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    HAHAHHA I was trying to figure out what he was doing with his hands, this is awesome haha
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    Really cool work dude
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    x-titan - hahaha i was thinking in that idea too.

    aliengraphic - thanks a lot
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    some passes

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    I really had fun with this project, I´ve learned a lot from many talented people.

    thanks to everyone involved in this contest.

    good luck to all.

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    well , this is it ...

    how many times has this happened?...

    when you are about to finish and then something happens, i think this is one of the most frustrating things that could happen to an artist, don´t you think?


    the core idea here could be. learn to expect the unexpected.

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    Bloody Brilliant!!! I love how this one came out. I love the story behind it and all the little notes

    I was hoping you could help me out and do a short tutorial on how to render out the object pass (the one where each object is a different color so it can be used to easily mask out in photoshop). Thanks in advance! All the best
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    x-titan -- thanks for your comment, about what you ask , for sure here it is , I hope you find it useful.




    only when you have filled all the subtools make the BPR.
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    Hey Ulises, thanks for the super fast reply, I thought maybe there was a faster way than this :/ maybe there's like an auto assign button somewhere that doesn't ruin the color data already applied? haha probably not

    I could do it on a separate save but then if I move something or change the composition, everything is ruined Thanks again for the help
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    Amazing entry UlisesVirgen, the whole scene, props and his frustration . Overall the project came out very well specially render and texturing part as I spent whole night to figure out good light and material setting but couldn't figured out well. Good luck for your entry.

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    Man this must have taken some time to position all the props! Love the blue screen of death...

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    x-titan, narendraK, LynneMitchel

    one of the best things about this contest is the new friends i could make.
    let´s keep in touch.
    thanks to all you guys, best of luck..


    by the way
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