Title: :: Nina - T H E // E V O L U T I O N // O F // B O
Name: Christopher Clark Bischoff
Country: South Africa
Software: 3dsmax And Paintshop Pro
:: Nina - T h e // E v o l u t i o n // o f // B o n e ::
Not merely a joining of bone, flesh, blood, and metal-but a complete fusion, where one is no different from the other. Muscle weaves in with hydrolic pumps, brain tissue and silicon chips exist and function without boundries, without limits. A true living breathing creation-technology and humanity comeing together, creating its first hybrid soul.
A human and robot have ‘concieved’ this child. The 1st in the next step of evolution. A creation of love for some, but a bastardisation of humanity for others.
Not entirely human, not entirely machine.
Alone in the womb-peaceful…innocent…
Done for the Machine Flesh challenge. Congrats to all the winners, and all the participants!
Time taken was the whole 3 months of the challenge, only working on and off weekends, and the occasional caffine induced night.
All 3D work done in MAX 5, using all its standard tools (no fancy plugins), with the exception of Niel Blevins WIRE JUMBLE script.
Post was completed in Paint Shop Pro.
Questions and comments are always appreciated!
A recent HD crash saw me losing my final full sized comp, although I do still have all of her 3d files.
I think I can safely file her in my ‘completed works’ file, and I doubt I will revisit her anytime soon.
Thanks to CGTalk for allowing me this fantastic opportunity!
She is hosted in the…erm…hosted gallery, but I owuld really like to get a feel from you guys as to weather got the ‘feeling’ of peace and innocense out of the image-along with making it a little ‘disturbing’ to look at.