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Old 03 March 2005   #1
Master and Servant 3D Entry: Yanick Martineau

Yanick Martineau has entered the Master and Servant 3D.

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Latest Update: Lighting: Dance hall


I guess this will be my last post in this competition. It is now painfully obvious that will not be able to finish in time. Like Murphy's laws say, anything that can go wrong will go wrong. I first caught a computer virus which set me back a lot and than, poor planning and a major underestimation of the learning curve for Character Studio did me in. I am sad, but I enjoyed the challenge and learned a lot, which was the main reason in participating anyway. I'm already looking forward to the next challenge and hope I will be able to participate fully and, of course, fair better. Thanks to all of you who have left comments. Good luck, and remember, you are all great.
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Old 03 March 2005   #2
Concept Sketch: At The Service of Art



I'm using the theme as a metaphore for the relationship between the prima ballerina and her craft and the relationship between her and the ballet mistress.
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Old 03 March 2005   #3
Hi!

I'm new to treads. Being introverted, I tend to stay reserved and quiet but I'll do my best to come out of my shell. I've entered the contest so I could practice skill I haven't used for a long time. I am starting with a handicap since I've recently upgraded from 3DS Max 4 to 3DS Max 7 and Iím still lost in it. I do hope my final image will convey all the emotion I'm trying to communicate. I am going for a very atmospheric rehearsal hall.

I'm French-Canadian so please excused my English. Thanks
 
Old 03 March 2005   #4
Modeling: WIP



I have started to create the ballerina using the box modeling technique.
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Old 03 March 2005   #5
Looking good, nice concept...nice leg ^_^ Good luck with your entry!
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Old 03 March 2005   #6
Modeling: WIP ballerina



The ruff modeling of the body is going quite fast. I will however have to spend quite some time pulling vertices before it is acceptable.
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Old 03 March 2005   #7
Modeling: WIP ballerina's body



I am going for a slightly exaggerated look. Not quite cartoony, but not photo realist either. I haven't decided on the look of the head and face yet. I want to do something in the same line has the body, but without falling in the trap of making it Manga like. I want to do something we might see in Nature event if it is unlikely :)

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Old 03 March 2005   #8
Modeling: Ballerina's head WIP



I have started on the ballerina's head. Not quite there yet.
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Old 04 April 2005   #9
Modeling: balerina -assembled



I have finished the head and assembled it on the body. I still need to model the eyes and the cloth.
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Old 04 April 2005   #10
Unhappy

Wow! I am way behind compare to the other participants. I know that character modeling is my weakest point. I hope I will be able to gain some terrain when the time come to light and texture the scene.
 
Old 04 April 2005   #11
Looking good man, Get some clothes on that girl...it's cold in these here forum rooms
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Old 04 April 2005   #12
Modeling: costume



Here is the ballerina's costume so far. I won't play with it anymore until I have modeled the ballet-mistress.
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Old 04 April 2005   #13
Nice figure!
Spiral the folds in the socks more (leg warmers).
Keep em comin
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Old 05 May 2005   #14
Lighting: Dance hall



I guess this will be my last post in this competition. It is now painfully obvious that will not be able to finish in time. Like Murphy's laws say, anything that can go wrong will go wrong. I first caught a computer virus which set me back a lot and than, poor planning and a major underestimation of the learning curve for Character Studio did me in. I am sad, but I enjoyed the challenge and learned a lot, which was the main reason in participating anyway. I'm already looking forward to the next challenge and hope I will be able to participate fully and, of course, fair better. Thanks to all of you who have left comments. Good luck, and remember, you are all great.
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