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    evening all!

    i did a bit more work on the cliffs.

    tools used: trim brushes, hpolish, crumple (love that one for doing rock surfaces) and damstandard. i probally used a few more, but those where the main brushes.
    after doing the four "sections" i dynameshed them and hollowed them out. next, i'll align them with each other and cut off overlapping parts and start thinking of smart places for the keys.

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    This is coming together nicely. Can't wait to see it all done up. It's a unique idea.

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    thanks a lot paul!

    here's sorta my finished piece... i'll sleep on it as see if i call it done.


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    I laugh every time i see this.

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    hey all!

    here's my final entry for the contest.
    it's been great fun to be part of this and to see how you, the rest of the gang tackle your approach.



    Rasmus Warming

    additional views in next entry.

    -r
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    Default Final entry (extra views)





    here's a render with the final subtools split out. one of the porgs have been keyed, with the legs standing on the rockbase.


    and finally here's the different passes i used for the final picture. -mostly a lot of variations of the beauty render.


    -r
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    Thumbs up Yup, Awesome!

    We love it. Thanks for putting this together!

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    I find the different poses and expressions of the porgs lovely and funny.
    Great work, @rasmusW !
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    This one cranks the Cute Factor dial to 11. It's easily the most fun of the entries. Good job.

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    hahahahhaa super cute the kid could be dressed as Luke plus his bottle of green milk
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    thanks a lot everyone. i'm really glad to hear you like it and and also very proud of being part of this contest. you did amazing work.

    -r
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