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Old 06 June 2008   #1
Chair in Room

Old 06 June 2008   #2
Man, this is awesome! Love your style. What are the 2D elements? the halo and horns and lighting effects? Great piece.
Trey Cook
-Avid Editor/Compositor/3D Artist
Old 06 June 2008   #3
Talking What parts are 2d and What Parts are 3d


This is the first image I have ever posted on CG Society.

To build this piece I used 3D software Maya, Cinema 4D, and Modo. The 3d objects are the wall, floor, chair, abstract fusion piece with wings, the circular object above the spray can, the glass lamp and the vent at the lower right hand side.

The 2D software used are After Effects and Photoshop. The elements that are 2D are the lighting effects and the streaking style.

Old 06 June 2008   #4
Very cool! I love the style of the composition, especially the chair! Thanks for sharing your techniques. To be the first image on CGS you are doing pretty good, haha!
Trey Cook
-Avid Editor/Compositor/3D Artist
Old 06 June 2008   #5
Dude this is really cool, but today is the 20th... I think the people running the competition need to make it clearer what's going on.

Last edited by Samione : 06 June 2008 at 05:37 PM.
Old 06 June 2008   #6
Thanks for the compliment.

Yeah I know on the picture it says June 20 but I uploaded it before the 20th. I thought it was kind of weird it said that.
Old 06 June 2008   #7
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