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  11 November 2007
Good job. I like where this piece is headed. Are you self-shadowing or using ambient occlusion at all on this piece? I think it could help push the randomness of the model more.
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  11 November 2007
mmm I saw your website

I think you have a gift

cheers
 
  11 November 2007
This is amazing... ! Definetly my type for the winner for now..
 
  11 November 2007
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  12 December 2007
Very cool image and realy standout.
Keep it up.
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  12 December 2007
wow !!

Really the best for me !

Just one little thing... Is the background blurred enough ?

I would also like to learn a bit more about how you are doing such nice pics (with a lot of talent, I think...).
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  01 January 2008
I don't understand, I didn't enter on this challenge and I'm glad, cause everyone is braking the 6th rule:

Entries must be original and must remain unpublished outside of CGSociety prior to the close of the challenge. Any entry deemed by the judges to be identical or substantially similar to any other entry previously entered will be disqualified as a derivate work.

this image:

http://www.projekt0.net/prints001.html

entered in this contest:

http://www.designineurope.eu/

and was printed previously in catalogues of: http://www.permanence.de/

http://projekt0.cgsociety.org/gallery/
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  01 January 2008
Originally Posted by mosconariz: I don't understand, I didn't enter on this challenge and I'm glad, cause everyone is braking the 6th rule:

Entries must be original and must remain unpublished outside of CGSociety prior to the close of the challenge. Any entry deemed by the judges to be identical or substantially similar to any other entry previously entered will be disqualified as a derivate work.

this image:

http://www.projekt0.net/prints001.html

entered in this contest:

http://www.designineurope.eu/

and was printed previously in catalogues of: http://www.permanence.de/

http://projekt0.cgsociety.org/gallery/


Agreed.

Execpt about I din't enter the challenge, I did and with no regret! But its a shame some people just don't stick with the rules! And I hope those judges spended some time by using google and checking people portfolio like I (and mosconariz) did say before about this entry.
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  01 January 2008
first of all I apologize for this submit and I apologize to all members of this community. It´s my fault, but this image was my first submit. I know, it is no excuse me, because I had read rules carefully. I am sure, that all judges are fair-minded and this one image will be eliminated. But rest of my works are authentic and they are unpublished. So... I don´t totally understand mosconariz´s post, what links as http://www.permanence.de/ and http://www.designineurope.eu/ in common with my other images. DesigninEurope is about webdesign, illustrations and so on, Permanence.de is dedicated to artist Russell Mills and Ian Walton.

All best,
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  02 February 2008
Hi there,

First of all big up for your renders of "microplants", they're really great.

By the way I tried Xenodream a little while and i'm pi**ed of cos of the rendering option.
How the hell are you getting such tiny details.
Does it come from the holons configuration or does it come from the rendering time and settings ?

Also your colors seems to be very well placed once again it's a mystery to me.

Would you please like to share a little bit more about getting something similar ? It would really be appreciated !!! (i alreaydy read about your how to but this is not enought ;-p)

Thanks
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  02 February 2008
Originally Posted by zerofil: Hi there,

First of all big up for your renders of "microplants", they're really great.

By the way I tried Xenodream a little while and i'm pi**ed of cos of the rendering option.
How the hell are you getting such tiny details.
Does it come from the holons configuration or does it come from the rendering time and settings ?

Also your colors seems to be very well placed once again it's a mystery to me.

Would you please like to share a little bit more about getting something similar ? It would really be appreciated !!! (i alreaydy read about your how to but this is not enought ;-p)

Thanks


Hi Zerofil,

thanks for your comment. Yes... tiny details depends on rendering time. Mostly I will let render through night. In the morning I stop render and next day I begin edit raw image from XD. So... rendering time is about 4 - 8 hours. And also I render images in high resolutions. For example, if I want final image 2560x1600 px, I render picture twice bigger 5120x3200 px.
 
  04 April 2008
Very lovely treatment ... i like it alot ....


Regards
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