Hi there, i made this picture for the coming halloween, hope you like it, c&c are welcome. I made it, with 3dsmax5, final render and photoshop.
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This is fuckin exellent man....
Really nice job. I like the vibrant colors....
another on the way.
GReat job on the little bugger. Whats he stealing btw? Candy, or marbles. With it being a halloween thing, Im assuming its candy, but you never know...
There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
No one complains about life drawing,
so take a photo.
its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
Pas sans casque le calin.
Very nice btw. I'd love to see an anim à la Chubbs-Chubbs of this. Just daydreaming..
Very, very nice. I like the lighting, and colors. Cool concept as well. Reminds me of the comic "Johnny the homicidal maniac".
"A pat on the back is only a few inches away from a kick in the ass."
:chug: sweet goodness! Love it! You makin it a short? Would be awesome animated!
Yeah I love the vibrant colours and the lighting. The character design is very Tim Burton and looks like a lot of the stuff from his book of cartoon scribbles and poetry. If you don't own it then you MUST get it, your style and humour are really similar. I hope you take this as the compliment it was meant to be and not an insult. Its called the melancholy death of oyster boy and other tales.
I do think it is VERY neat and the overall pic looks extremely well polished to me. If I ever produce something half as cool as this I would be over the moon.
The man who can't leave shadow will never see the sun.
This character is really cute and you capture his personality in the render. I would kinda like to see him a bit more surprised that the gumballs fell on the floor, though. Maybe have one eyebrow slightly raised higher than the other - or since he has no eyebrows - one eye larger than the other. Do you know what I mean? Becuase he has black voids for eyes it's just hard to tell where he's looking.
I like him a lot though and would love to see him animated!
Wow! Pixar quality!!! I love it.
oooh! aaaaaaaaaaahhhh! great skethes, and again, i'm still lovin it man...very stylish, and reminds me somehow of calvin and my inner kid, anyway, great!
oh and : salut l'ami francais and payback, it's cool that you know JTHM...
great work man....
Last edited by spok; October 22nd, 2003 at 06:48 AM.
All around a beautiful rendering - I'm not sure it terms of crit, but the chair seems small - or maybe he seems too big in the scene. The lighting kicks, though, and the character design is tops. The wart on his eye, for some reason, creeps me out.
fantastic! i love it x 10000
This is a great piece. The lighting, depth of field, and glow effects are what really set it off.
This is well thought out peice.. I love the marbles on the floor ....
Vary good work ... would love to see more
I am everywhere,
I am Nowhere.
while I really love the render, I cant help but wonder... I love in the concept drawint the blankness of his eyes. is there a way to achieve that result in 3d? I cant even imagine how to go about getting that effect, possibly negative lights, with a small self illumination map? not sure, but great image man!
That's a cool little character. Do you have a back story on how he got so screwed up?
Very nice, I have to agree with Monkeyburger about parallels with Tim Burton’s work. Makes you wonder how a project with the creative juice of Nightmare Before Xmas executed with a 3D toolset would be received. My only issue with the render is the lack of a cast shadow from the lamp behind him. Placing a second offset shadow for the main ch. and the foreground objects could only help the scene.
Awesome it looks like a still from a pixar movie :chug:
Can we see a wireframe model of the scene?
Man, thats so kewl.
awesome - i love the hilites on his head...
good stuff......like the lighting
After all, dog is a dog. A duck is a duck. But a cat is a person.
Wow thats cool got anything animated?
We now return you to Bullit already in progress...
goron was abducted or what ?
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