Dronez Robot Highres, Alexander Hupperich (3D), (3D)

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  05 May 2003
Dronez Robot Highres, Alexander Hupperich (3D), (3D)

Title: Dronez Robot Highres, Alexander Hupperich (3D)
Software: After Effects, Maya, Photoshop

I thought it was time to render a highres still from our recent short film `dronez´. So here it is - enjoy.
Made with Maya 4.5, composed with Aftereffects with some little retouches in Photoshop (just because some things wheren´t meant to be rendered that big).
Here is a lowres version, so you don´t have to wait to long to see it.
And here is the link to the 3K version (roundabout a meg big)
See my other projects on:

DRONEZ: www.dronez.de
DRAGONS: www.huppi.de/production_gallery.html
  05 May 2003
Wow. I love the colours. Definitely reminicent of the robot from Red Planet, not that there's anything wrong with it! The metal material is great. It seems shiny and yet doesn't go overboard on the relfections. I hope you post a link of the video soon.
Nicholas Jakobsen
Founder et Poolax Supreme
  05 May 2003

Very nice
It is too terrific!! What does rendering use?

  05 May 2003
great render, from a awesome short can we see a wireframe?
Dont eat me =/
  05 May 2003
Excellent work, and i agree, it reminds me of the robot from red planet.
  05 May 2003

Any chance of a 10k?

That would be the perfect res for a 3' wide poster! (I'm not entirely sure of printing stuff, but that would be 3' wide if printed at 300dpi - thinking about it, things are probably printed at a lot higher than 300dpi for that kind of poster...

Ah well - would love to have that thing on my wall, though!
Hugh Macdonald
  05 May 2003
Thumbs down

Very nice design Really cool stuff!
  05 May 2003
Everytime I think you guys can't get any better this is an extremely crisp and detail render. I love it!

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  05 May 2003
i cant wait to see dronez :-)
Lifes journey brings pain and suffering, but in the end life brings you, the peace of death.
  05 May 2003
Quote: Sweeeet....!

That was what I was about to say!

The only thing that looks a bit off is the transparent thing with the bars in the back, it looks as though they are not casting shadows or maybe it has something to do with the specularity. That's a minor thing though, overall it looks great!
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  05 May 2003
Brillant. Looks very good with the colors and shadowing. Nice Model
"If you go parachuting, and your parachute doesn't open, and your friends are all watching you fall, I think a funny gag would be to pretend you were swimming."
  05 May 2003
Great work
Very nice
character animations
  05 May 2003



  05 May 2003
Really great stuff. Just one little thing. It seams like your rim light doesn have shadows, and goes through some parts. It might be an illusion. but if it is, then there might be a better spot for it.
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