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  11 November 2002

Great start Neox!
I think is a good poly-sketch!

No,... really... I've been fortunately to see this image some time ago and now I remember how magnify it is.
In each work you do... you impressed myself with so many polys!
it's incredible! it's really hard work with so big scenes!
Excelent coordination!

And the final composition is awesome!
Just I would like see one render more 3D... although the difficult is do the 2D appeareance,.. I would like see a version not so "plane". And maybe with some darkness and sky-light colors... like a nebulosa.
I know this is a heavy asking, but,... I just wanted suggest you

Anyway... a really masterpiece for your portfolio!
I hope you get succes with that work!

See you!
  11 November 2002
Hey there, beautifull work, man.
The main rider does look somewhat wrong, as has been mentioned, and in my opinion, it is his pose, which is somewhat
stiff and forced. I would rotate the torso slightly, so that it does not face the camera flat, same thing for the head, he should not, in my opinion, be looking directly at the camera.

Other than that I think this rocks, please keep it up and post more!

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  11 November 2002

das zweite wollnashhorn ist extrem ungeschickt plaziert imo ..

gruss kioku
  11 November 2002
in english:

"the second woolyrhino is placed a extremly stupidly, in my opinion "

@Kioku: why? its an caravan, the are walking in a group, and i guess they don't have to be all looking in the same direction... argh my english sucks
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  11 November 2002
Really good lal....the pic u show is after composite or retouch!?,,,,,,
  11 November 2002
Very very nice and painterly. The whole thing looks so painted that I have a hard time convincing myself that it's (mostly) not.

I'm not entirely filled with happiness with the 2d ground I think. The details gets kinda wishywashy in.. well everywhere but the front rhino really. The 2d and 3d merges completly seamlessly, it's just.. well, nice mountains in the far background, but at least the middle-part of the image, depth wise, seems.. washed out-ish.

But mad cool stuff for sure. I would've expected this to've hit the frontpage already
  11 November 2002
neox "its an caravan" n only if the next word starts with a vocal (or so) ex. a,e,i,o an apple

i know is a caravan but in my opinion it would be better not to put one rhino behind another...
  11 November 2002
ooops! ok a argh, as i said before my english sucks

its 10-20 meters behind the one in the front... what do i have to do, in your opinion?
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  11 November 2002
Maby put a man or two in between.
  11 November 2002
yes a bit more space would be nice

neox my english sucks too, i always have some problems to say what i want
  11 November 2002
Thats EXACTLY my problem
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  01 January 2003
My opinion is:
The pic could be better if it had done with oil on canvas and scanned, or done in painter.
This would give uniformity and artistic beauty to the image, rather than a computer generated patchwork feeling. It would take less time. And much less manpower.
The only reason I can think of, is to do it in 3D if it will be animated.
- Zoltán Sághy -

*How to paint game textures thread

Open your mind...
  01 January 2003
Arrow very nice work

what software did you use. the image is very well done.
  01 January 2003
this is some very nice work and I like the subject matter as well but I have one stupid question on how you did that wire render *runs*

once again excellent work
  01 January 2003
I love the image but it just seems that the rider on the rhino would not be wearing a short sleeved shirt. It's snowing and the rhinos are hairy implying that it's very cold, where is the rider's coat?
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