"I've become addicted to TV" September Freebie Challenge

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  • edited December 1969

    Yay, I made it to the closing credits! :-) Congratulations to all the participants, and thanks to everyone who helps make this fun art-jam & loony-bin possible!

    cheers
    Alan

  • Takeo.KenseiTakeo.Kensei Posts: 935
    edited October 2012

    I'm happy to get the third place :) yeah.

    Congrats to all winners and participant and thanks to all the organisators, donors and judge and other people who are invested in making this challenge and make it fun and particularly Krissy who hosted this month's challenge. Let's have more fun with next month challenge as it's goin' to be very fun

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  • OdaaOdaa Posts: 246
    edited December 1969

    congrats to all the winners-I enjoyed looking at the entries alot.

  • Lord GanthorLord Ganthor Posts: 543
    edited December 1969

    Congratulations to all the winners and honorable mentions for this month! My thanks to the judges for 2nd place (although I though it was a pretty lousy render, but thanks just the same). Now, who's ready for a real knock-down-drag-out for October?

  • DorseylandDorseyland Posts: 708
    edited December 1969

    My thanks to the judges for 2nd place (although I thought it was a pretty lousy render)

    I agree, but Krissy and Rob outvoted me.

    JUST KIDDING! You hit the theme nail on the head, Ganthor, which if it doesn't count for the judges as much as the overall image, really ought to. And it was a great render anyway.

    Congratulations to the winners, hearty cheer for hard-working Krissy, and special thanks to Teresa, BWSMan, Mavelle and Krissy for the cool door prizes. Who am I missing? Oh, yeah, Music! (What is it he does again?)

  • TjohnTjohn Posts: 7,409
    edited December 1969

    Congrats everyone! And even though I didn't make an entry, I had a lot of fun at this crazy freebie party (my first). Looking forward to the next one! :-)

  • KrissyKrissy Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    My thanks to the judges for 2nd place (although I thought it was a pretty lousy render)

    I agree, but Krissy and Rob outvoted me.

    JUST KIDDING! You hit the theme nail on the head, Ganthor, which if it doesn't count for the judges as much as the overall image, really ought to. And it was a great render anyway.

    Congratulations to the winners, hearty cheer for hard-working Krissy, and special thanks to Teresa, BWSMan, Mavelle and Krissy for the cool door prizes. Who am I missing? Oh, yeah, Music! (What is it he does again?)

    Rigghht Dorsey... Like I was checking your votes :P :P

    Oh you know I did ;) I took yours and robs votes into pretty much considirations.
    I developed a "point system" for picking the winners, using my judges votes, and whjen some are to close I use my own opinion .

    So I sent out the prize. please bare with me, since I yet await a message from Ann :)

    Ahh.. and if I wil mispell someone, please shout it out to me

  • KrissyKrissy Posts: 0
    edited October 2012

    Just got a message:)
    Winners please contact Ann trought the PM with your choices.
    Here is her forum profile : http://www.daz3d.com/forums/member/86309/

    And give her a huge kiss, since she really deserves it :D

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  • DaremoK3DaremoK3 Posts: 386
    edited December 1969

    I DIDN'T WIN!?! INCONCEIVABLE!!!

    Just jokes... I only entered because it was a good theme, and once I saw PhilC's freebies to choose from set off a light-bulb in my head. I never expected to win. It gave me structure, and something to focus on for a couple of weeks, and I'm surprised I got it done in time.


    Congratulations to the winners. Well deserved.

    My first place pic is Takeo.Kensei's Mystery Machine render. Love that one. You did a great job, Takeo. The only thing that would have made it perfect in my eyes would be an ascot around Fred's neck...


    And...

    Thank you, Dorseyland, for cluing me into something very important.

    I misread the opening post. I thought it said "my" favorite T.V. show...


    O.k., anyone know the next set of judges favorite monsters?

  • robkelkrobkelk Posts: 3,190
    edited December 1969

    Congratulations, all! This wasn't easy to judge.

    I'm very carefully not judging this month, on account of I'm hosting next month... (And I want to submit an entry this month, too.)

  • ShanarahShanarah Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Congratulations to the winners! Great work guys.

    Thank you, Krissy, for hosting such an interesting themed challenge. I really enjoyed it. :) Hopefully things calm down for you soon. And thank you for honorable mention.

    Also, thank you to the generous creators who donated the wonderful gifts and prizes. Can't wait to play with them!

  • KrissyKrissy Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    You welcome all :)
    rob, you did really woderful job judging. As did Dorsey.

    Shanarah, I am still sorry you didn't menage to get your last render in on time.

    And thank you all again. you did such a wonderful job on rendering, and making it a very fun and enjoyable month :D

    As for my RL.. well next 4 months at least I am off.. I have things on my head which makes me unable to focus on other things, dus pretty much useless ;)

  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 7,345
    edited December 1969

    Krissy said:

    I also would like to say that I made a decisson to leave the challenge. I have a lot of fun here, but right at this moment my RL became little to complicated. I am on a raugh path now and have to put all my energy in it..Be sure that I will come over every now and then,


    I hope everything works out for you, Krissy! Be well!

    Dana

  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 7,345
    edited December 1969

    Congratulations to the winners and honorable mentions!

