The Devils Cauldron, Dennis Allain (3D)

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  09 September 2009
Vey nice indeed.

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  09 September 2009
Amazing work, amazing render.
 
  09 September 2009
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.
 
  09 September 2009
This 3d is screaming for a turntable. Awesome work!
 
  09 September 2009
very nice rendering
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  09 September 2009
Really stunning!
I love the watercolor style of your pic! really beautiful... And the composition works very well!
Five stars!
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  09 September 2009
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.




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  09 September 2009
Thanks everyone for the positive feedback. I will post up a couple test renders but in the meantime, here are a couple details.
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  09 September 2009
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.
 
  09 September 2009
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.
Cheers,
D
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  09 September 2009
Here is the link to raycerx's WIP Steampunk thread:

http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?t=696451

Do you use any specific PS filters to alter your C4D render? Also, did you use any plugins in creating your 3D scene?
 
  09 September 2009
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.
Cheers,
D
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  09 September 2009
DANM!! ..this work is absolutely amazing

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

Cheers,

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  09 September 2009
Awesome stuff

Wow. Nobody F***'s With Mecha-Kraken!
 
  09 September 2009
Originally Posted by raycerx: Thanks for the questions.

And, thanks for your answers.
 
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