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Old 06 June 2002   #16
Amazing

Amazing Render!

Very detailed and interesting. Found myself staring at it for minutes on end....

Amazing!!!
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Old 06 June 2002   #17
Thanxxxxx guys ,

The car is really nice and made by " The Ripper" ...

I think render a really large image but not right now because I'm working on another think .

Maybe I could working in a professional CG house , But I'm afraid to take a boat . ( If you have a good adress you can send me quickly , Thanks )

I like David Fincher, Tim Burton and Jean-Pičre Jeunet for their style and their great atmosphere.

I can't render the animation now because the render time is long and you can understand I need my pc for work but I have already few ideas for the motions camera.
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Old 06 June 2002   #18
great job

Very nice lighting set up. Nice surfacing job too.

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Old 06 June 2002   #19
juste une remarque.... je n arrive pas a accedé a ton siteweb :(

je suis sur mac.. est ce que ca serai ca ?
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Old 06 June 2002   #20
Hiya,

"Not bad at all! But there is room for improvement!" - as my boss says always... I hate it. Hope you too, but let stand here some 'building' critics. (NdRstood, building critics, hehe).

- The shadow what the 6 bolts cast are not enough sharp, as well as at the cables.
- The black cables on the floor are not laying on the floor. On the 1st picture it can't be seen, only on the 2nd ones. Maybe because of shadow (bias).
- Some kind of durt like sand or wall-pieces could work
- and some wallcracks without pieces of wall

I really like it, it reminds me to Matrix. A bit at least.

It's truly awesome!!!
-xyth
 
Old 06 June 2002   #21
budpartytime:As I'm the one who's working on the website, could you tell me what browser you have? and do you have the flash 5.0 plugin installed on your computer?

xyth:Wow, you must be a real specialist about lightings, how do you for sure how soft shadows should be in this particular situation???.

What about showing some of your works to see how good you're about lighting techniques.
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Old 06 June 2002   #22
Thanxxxxx for your critics ....


budpartytime : as tu bien installé les plugins de flash 5 ?
Quel browser utilises tu ?


xyth : If you are Hungarian you can understand this ,

-Nem vagyok benne biztos, hogy az ŕrynéknak éllesebnek kell lennie. Nézd a joboldali neont és a fényt amit a fall visszaver.

-A kŕbel hajlékonysŕga különbözö lehet.
Ennek ellenére köszönöm a figyelmesztetéseidet.


----> üdv The Black Tulip



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Old 06 June 2002   #23
that's really cool
 
Old 06 June 2002   #24
what program?

I gotta ask, and I know it's going to sound like I'm crediting the soft rather than the artist but I think the images is very well done, despite "weathering" and "wear and tear" textures...

Ed--

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Old 06 June 2002   #25
Awesome !!!

Reminds me the conematography of fight club and Panic room.
 
Old 06 June 2002   #26
Quote: Originally posted by THE BLACK TULIP
I like David Fincher, Tim Burton and Jean-Pičre Jeunet for their style and their great atmosphere.




Oooh I just saw this ,

You have great taste man , you cant go wrong with those directors. Especially Jean-Piere Jeunet , City of lost children rules
 
Old 06 June 2002   #27
Still the wires

Yo,

The Ripper: the soft shadow wouldn't be a problem in itself. But I was guessing it should be sharper, because there is high specularity on that metal pillar where it is screwed to. But The Black Tulip pointed out it is illuminated by a neon tube.

The Black Tulip: Thanks for your hungarian words... Nice to see it on these pages. But still the wires... The black wires wires are not laying on the floor, where they are straight. Maybe they are, but the shadows are shifted towards the camera. Especially at the lower wire! Can you see that? Maybe the light bias is high (> 0.0 )

But still amazing... Királyság!

-xyth
 
Old 06 June 2002   #28
Thanks guys ,

I have divided the render time by 2 , you know how ?
With a new processor . Coooool no .

Ed Lee : Lightwave for the soft .

I have seen your work . Really cool .



xyth : Ok , I'm changing this right now . Thanxxxx for your remarks .



Peace .
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Old 06 June 2002   #29
Hi artquantic!

My browser Mozilla can't see anything but a black window of 1024x768.
I use the plugin Shockwave Flash 6.0 r23
Am I forced to reinstall explorer of Bill?
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Old 06 June 2002   #30
great image, great site - nothing more to say!!!:xtreme:
 
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