|08 August 2004||#1|
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Daniel Iulian Vijoi
AMC Pixel Factory
Join Date: Jan 2004
Mother Care, Vijoi Daniel Iulian(techart) (2D)
Title: Mother Care
Name: Vijoi Daniel Iulian(techart)
This is one of my last works.It's done from the Machineflesh challenge.This is how it looks now ..probably if I've had more time.....
I've changed the entire thinking of the image and story once with the modifyings....
The story :
machines rules the underwhater world...they begin to think and to learn from peoples...
they give born to other like them via modifying machines or animals
they even take from the humans the care for the small ones
|08 August 2004||#3|
2 packs of sugar, no milk
3d background designer, texture artist. Motion pictures/television series/video games
Join Date: Jun 2002
Great piece! The composition is great, and it feels like there's an interesting story behind it. My crit to make this piece better is to re-work the metallic texture to make it dirtier in some spots, and shinier in others
|08 August 2004||#4|
Join Date: Dec 2003
I really like the metallic texture, because it has something quite organic at the same time;
this is what made me immediatey think about the machineflesh thing.
CASSIN aka ARO aka MISSAC ( multiple personnality .... Oh, how weird :) )
|08 August 2004||#7|
Join Date: Jun 2003
I especially like the robotic head design.
It doesn't look underwater at all; too clean atmosphere.
EDT: Atmosphere, I mean... it shouldn't look like atmosphere. Erm. Well, you got it.
Last edited by samize : 08 August 2004 at 08:25 AM.
|08 August 2004||#10|
Redwood City, USA
Join Date: May 2003
I really like the way this work goes in a different direction from most of the machinefleshers. It really feels like the story here is unique and the look of the machine integration is also refreshing as well. It looks more "natural" in a sense than a lot of the other works, which tend to emphasize the discontinuity between machine and flesh rather than the symbiotic aspect. Bravo.
|08 August 2004||#15|
3D character modeling, animation and rigging/comic book penciller
Love the detail and the textures are awesome...
man i am clueless as to how you did the big snake... lots of almost "architectural" detail!
did u use autocad? no just kiddin... exellent work
my only crit is that i have to agree with samael3d... you can only tell its underwater if you look at the water surface on top but they dont seem to be underwater, maybe inside a buble but not technically underwater... anyways i love it!
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