Automaton, Kazuhiko Nakamura (3D)

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  01 January 2006
sample clip?

I don't suppose you have a sample clip of the actual transformation? because that would be awesome.

also, I really like your gallery --- very inspiring.
Anyone can learn, not everyone can imagine.
  01 January 2006
way to use some 3dsoftware no ones ever heard of
  01 January 2006
A M A Z I N G !!! 5/5
  01 January 2006
Very nice. Reminds me of The City of Lost Children.

  01 January 2006
This is the highest level of 3d modeling. Complex and sophisticated 3d art.
  01 January 2006
What can i say? Frontpage image of course. This is on of the most detailed 3d image i ever seen. Very unique style of modeling. 5 stars of course.
  01 January 2006
Thumbs up

looks amazing... great work.
  01 January 2006
Very, very nice. Bravo.
  01 January 2006
IMPRESSIVE in every way
To succeed,we must first believe that we can.

  01 January 2006
nice work, good texturing, overall nice model and use of colours. Also good concept.
anything is possible.
  01 January 2006
Great work, excellent concept and the level of detail is amazing.
  01 January 2006
Very nice modeling detail indeed and I've always enjoyed your former work.

But I'm curious why you would state "other" software instead of "Shade".

  01 January 2006
Hi there !
Thank you so much for all of your replies.
I'm so glad!

Quote: I wonder what 3D software you used for this model ??

Quote: But I'm curious why you would state "other" software instead of "Shade".

This is Japanese application that is skillful in the spline model.
But, it's not known so much in the global market.
When the work is submitted, I should select "Other" from the format.

Quote: Beautiful work, I'm a huge fan of the Brothers you look at the photographic work of Michiko Kon at all? A brilliant, dark photographer who often uses fish in her work...just curious, as the two of you share some sensibilities, particularly with respect to the incorporation of a photographic look to your pieces.

I knew "Michiko Kon"...I saw her documentary program
on the television. She is nice photographer!

The tutorial of "Automaton" can be seen on

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