1970 Plymouth Fury, Syplenko Denis (3D)

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  05 May 2009
really nice mood and comp work.
the only thing that does not look right are the non smooth reflections in some of the views.
  05 May 2009
Holy crap, the headlights are blowing my mind, great work.
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  05 May 2009
Awesome job!! Look how beautiful those cars looked back then. Sigh. They just dont make them like that anymore....look at that trunk space....no wonder there has been a decline in the mafia here in the USA....they cant fit those dead bodies into today's trunks anymore.
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  05 May 2009
Excellent stuff !
Beautiful renders with different mood and types of render.
Model looks amazing too !
You can be proud of yourself !
  05 May 2009
I love it!!

Damn, I like colors, model, photoshop edits, i like it all!

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  08 August 2009
please re-upload other images of your work
  10 October 2009

Thanks for comments guys!
Here is the interview with me about this project. I hope you will be interested .
  10 October 2009
Nice interview Denis! You deserve all the attention, and then some.

I would love to hear a little more on the tools you use for post-production: are the depth-of-field effects generated at the render stage, or do you use something like DOF Pro? I know that DOF pro handles both spherical and chromatic aberrations, which your renders so sweetly employ. The color grading I suppose could be done in photoshop.

At any rate, you have such an amazing attention to detail for shading and rendering. More importantly you treat the pixels as living things, reacting to film exposure, grain, lens characteristics, alchemy of light, photo paper surface, scanning artifacts, printed paper surface, printing artifacts, etc.--and do it all with a nice sense of balance and poise.

  10 October 2009
I'm stunned by how good these images are. The modeling and rendering are top-notch, but what really puts them over the top is your framing. The first image, in particular, is such a wonderful angle: unexpected and evocative. Every one of your renders has so much art in them. This is truly superlative work.
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  10 October 2009
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