Black and White
  03 March 2003
whow whow whow!!!!

yep yep yep!!!! love it a lot!
  03 March 2003
english :

Nice job as usual !!

french :

vraiment excellent jed !
tu peut faire un wallpaper en 1600 * 1200 stp ??
les veines sont faites comment ??? modelisť ?


PS: tu t'eclates chez Blur alors ??
  03 March 2003
jed... only two words... YOU ROCK!!!

awesome scene!


  03 March 2003

This is simply amazing! Yeah it would be more atmospheric to see snow flakes falling, and the other thing is that the left bicep looks too flexed for an arm in that position. Other than that.........I worship the keys on the keyboard you use, and the mouse your fingers have touched...
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  03 March 2003
you have GOT to be kidding me...

one of my favorite postings on CG Talk since I joined

you raised the bar with this one

  03 March 2003
well done

Veins and horns are very realistic! The tears of cloths work well!

You shall give more consistency has the buckle of belt, seen the mass of this character, it should quickly give up with one such thickness. You seem to master well hairs, it is pity to have no eyebrows, that misses a little on the face. But if it is like that on the design, the tastes that is discussed not . I regret however that we do not feel more the shadows thrown on the beard and the hair.

Good continuation +

Sorry for my poor english
  03 March 2003
Hey Jed nice stuff i remember seing this a while ago. but me like s alot. I like the way you put together a WIP link to see the progress. that is really helpful for others. Excellent. stuff my man.
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  03 March 2003
Really good work (sure) especially (for me) lighting and good.

Just a little question dundee.......where is his family? ;-)
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