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Old 02 February 2002   #1
Check out this website!

Hi,
I've got a website full of game stuff, ingame and FMV, let me know what u think.

Some of its getting on a bit, had no time to do new stuff as I'm working for framestore at the moment )

Cheers
The REV

www.thereverend.co.uk
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Old 02 February 2002   #2
I love the sketches.. Cool details and style.
Rock'n'Roll.
 
Old 02 February 2002   #3
Killer Characters

Whoa! Nice character work. That is some impressive imagery.

Have a great one,
Lucid
 
Old 02 February 2002   #4
THANX

I have to admit some of the character design belongs to someone else, but faithfully transferred by yours truly

Thanks for the comments,
The REV
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Old 02 February 2002   #5
xxxx

Nice over all. I really like your mid poly models they look great!! Maybe some more 2d art huh?? He he, I come from a 2d background so I always judge artists on there 2d skills .
 
Old 03 March 2002   #6
Transitions

I like the content but the site has some problems IMO. The transitions are cute but they get annoying... they happen to slow. I think that this really make browsing the site less fun because you have to wait for the effects to happen.

While I am new to gaming art I have been designing website and flash games for years. It the transitions take longer then 3 seconds then they will annoy people. You might want to have the transitions happen once... but then not occur later on.

-Hays
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Old 03 March 2002   #7
true, true

Not a bad point. I'll put it too my web programmer! i didn't build it myself, i hear u say, what! and do all that 3d! one has to forge in one direction rather than spread too thin
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Old 03 March 2002   #8
I'd reccomend you post the poly counts for each model as well. And mention if you did the backgrounds, textures, and all that...if you didn't, say who did. Some wireframes would be nice, too.
 
Old 03 March 2002   #9
well..

well.. if you are interviewing me, I'll send you all the details you need.

Otherwise its a matter of choice. If your good, you'll be able to figure out the poly count and the texture size

The REV
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Old 03 March 2002   #10
wicked rev,,, u have some real nice stuff,,,

do u work at warhog?

dtek
 
Old 03 March 2002   #11
used to

well, I did, for four years then I went for a change and am working for Framestore (london).

Can't figure out what i'd like to carry on with now, games or post production stuff! - that said I miss playing halfy!!!
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Old 03 March 2002   #12
hehe,, cool,, well its all good!!! u r doin art and cgi!!!


i actually live a few miles away from warthog i recently moved back here after living in London for a few years,, i sent my demo cd to warthog just the other week,, dunno if they will be interested tho,, i have a post called low poly environment 2,, in the game art section(link below),,would u be interested in checking out,, maybe u can tell me how much i need to improve 2 be in with a chance,,, no worries either way just a thought,,,

http://www.cgtalk.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=3361

dtek
 
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