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Old 04 April 2004   #16
Vraiment magnifique! Je suis d'accord avec les helico et la plante ... mais si beau!

J'adore encore plus celle que tu a sur ton site (le soldat crucifie dans la jungle)

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Old 04 April 2004   #17
that's amazing, almost unbelievable. The explosion is perfect, especially considering explosions are easier to pull off when they're animated because the sheer movement can cover a lot of mistakes. Having still shot of an explosion is more difficult, but this one is so well done.
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Old 04 April 2004   #18
arf, encore un truc qui tue tout
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Old 04 April 2004   #19

Wow. I need to go practice.
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Old 04 April 2004   #20
Very nice work. Crucifixion is just wonderfully violent/painfull - although maybe he needs to be a bit more bloody/beat up looking. Can't wait to see an animation (if there is one )
Old 04 April 2004   #21
I wonder if you realize that you are making money off a generations tragedy and possibly jading younger players to the reality of war. i hope one day there will be no more war for you people to exploit for the sake of making money for yourselves. its a sickening consequence of art with capitalistic intention, as is most video gaming production.

But then again, maybe the United States should continue to wage war across the globe. It would sure bring in a lot of money to the gaming industry and really help the CG Market and economy.

as for the picture, it looks very refined.
Old 04 April 2004   #22
My only comment/question is does the CH-46/47 have retractable landing gear? I have always seen the gear down in photos. Just a thought.

Brilliant piece of work. Lots of power in the imagery.
Old 04 April 2004   #23

pretty awesomw final renders,...
Old 04 April 2004   #24
Would Chinooks be coming into hot LZs? Wouldn't you think if they where going to kill a man had post him on a stick, they would strip him of his supplies? The second image is a bit distasteful for the sake of entertainment. However, the world is violent and it is best to desensitize our kids of the horror.

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But then again, maybe the United States should continue to wage war across the globe. It would sure bring in a lot of money to the gaming industry and really help the CG Market and economy.

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Old 04 April 2004   #25


I really dont think the US is making any good change CG Market and economy for the good by continue to wage war across the globe as you say... drewantarctic

Think about your post..

Yes war is pretty nasty thing.

you know drewantarctic maybe we are teaching people somthing...
not that war is fun .. but rather how it took place and how it was a tragedy!

Awesome picture!
Old 04 April 2004   #26
Really fantastic work, the lighting and the vegetation really stand out as being exceptional. As for the content, it's a bit on the violent side for my tastes, especially the second one, but that doesn't detract from the shear technical and artistic excellence of the images. Well, done!

I to would love to see wires, if possible!
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Old 04 April 2004   #27
you only used maya??the background was put in maya so,must be a little bit of photoshop,isn't it?
Old 04 April 2004   #28
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Old 04 April 2004   #29
extremely cool saw these this afternoon, it was just waiting to be plugged. It's not completely like your other works.

it rocks.
Old 04 April 2004   #30
Really nice man... Great composition

I really like the Chinooks!!!!
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