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    Biomechradiolar I (test) | model ZB

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    Beautiful work!

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    Default weaving the new track in with the others...

    Quote Originally Posted by LVXIFER View Post
    Biomechradiolar I (test) | model ZB
    ...the idea of mechanical objects that operate on the scale of Radiolarian, or even live with them, is very timely at this point in the scaffold down toward the nano-technological. It's still a fresh territory, full of speculation, and this is really convincing.

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    wonderful
    going to teach us some way?

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    Default Thanx for the great development

    Unless you wish to keep this a secret of course - please give us a run down on how you approach this stuff.

    t would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanx in advance

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    I will hire you for the remaking of the "planète sauvage" in 3d.
    We won't do such an atrocity. But, your last creations are awesome. Just add the original score of the film...

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    Quote Originally Posted by michalis View Post
    I will hire you for the remaking of the "planète sauvage" in 3d.
    We won't do such an atrocity. But, your last creations are awesome. Just add the original score of the film...
    eheh I take u seriously, this a is a little hommage to this great cartoon , a quick test with Zbrush
    Enjoy Michalis
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    Default Now you should do a mock-up of an Ohm...

    Quote Originally Posted by LVXIFER View Post
    eheh I take u seriously, this a is a little hommage to this great cartoon , a quick test with Zbrush
    Enjoy Michalis
    ...what style to approach the little human pets!

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    Oh my, awesomeness.
    Well, I had a more "modern" (anyway), more zbrushing approach in mind.

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    I cant believe this.... i saw this movie when i was a kid... like very young and could not remember what it was called. I had been looking for it for some time and now i know! The blue people was what i remembered with the red bulging eyes! I immediately knew what you were modeling. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixto View Post
    I cant believe this.... i saw this movie when i was a kid... like very young and could not remember what it was called. I had been looking for it for some time and now i know! The blue people was what i remembered with the red bulging eyes! I immediately knew what you were modeling. Thanks!
    Thx to you too, this was done for joke while talking with Michalis. It's pure fun and old style feel.
    Now another painting, different version for a model made and rendered in BPR in ZB with 2 custom materials. Background PS.

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    Thumbs up

    This one really rocks .... Perhaps my favorite! Cheers, David
    And so we came forth and once again beheld the stars.
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    Wow, very mysterious and expressive! I really like the choice of gold on that green.

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    whoa..! that last one .. that would make a great art installation somewhere.. almost Dali-esque..! awsum..
    http://shadowship.blogspot.com/

    a whoosh and twinkle is better than a sizzle and splat

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyrellcorp View Post
    whoa..! that last one .. that would make a great art installation somewhere.. almost Dali-esque..! awsum..
    I agree, Dali immediately came to mind.

    Looks great as always!

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