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    I am wondering about the eye forms. Is their sphericity perfect, or are they squashed in a little? I'm working on just for fun sculpt of Neytiri and Jake. Using standard Zspheres in their native sphericity looks off. Maybe it's a placement and size misnomer on my end.

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    Default Fantastic Work

    Wow. Fantastic work. Top of the catagory.

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    Hi Patton! Very very very very very great work. I started my work in 3D design in software like ZBrush because of my inspiration of Avatar movie. I never did anything in 3D software, except little animation and modeling in Maya, but nothing like this. So because my obsession (i can call it like that ) with Avatar movie I want to make myself like Avatar in ZBrush, so if you have any tips how to create myself first as a man, and than as Na'vi it would be great. I can see that you make a exact copy of faces of Jake and Grace, so does any tip for me to doing just like that?

    P.S. What software you use to add hair on you models on this thread, and what rendering software you use to make this photos?

    Great thanks in advance

    P.S.s. You can see my animation and modelin in Maya on this link, and share comments here if you want http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WyXo2PAtos

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    Awesome stuff!!!

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    these might be useful to you ...try searching for: Image Modeling software
    In maya 2010 there is complete tool set to create realistic hair.
    the rest of the work is all skill and learned technique.
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    Thanks man I appreciate that

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    Thanks for answer )) I hope Patton will answer too

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    Quote Originally Posted by hellboy_1
    hey Patton what was the rendering time? how much time was spent on rendering?
    I don't know that someone answered you, but I found that the rendering of the movie was 1 frame - 100hours !!!! Really AMAZING.

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    Oh, so it only took them 73820160000 hours to render it out cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillahPriest
    Oh, so it only took them 73820160000 hours to render it out cool.
    He he, probably yes on one computer, but I also found that for rendering of the movie was used 3rd largest computer system in the world (WETA Digital), which consists of 10 000 quad core processors with 108 TB of RAM memory )) That information blew me away from my PC

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    Are you sure!?! have you read this article?: http://www.nvidia.com/object/wetadigital_avatar.html
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    Hi Patton!!!...Your work is a great inspiration!!! I am privileged to be here admiring his art.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberSpawn2100
    Are you sure!?! have you read this article?: http://www.nvidia.com/object/wetadigital_avatar.html
    You can check here:

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage...00m-movie.html

    or

    http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/a...behind-avatar/

    )))

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    Scott Patten you did an amazing work !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. Yesterday I have seen at cinema AVATAR and I was so fascinated !! The design of the characters and environment WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW. I've never seen something like that.
    May I please allow a few questions:

    1.) The bio-luminescent environment is great. Like a fairy tale.
    How have you designed and produced the environment ?

    2.) How did you addeded the brilliant light effects ? Concerning the skin and wood environment.

    3.) How did you you create and animate the hair ? Zrbush can't do that in my opinion.

    4.) How did you animate the facial expressions during film ? In my opinion ZBrush is only able for creating 3D modells but no animation

    5.) Have you used GI for realistic realism in combination with HDR pictures oder even point and area light's ?

    6.) Wo did you realized the water animations ? For example the waterfalls or the scene were she is drinking water.

    7.) How long have you been rendering the total film ?

    8.) How did you create the eyes? They look so real !

    I would be glad enormous Scott Patterns when you answer me

    Greetings

    Jorgos
    Last edited by Jorgos; 03-07-10 at 10:04 AM.

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    This is the coolest 3d film I've ever seen. It is definatly one of my all time favorites. Which is saying something because Transfomers 1-2 and Armaggeddon were haven't been shaken by anything till I saw this. It takes a lot for a movie to make my favorites. And the fact that this was a 3d film made it all the better. GREAT WORK!!!!!

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