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    Post AGALYCHNIS CALLIDRYAS (yep.. a frog)

    Well, no blood, scars, zombie ooze on this one. A humble red-eyed tree frog made from ZSpheres.




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    awesome change of pace glen... that frog is awesomely done.

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    Speechless!
    I salute you and can only hope that some day I'll get to a stage where...speechless.
    (M willing 2 fly over 4 some private lessons)
    Fets

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    Beautiful work. That's the level of realism I always tried for in my wildlife art.

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    looks really really good , glenn.
    Any tips on how to achieve that amount of realism ?

    great texture too , painted on directly or texturemaster ?

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    Hoppin' Awesome!

    I almost expected it to turn and look at me.

    Would love to see the zif construct for this one.

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    A fantastic change of pace for you bud! And wonderfully done. So how long have you worked for National Geographic?

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    very kewl frog Glen. There is an another artist that I checked a book out on a while back, name escapes me, but on the cover of his book it had a little tree frog that he painted....thought it was a photo at first then I read of his techniques in acrylics. snicker..so I got off subject...anyways this little eyecatcher of yours reminded me of his work and that book. Splendidly colored also Glen. Very nice to see this suprise from you.

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    yes, but he looks like he could eat something--makes me want to go watch the Discovery channel right now--very cool

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    I have to admit, I thought "Ken B" when I saw the thumb! Excellent work on this atypical subject for you, Glen - I'd like to see more in this style.

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    Cool

    Makes for a welcome change of pace! Excellent modeling and texturing! The colour is refreshing and the depth of field adds to the realism. More please!

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    Frog is the cousin of the lizzard who is the cousin of the dragon
    The horror is hatching
    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
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    French Pixologic Site

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    Wink

    <BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR> Well, no blood, scars, zombie ooze on this one. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    It's not an Undead frog?? Well, it's at least poison, right?



    Have you posted this to CGTalk?

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    "Talent and all that for the most part is nothing but hogwash. Any schoolboy with a little aptitude might very well draw better than I perhaps; but what he most often lacks is the tough yearning for realization, the teeth-grinding obstinacy and saying: even though I know I'm not capable of it, I'm still going to do it." -- M.C. Escher, in a letter to his son Arthur, 12 February 1955

    http://www.ejectejecteject.com/

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    Red face

    Yet another level to aspire to!!! In my dreams! Haven't even figured out round one in this program.
    Awesomely realistic render!!!

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