Snowbike, Bambam (3D)

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  03 March 2003
brilliant, love the first image.
One crit: direction of light on the moon is opposite the direction of the light on your subject. Of course I'm assuming that that the same light source was meant to illuminate the moon and the subject. If not, please disregard my crit!

  03 March 2003
Wow! i really love the design on her vehicle! very original, and the rendered image looks awesome!! keep it up!
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  03 March 2003
looks great, interesting design, can't really spot any major flaws. I like the first one better than the second.
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  03 March 2003
Very nice design in snow vehicle, but i feel "so squared" the girl. You may give her better forms and curves.

Keep up the good work!
  03 March 2003
That's really cool. I have one question and one critique. The question, how does the vehicle turn? The critique, the spread of her legs and the way her feet are pointed forwards doesn't look right. If you try to sit like that it's really uncomfortable, and you couldn't hold it for long if you even could bend that way. The picture and vehicle are really cool though!

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  03 March 2003
Very cool concept, and extremely well executed! What can I say but "WELL DONE"!
  03 March 2003
no offense, just thought it was funny. it reminds me if "it" on southpark. lol

nicely done dude
  03 March 2003

It would suck if she hit the breaks too fast and the wheel kept turning from her weight being so high up on the top. THUDUMP! THUDUMP! THUDUMP! THUDUMP! THUDUMP! Girlie Pancake or better yet, a self contained speed bump for the vehicle!

I do like the design though but I see it as pretty impractical in a realworld situation.

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  03 March 2003 a side note:

One thing, from an engineering point of view would be a functional suspension system, or else the rider is gonna get his/her groin/nads hammerd!

Another problem would be track surface area, there just isnt enough to support a rider in deep snow.

I still really like the concept.
  03 March 2003
Very cool idea and executed well. I love things that couldn't possibly function in the real world!

I'd love to see more dramatic shots like the first one. The girl seems a bit detatched from it in the second shot. Maybe have her draped seductively over it??!
  03 March 2003

Excellent work, i love the freeze frame of action. Like some kind of crazy midnight arctic chase set in the snowcovered future. Great stuff. If you can post some 'in progress' images that would be cool to see.
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  03 March 2003
Very nice!!!

The Ice in the wheel is an awesome touch!
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  03 March 2003

That is sooooo cool.

I really like the design and the texturing is great.

The feel of the first shot is great. The second is nice but the action in the first feels really cool.

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  03 March 2003
WOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWW!!! Thats damn good. I must admit, thats at the top of the list in modeling and teexturing, just all of it rolled in one.
  03 March 2003
Very nice work there. An chance of letting us know how you achieve the translucent effect on the ice materials in the second image.
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