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Old 03 March 2004   #1
Character & Environment: Plumber's Nightmare



Ok guys, one week practically without to eat or to sleep, working very hard to send another work for 3D Awards 2004. Have just sent this work and I know that could be better if I had more time to conclude it. So, I think I made the best than I was able to do inside of this small period.

Comments are always welcome.
Thanks.





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Old 03 March 2004   #2
i'll get in first then , I've seen this one since you had your facial animation test (which I think I e-mailed you about ), and I must say I'm impressed, I like the expression, the texturing, the model is nice (bar his front foot appears to go in the floor), and his knee cap is a little flat on the back foot, but they are a bitch to rig in extream poses, but on the whole, absolutly superb, I only wish I could produce work like this.

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Old 03 March 2004   #3
This is just gorgeous in every sense. You inspire me
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Old 03 March 2004   #4
Beautiful texturing, love it.
Hopefully i'll see this at over at the 3d festival then
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Old 03 March 2004   #5
man that is awesome......really good stuff...
can't wait to see a complete animation...
 
Old 03 March 2004   #6
It's interesting why you have chosen to place a bl&^%$ man in such a *%&%&*$
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Old 03 March 2004   #7
wow, that is utterly amazing. Would I be guessing right if I said that went along with that crazy lookin old bag with the shotgun the made the front page about a week ago?

I think its awesome. The only thing I see that my eye went at was that his face looks chubbier than his body and arms, but it's probably just cause of the positioning.

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Old 03 March 2004   #8
Originally posted by G.Rodi
It's interesting why you have chosen to place a black man in such a crappy job.


let's not start....


great work (again)
 
Old 03 March 2004   #9
WoW! That's a great piece of work. All the small details really add together to contribute to this amazing piece. I especially love the ID tag and the facial expression.



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Old 03 March 2004   #10
don't know what to say...
It's perfect!!!
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Old 03 March 2004   #11
G.Rodi: Why would it matter what skin color he has? There is no difference between people and people no matter what color his/her skin is.
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Old 03 March 2004   #12
The place should be condemned, but the artist should be commended! Great Job!
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Old 03 March 2004   #14
Originally posted by Sir_Manfred
G.Rodi: Why would it matter what skin color he has? There is no difference between people and people no matter what color his/her skin is.



Thats exactly how i feel, i just thought it was interesting,
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Old 03 March 2004   #15
G.Rodi: a previous post by Antropus was (imo very unjustly) flamed, because it appeared to many to be racist. His character is a plumber. A black plumber. This character has been created for a short film he is doing.

You ask why should a black man have such a crappy job? There is no reason he shouldn't. The same applies for any person, regardless of their race, so lets not make an issue of this.

Antropus: an excellent render. I look forward to the day when I too will be able to do something like this.

However, it strikes me as too well illuminated. For example under the sink is nearly as bright as the rest of the room. [edit] though looking at it further, there are areas of deep shadow. So I'm not really sure why the underside of the sink is so bright.
 
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