Spider Robot, Adrien Lambert (3D)

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  09 September 2008
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nice job like the compositing..nice warm feel
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  09 September 2008
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this is great Spider,
 
  09 September 2008
Menacing

That's a menacing spider - great work
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  09 September 2008
Very nice spider man very lovely

but i think the suspended particles in the air are little distracting ...
otherwise very sweet work


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  09 September 2008
Beautiful piece of art!
Love the mood of the scene!
 
  09 September 2008
Amazing... great render

Amazing... great render
 
  09 September 2008
Wow, I'm surprised no one has mentioned the proportion of the leaves! They look like maple leaves, which are quite big in real life.

Anyway, it's still a great piece!
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  09 September 2008
very cool and nice render .....
 
  10 October 2008
great work i like
 
  10 October 2008
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"Spiderpig, spiderpig,
does whatever a spider does..
Can he swing from a web?
No he can't he's a pig!
Look out here comes the spider piiiiig!"
-Homer Simpson-


yeah it reminded me of that part of the film

anyway nice work!
 
  10 October 2008
great work, very nice render
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  10 October 2008
Thumbs down give designer credit...

i dont want to seems harsh on my comment, because despite the quality of your work and render, the design credit should go to the prime designer of that spider


http://www.stephanehalleux.com/

clearly visible in the robot section...
 
  10 October 2008
Thumbs down sur-grillé!

Originally Posted by Adri1: ...
Actually I wanted to create a sweet robot with a Spider look... that's all the challenge because in real life spiders seems nasty, vicious... So I say me it should be interesting to make one more human despite a singular aspect composed of scrap pieces. actually the idea is a bit like the same of the last movie from Pixar : wall-e.

Comments are most Welcome, thanks.
Adrien


Originally Posted by vesalus: i dont want to seems harsh on my comment, because despite the quality of your work and render, the design credit should go to the prime designer of that spider


http://www.stephanehalleux.com/

clearly visible in the robot section...




looks very sad. You think you've found something good and you discover you've been robded! If you had credited the original, nore stating you gat it from an original idea...


It is very sad. What is the problem by saying you worked from someone else art?
We all get inspired, ideas always come from somewhere.
Bref ça se fait de créditer le taf des autres...

Anyhow, your modeling and rendering is very very very nice and image resulting very powerfull . Would have been star stuff without this act of piraterie.

Hope you will clear that up for us please?
Really Hope that it is Stephan Halleux that sculpted his spider from your concept....? :-/
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  10 October 2008
First, thanks again for your feedbacks.

Quote: looks very sad. You think you've found something good and you discover you've been robded! If you had credited the original, nore stating you gat it from an original idea...


Hello shtl,
There is a misunderstandig. Indeed the robot's concept was made by Stephane Halleux (an artist that I admire). BUT do you think I really rob his concept ? No, before to send this work on portfolios I asked for the permission, if someone would ask him if I really have the permission he will confirm that yes... Nevertheless it's true that I forget to quote him in the description. Anyway for this portfolio... if you look in the 3Dworld mag109 or in the td3d galerie, or 3dscool forum it's properly written that the concept is made by Stephane Halleux... Actually I modified the description I made in the 3D world mag to put it hier with more "technical" precision, I believed I quote Stephane because it was almost the same description in the 3Dworldmag but in my urging I miss him as you notice and I'm really sorry about that !

sorry about this matter. Best regards.
Adrien

PS : mon anglais est assez approximatif, j'espère toutefois qu'on m'a compris. ^^
 
  10 October 2008
ok then, but as the prim descrition could lay some doubt about the design paternity i thougth it should be mention... no problem then if you credit the initial designer...
 
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