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    Hello fellow ZPeople,
    Here is my latest:
    Both creatures (Sami and Louie) were created from scratch in Z2 using ZSpheres with Adaptive Skinning. They were both then made poseable in Poser5, posed, then brought back into Z2 for the final scene.
    The tree, chain and rope were all made using ZSpheres with Adaptive Skinning.
    The rocks were made from both Sphere3d shapes and several old ZSphere head models I sculpted in Z2.
    The key and the cage were both modeled in Rhino3.
    The whole scene was composed and rendered in Z2.
    No Postwork(except my Logo and jpeg conversion)
    I lost lots of detail when resizing and converting this image for the net.
    Thanks for looking,
    Michael
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    Wouah, the tree is really great !

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    Hi Michael,
    Work hard in this time
    Good stuff like always.
    It's a good thingh see a finish composition;
    Too many wip and not so much finish work around in the forum
    Bye
    leo

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    awesome! cery cool character and the tree is just amazing. the green vegetation on the left seems a bit too white, made me think of iceberg lettuce. the rocks are awsome and i like the composition!


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    really cool.

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    Great finished picture Michael I love that gnarly tree. The perspective of the cage confuses me a little and the long grass on the left seems to bright(on my monitor) but apart from that everything looks great. Nice work.

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    superb job fitting all the stuff together into the composition! can we get a close up of the cage and the little guy inside?

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    Cool Fantasy...

    ...land
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    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
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    Thanks everyone, I appreciate the responses and feedback!
    The iceburg lettuce look was on purpose.

    -dado, here is a closeup of Louie in the cage.

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    i love the little guy.
    you know he exists only to raise hell... hehehehe

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    ;~) Yes indeed!
    Thanks!


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    great image and modeling micheal as usual keep um coming

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    This is a great picture PusGhetty, could be a still from an CGI-movie..but don't
    tell me that box is square, i think you overstretched the forced perspective

    jantim

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    Thanks Gary!
    Jantim,
    Thanks, Yeah I did force the perspective on that cage... just having some fun and bending some rules!
    Best regards,
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