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Old 10-07-2006, 10:34 AM   #31
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wow great start, wish you all the best for the contest.
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Old 10-07-2006, 12:33 PM   #32
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Hey Damir, thanks to stopping by. If Sketches can help, it's cool, but with care because it's my understanding way, maybe not the good way, we never know.
For the library, want to give an old used concrete-metal feeling from past to futur with totally changing architecture in the middle of the building, more cold, more futuristic and with enormous base, which can support big stucture.
Tones was choose to give the feeling of an abandonned city, cold and lonely, maybe not definitive.

In any case, see you here it's always a pleasure.

Hey Elendil thanks ! can't wait to see your first concept, are you ok with the book (think me I let him under my bed.... ) ?

Jddog thanks dude for coming and for your cool words. See you soon here or on your thread.
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Old 10-07-2006, 01:08 PM   #33
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Niceness on the sketches. Really like them so far. Being sure to keep up, but still had no time to read book
 
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Concept Sketch or 3D pre-visualization: Scientist and Guard character



Hi guys, here the final character after some search about the scientist and military guard.
I've took my inspirations in movies like Hellboy, Captain sky, and works of Jean-paul Gaultier on the fifth element movie.

Scientist dress will be blue, as it describe in the book, and some parts green (to recall access level).
Military dress will be in black leather, with some parts khaki green, kevlar on chest, and a tazer stick.
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Hey nice concepts, its interesting to see how other people have imagined to same scene differently. I like your concept for the scientist. Good luck with this and I'm looking forward to seeing more work posted here.
 
Old 10-09-2006, 06:11 AM   #36
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I really appreciate the train for sure... and the 2 guys are good too... that start more of good... good elements, good recipe...
 
Old 10-09-2006, 07:23 AM   #37
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Yes i like them ...
And me who don't find an idea
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Old 10-09-2006, 07:41 AM   #38
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TheSoracle, thanks dude ! I've found again the book under my bed ( ), and read it this weekend, 2 hundred pages, but really difficult to follow...hard style of writing. I don't know if it's me or the book...

Tenacious, thanks to stopping here few moment, you'll always welcome here. Thanks for comment and good luck for your insane project

Laurent, thanks, I don't know why but I was sure a retro stylish train could be in your taste

Elendil, thanks friend Rest lots of weeks to find and exploitable idea. I'm not worried about you


I've now the scientist, military guard, and the train, (train for chamber 7, or wheels variant for chamber 2). Now I'll work on garry and patricia to finish characters.
And after that....the city or camp, when i decide one of two i'll take.

Thanks for support guys
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yo boy

thats a very good point to you !
These sketch are very good and the design of this two character is cool too !
So now lets go with the organic modeling ... maybe Zbrushing ?
(i love this term zbrushing, its like what i do every morning a brushing )
(personal joke of course )

good luck cyril

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Quote:
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(i love this term zbrushing, its like what i do every morning a brushing )
(personal joke of course )

I always like your blond jokes Flae always terribly you

Sorry for the out subject Cyril
 
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No problem Laurent, don't worry. But please don't talk about hair, it's a sensible subject to me since i've opened 3ds

Laeticia...girls and her bathroom ! thanks god, mankind have created hairbrush and hair drier

To answer your question, modeling will be done with 3dstudio max, maybe Zbrush too, depend on the cam angle and distance from the main characters.
Thanks for your comment.
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Old 10-09-2006, 01:26 PM   #42
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Concept Sketch or 3D pre-visualization: Cityscape Concept



Here the final rush for the cityspace concept.
If I decide to take this option, it's from street of Alexandrie, as final picture, to an Alexandrie cityscape for the movie sequence, with a simple camera travelling.
Now must to work on the Scientist Camp concept, to make my choice quickly.
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Et Julien il fait pas le concours?
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héhé Mathias...
Tu connais assez Julien je pense pour savoir que c'est pas trop son truc, et en plus il est assez occupé en ce moment
J'ai eu vent de ta migration a Darkworks, je te felicite, tu passeras le bonjour à Nicolas, le game designer, de la part d'un vieux pote de BTS
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Old 10-09-2006, 02:22 PM   #45
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Good start. However, I think the tube should be much, much higher off in the distance and not so close to the buildings. At least that is what I perceive from the book's description.

Keep going.
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