Cosmonaut, Fausto De Martini (3D)

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  12 December 2006
great work
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  12 December 2006

great job

5 stars!
  12 December 2006
nice work...

really nice work : modeling, texturing, rendering!!!

just one things, I dont understand why you dont try Vray to have a displacement because I think you dont have this solution on brazil?

Of course this must be enough for a static picture but in the case of a motion picture, your method may be pretty much heavy!
  12 December 2006
like already said, just amazing. top-notch work!
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  12 December 2006
Thumbs up

great work

5 stars for me.

fine modeling, can you show me the wireframe and the uvw maps.
  12 December 2006
Wow, thanks so much guys! Really appreciate all the nice comments.

I have posted this thread on the WIP section so I could post some others renders, shaded models and wires, but here we go. In case you guys wornder, the wire is dense because I was importing a higher mesh from Mudbox to Max as this was meant to be a still:

Thanks a lot!
  12 December 2006
So now its in the 3d still section? Still fantastic. Isn't he a tad bit old to be a cosmonaut? Although I wouldn't change a thing because he has a ton of character.

I checked your website, 8 years it seems.
  12 December 2006
incredible work..those metal textures looks fantastic & those eyes are freaking me out!

Last edited by Stefan-Morrell : 12 December 2006 at 03:16 PM.
  12 December 2006
Five stars & award! No doubt!
  12 December 2006
really amazing work! 5 stars no doubt.
  12 December 2006
Brutal *****
  12 December 2006
WOW! Textures are amazing! 5 stars!
  12 December 2006
  12 December 2006
Great Work 5*
  12 December 2006

waw, as everybody already noticed - very very cool
one thing, in the main picture, the part where the ear should be looks a bit strange, somehow, like he is not human, or have something strange in ear area going on... looking at pictures with out helmet it s obvious that everything is ok with the ear, but in the picture with helmet - its somehow strange, dono,.. just my 2 cents
very very good job..
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