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  10 October 2003
What a great character!
  10 October 2003
Hey great job here!
I especially like the expression in her eyes. Looks like she is waiting to pass away.

One other thing: I would add some bump on her forehead. It looks too flat.

And I agree with Slaughters, the shirt is disturbing. And even if you go for "socks-for-breasts-shirts", the socks should not touch the breasts in the wrinkles.

Apart from that, really great job.
I love her ears!

Great caricature.
  10 October 2003
re·pug·nant - Arousing disgust or aversion; offensive or repulsive: morally repugnant behavior.

Here I am at work booting up my pc this morning, launching Maya and opening my IE browser to my fav home page whilst having my first cup of coffee and what do I see ?....

LOL, repugnant nature have skills and Im impressed no crits here. Just wished I saw it before breakfast.


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  10 October 2003
Amizaing Great texture
  10 October 2003
i love the charakter the earrings are a bit off-key i think
congrats on making such an amazing short
after seeing your facial rig for the plumber on your site i was truly amazed
keep on truckin
  10 October 2003
I liked the render in 3ds max better, but its cool with maya tho

or is this rendered in maya?

amazing work
  10 October 2003
Three words: Oh... My... God... that's a hell of a grandma. Awesome work - another good example of how good a scene can look without GI, but with proper lighting.
  10 October 2003
nice, but her chests look too unrealistically.....not organically enough.
otherwise very well

  10 October 2003
ah ah! nice!

I like te veins on the legs!
  10 October 2003
whoa! Looks awsome! Your attention to detail is awsome! ..

However, I miss the 'hair piece' she has in the character gallery on your site. I think she looks 'better' with that on ...
  10 October 2003
well done, this is hilarious! the face especially is just priceless.

the only thing that bothers me is that table on the left looks like it is very close to the chair for such a big difference in focus.
  10 October 2003
Your characters are just amazing - This old lady looks beautifully grotesque and I love the puple flowery motif armchair.

I much prefer your style of human character to those in Pixar films, and you still maintain a strong cartoon quality.

One crit - I think the hands would look really good if you added fine wrinkles to make it look shrivelled up and dry..
  10 October 2003
LOL! great comic definition of a grandma i luv it
imo the Back light is too sharp and the bright in the armchair is pretty but not real, no?

nice work!
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  10 October 2003
Everyone's talking about the character (which is great), but the scene is complimented very nicely with the DOF and perspective. Very well set up! The woman's attire is a bit ... bold ... but like you said it's intentional.
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