Corpus Hypercubicus, Edwin Arellano (3D)

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Old 10 October 2007   #1
Corpus Hypercubicus, Edwin Arellano (3D)



Title: Corpus Hypercubicus
Name: Edwin Arellano
Country: Ecuador
Software: CINEMA 4D, Photoshop

Hi, all this is one of my last works, it was made for the challenger of elaborated a pictorial work of recognized artist, I Chosen to Salvador Dali for being a fanatic of your art, the select work titles " Corpus Hipercubicus " do not reach in time in my participation like that that stays out of the contest, it was made in Cinema 4D with some color retouches in Photoshop, hope u like it, as always critics and comments are wellcome.

I had the pleasing invitation of the people of c4des.com to take part of an article and for the front page of in her c4desmagazine, in this where, an article of since this image was made.
C4desmagazine 4

cheers,
Edwin Arellano
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Old 10 October 2007   #2
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fantabulous work !
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Old 10 October 2007   #3
great work! 2*??? well, hopefully 5* from me will improve thing's a bit!
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Old 10 October 2007   #4
:)

being an avid lover of dali myself my oppinion is slightly bias, however with this in mind I LOVE THIS PIECE... nice

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Old 10 October 2007   #5
a good effort.

I also admire dali's original painting.

I think you have made a good effort and a good piece of work.

A few things a want to point out. The background looks a bit photographic and the distant mountains would be much darker in reality.

The anatomy on the body isnt subtle enough especially the vastus medialis muscles on the leg and the biceps.

The lighting also looks over exposed compared to the original.

Nice work
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Old 10 October 2007   #6
wow very nice - I'ts very uncommon to see religious themed renders here.
 
Old 10 October 2007   #7
Thx for your comentaries, at the same time as it realized the reproduction of the painting to 3D quice to give him a small personal touch as for the light in 3D, the lighting and the setting formed for dalÝ apparently is very artistic since if They analyze held up does not fulfill a natural lighting in real life, there is very surrealistic the way of illuminating of the Master DalÝ, in this case it was a question of elaborating a work 3D, and though they do not create it I had to look for some trap and tecnics to obtain a lighting that catches the expression of DalÝ's work, since I wait my work pleases them and thank you very much again for his good critiques and commentaries

I had the pleasing invitation of the people of c4des.com to take part of an article in her c4des magazine, in this where, an article of since this image was made, download free this magazine with a very interesting content, from this link:
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