|01-29-2008, 09:40 PM||#32|
Art Institute of Los Angeles
Los Angeles, USA
Looks great. My only gripe is his arms are too short. I know that the dinosaurs had these stubby little arms, but in going for aesthetic I would of made them a little longer
|01-29-2008, 10:17 PM||#33|
c r a z y . . .portfolio
seriously man get a life
So much stunning work coming from your side of the screen... Congrats D! This one's got it all
|01-29-2008, 11:08 PM||#34|
Tall Dark and Handsome
Join Date: Jan 2003
at the risk of having no life myself, id agree that the arms are too short and that its anatomically incorrect, as the front is top heavy and i dont think it would balance all that well.
Great artwork by the way. Take peoples critique of the anatomy as a compliment. They find no fault in the artistic side of things, so they then picture this animal to be real and see if it can exist in reality. Good artwork like this one makes it easier.
Again, awesome work. Love 3d dinosaurs
Is It Maya?? No!
Is it Lightwave??No!
|01-29-2008, 11:43 PM||#36|
Lord of the postsportfolio
Damir G. Martin
Computer generated imagery
Joel3D_nice to see my paleo pal,, thx, means alot, when coming from clalegue from the field
MrPositive_hehehehe, you got me,, I am kinda stuck to that akward looking beast, dunno why?
3dRaven_wow, hey friend, long time no see.How's maya coming along?You probably nailed it 100%
Swizzle_thx man,,, For the body, It could look like he is suffering a little, I think you could be right, from this angle it might look too bent, but I think from another it doesn't look that much, but I'l post different pows, so it could be more clearer.THX for good observation.
Alpha-Leader_after spending so much time thinking about this dinosaur, in past, and present, I got used to his unnaturaly short front limbs.But I see your point aswell, I've been there.
DaddyMack_my old friend Rob,, hehhehe, I admit, I've anoyed my friends lately, for not being to social. THX for kind comment Robert.
Supermax_thx for critique and nice comments, I am gratefull for crit aswell.
As for the arms, I dont claim them to be perfectly accurate, because they miss fourth finger
but I think they are relatively correct considering the lenght/shortnes of the arms.
Check this link,
aesis412_ hey man,, wow, thx for your time, this is enthralling for me now,honestly, and every comment is a fuel up for my project GIGANTEA, I've been working on.
I could act as if I dont care, but, as I said, getting Fpaged here at cgtalk for me is something else.
|01-29-2008, 11:46 PM||#37|
Join Date: Mar 2005
When I was a child, one of my favorite books was about Dinosaurs.
I loved the hand painted Illustrations within this book, especially the predators.
14 Years ago and with the help of my Father, I build a life size Raptor made of papmache.
I was kind of DinosaurAddicted.I think i'm relapsing 5 Stars
“Where God Went Wrong,” “Some More of God’s Greatest Mistakes” and “Who Is This God Person Anyway?”
|01-30-2008, 02:59 AM||#43|
Yay, I'm Orange...
Join Date: Jul 2002
They weren't cold blooded they were polkilotherms and that doesn't mean that they are slow and not agile. They just had to use other stratagies besides internal heat generation to maintain their body temperature and cellular function.
Great image by the way, I love how realistic yet stylized it looks. The attention to detail on the ear looks great.
"If you would stop twitching so much and shut up maybe you would learn something" -- My third grade teacher
|01-30-2008, 03:14 AM||#44|
Learning From Uportfolio
Fernando de Anda Orellana
Mexico City, Mexico
Wow, that was my favourite dinosaur when I was a child!!
(then came the movie dinosaur in which the dinosaurs speaked in good english... weird...)
Great job, congrats!
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