The Devils Cauldron, Dennis Allain (3D)

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Old 09 September 2009   #16
Vey nice indeed.

Old 09 September 2009   #17
Amazing work, amazing render.
Old 09 September 2009   #18
This was one of my favorites from the competition. I love the soft watercolor look and the nice coloring effects. Great dynamic composition, as well.
Old 09 September 2009   #19
This 3d is screaming for a turntable. Awesome work!
Old 09 September 2009   #20
very nice rendering
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Old 09 September 2009   #21
Really stunning!
I love the watercolor style of your pic! really beautiful... And the composition works very well!
Five stars!
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Old 09 September 2009   #22
What the hell...?
Look at all those nice little details... what a plesure watching at.
The concept is interesting, a scene that could have come straight from a movie.

Old 09 September 2009   #23
Thanks everyone for the positive feedback. I will post up a couple test renders but in the meantime, here are a couple details.
Old 09 September 2009   #24
Wow! I didn't see this in the actual competition. How did I miss it. I think this would have been up for a prize.

How did you get the watercolour look?

Thanks for posting.
Old 09 September 2009   #25
Hey Roger thanks for your response. The WC look is really built up over many layers in Photoshop. The same way a traditional artist adds wash after wash of a pigment. I lay in color slowly and gradually build up the color/opacity I am looking to achieve.
Old 09 September 2009   #26
Here is the link to raycerx's WIP Steampunk thread:

Do you use any specific PS filters to alter your C4D render? Also, did you use any plugins in creating your 3D scene?
Old 09 September 2009   #27
Hey SilverCity, at the time the only Cinema plugs that I used where/are Advanced Atom Array and Quick Pipe. I try to keep my plugs very simple so that they are more likely than not going to work on future Cinema releases. AAA is a plug that I find myself using every single day. Although these days I also use DeGamma - which is fantastic by the way. In PS I stay away from filters generally and try to focus on the painting. My goal is to avoid having my paintings look to similar from image to image. I stay away from filters which can make my painting process to formulaic and potentially to predictable.Thanks for the questions.
Old 09 September 2009   #28
DANM!! ..this work is absolutely amazing

You are a fabulous artist, Dennis.. Congrats for the award!!



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Old 09 September 2009   #29
Awesome stuff

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Old 09 September 2009   #30
Originally Posted by raycerx: Thanks for the questions.

And, thanks for your answers.
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