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    I was wondering where that guy Marcel went, and bam! This is my favourite of your recent pictures. Great expression on his face.
    Mark

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    Fantastic image

    Stargo

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    Outstanding work x10!
    Hat's off to you Marcel!
    Best regards,
    Michael


    "I am still Learning"




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    le détail dans ceci étourdit, les ombres de gris un un millier

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    Marcel tous tes boulots sont splendides mais ce qui m'impressionne le plus c'est ta maitrise du logiciel. J e suis fasciné par cet outil mais je ne parviens pas a y entrer vraiment: sa philosophie est tellement differente des autres softs de 3D!
    Au fait j'ai une question: comment tu as fait les tentures dans le fond? une simple texture plaquée ou c'est reelement modelisé?
    En tout cas encore bravo!

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    merci! alfred wallace,i'm going to try to answer at this question of bacgrounds:modelised or no; well, both: i texture or a plane 3d, or more often a curved plane surface" meshed",often whith a photo , then AFTER i go gently in zadd or sub or m, to deform (a little) the plane, and it is able to take light, and to enhance 3d feeling; of course it's only for bakgrounds, or very imprecise form...in the picts i join: first,just a photo of the little country road behind a friend's farm: it was just to show to friends at the moment what happens in 3d: i apply the numeric photo on a plane 3d, then change as you see the form a little, and the light (more); it's not modelled, it's a little modelled!

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    next, you can , as in the background of the monster, model a little more: the trees are on a vertical plane, the grass on a "noisy" plane, the stoines slightle zadd; so you have a little shadows...

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    and end, in these 2, it's more complicated: in sumerian warrior, the stones are photos of stone (little ones) on sort of potatoes spheres, to have more shadows; in the sword, all the elements of snowy landscapes are on simple modelled forms, with sometimes noise (in transform palette).. Friendly M;
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    garggle, always i miss one pict...

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    IN the world of Miles Davis
    "Born to do it"!!

    just speachless marcel , just wish I could speak french to express my thanks for alowing us to set eyes upon your work,its a privalige

    thanks

    Kircho

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    IN the world of Miles Davis
    "Born to do it"!!

    just speachless marcel , just wish I could speak french to express my thanks for alowing us to set eyes upon your work,its a privalige

    thanks

    Kircho

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    Amazing artwork... simply amazing. It spurs me on to greater works. Thanks

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    Dans quels montages de résolution de télévision moniteur marcel, si je peux demander, travaillez-vous?
    j'ai apprécié aussi la brume subtile dans les certains domaines et le champs déchiqueté
    Vous êtes très prolific comment long fait il vous prend pour finir un morceau?

    adamac

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    As always i've enjoyed your work marcel. I love the painted effect you get in your artwork. Like the goblin or monster above... How do you get that painted effect? Do you think you could make a zscript on it?

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    Hi Adam
    Do you use a translator language like Google by hasard ? Your french is very special
    My english too but I don't make rely of the automatic translator maybe I should

    Hi Marcel
    Super terrific all this images

    Comme dab le "post" est un peu désordre mais cela vient
    Je ne vois pas ou est la difficulté de l'"Upload image" yaka suivre


    Hi Alfred
    Il ne faut pas hésiter à se lancer !
    ZBrush est icroyable !!!
    Il n'y a pas plus "fun" sur le marché
    And this Forum reply for all questions
    Try it you will be surprised !
    Pilou
    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
    Pilou's Galerie Pilou's Tips Tuts Page
    Cameyo's ZPlace Art Surfing Albums
    Dedicaces Perpetual Challenges
    French Pixologic Site

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