    Dana

  • nitehawk_ltdnitehawk_ltd Posts: 259
    edited December 1969

    Render drop.
    N A E
    .
    Title: Bundy home evening.
    .
    I built a set as a backdrop for this render, but never had time to finish it.
    I plan to put it up on Sharecg when it is finished.
    But making all the furniture and brick-a-brak that fills the set will take a while.
    Just finding the right textures is a pain.
    I know I missed the contest, so I'll just drop this here.
    .
    Congrats to all the winners!
    .
    Gerry

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  • KrissyKrissy Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Oh this is great! I really love how you reconstructed the house :)

  • TjohnTjohn Posts: 7,409
    edited December 1969

    Render drop.
    N A E
    .
    Title: Bundy home evening.
    .
    I built a set as a backdrop for this render, but never had time to finish it.
    I plan to put it up on Sharecg when it is finished.
    But making all the furniture and brick-a-brak that fills the set will take a while.
    Just finding the right textures is a pain.
    I know I missed the contest, so I'll just drop this here.
    .
    Congrats to all the winners!
    .
    Gerry

    Cool work. Al's left hand should be tucked under his belt, tho. :lol:

  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 7,345
    edited December 1969

    Render drop.
    N A E
    .
    Title: Bundy home evening.
    .
    I built a set as a backdrop for this render, but never had time to finish it.
    I plan to put it up on Sharecg when it is finished.
    But making all the furniture and brick-a-brak that fills the set will take a while.
    Just finding the right textures is a pain.
    I know I missed the contest, so I'll just drop this here.
    .
    Congrats to all the winners!
    .
    Gerry

    Cool! I watched that show to the very end! Al's hand should be tucked into the waste of his pants, though. :lol:

    Dana

  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 7,345
    edited December 1969

    tjohn said:

    Cool work. Al's left hand should be tucked under his belt, tho. :lol:

    Oh, you beat me to it!

    Dana

  • nitehawk_ltdnitehawk_ltd Posts: 259
    edited October 2012

    I know, but like I said, I didn't have time to finish it.
    .
    /EDIT - I guess the forum doesn't like ani GIFs :P

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  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 19,406
    edited December 1969

    they wrok if you click on them, just don't work in forum preview

  • TjohnTjohn Posts: 7,409
    edited December 1969

    DanaTA said:
    tjohn said:

    Cool work. Al's left hand should be tucked under his belt, tho. :lol:

    Oh, you beat me to it!

    Dana

    Great minds think alike. :lol:

  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 7,345
    edited December 1969

    tjohn said:
    DanaTA said:
    tjohn said:

    Cool work. Al's left hand should be tucked under his belt, tho. :lol:

    Oh, you beat me to it!

    Dana

    Great minds think alike. :lol:

    I haven't been told I have a great mind much lately, thanks! :smirk:

    Dana

  • KrissyKrissy Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    tjohn said:
    Render drop.
    N A E
    .
    Title: Bundy home evening.
    .
    I built a set as a backdrop for this render, but never had time to finish it.
    I plan to put it up on Sharecg when it is finished.
    But making all the furniture and brick-a-brak that fills the set will take a while.
    Just finding the right textures is a pain.
    I know I missed the contest, so I'll just drop this here.
    .
    Congrats to all the winners!
    .
    Gerry

    Cool work. Al's left hand should be tucked under his belt, tho. :lol:

    I bet it is hard to find "hand in the pants"morph in any pants :)

  • DaremoK3DaremoK3 Posts: 386
    edited December 1969

    Yes, but it would be an easy morph to make...

    Great Bundy's image, nighthawk_ltd.


    DanaTA:

    I thought you might enjoy some detail pics from my Master render. These are just some of my test pics, but you can see some of the details I put into the project.

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  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 7,345
    edited December 1969

    DaremoK3 said:
    Yes, but it would be an easy morph to make...

    Great Bundy's image, nighthawk_ltd.


    DanaTA:

    I thought you might enjoy some detail pics from my Master render. These are just some of my test pics, but you can see some of the details I put into the project.

    Cool! Is that the Bad Cowboy character? I forgot the place I saw him.

    Dana

  • BWSmanBWSman Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    DanaTA said:
    DaremoK3 said:
    Yes, but it would be an easy morph to make...

    Great Bundy's image, nighthawk_ltd.


    DanaTA:

    I thought you might enjoy some detail pics from my Master render. These are just some of my test pics, but you can see some of the details I put into the project.

    Cool! Is that the Bad Cowboy character? I forgot the place I saw him.

    Dana

    http://www.arduino.net/Market/ShowProduct.asp?Codice=54

  • DaremoK3DaremoK3 Posts: 386
    edited December 1969

    Nope, Dana, I created mine myself.

    I saw Bad Cowboy years ago, but I couldn't remember the name of product, or where it was as well. Moot point, though, as I tend to create what I need as opposed to purchasing others work. Benefit of being an artist, and the will to D.Y.I.

    Although, Arduino's is clearly better than mine. I need to work on creating some custom textures for it, but I think Joe Quick's great hair freebies helped me in selling mine as Van Cleef.


    Thank you, BWSman, for the link to Arduino's Bad Cowboy. I was wondering where I once saw that product. I think the textures alone would be worth the purchase (for those not creating their own).

  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 7,345
    edited December 1969

    BWSman said:
    DanaTA said:

    Cool! Is that the Bad Cowboy character? I forgot the place I saw him.

    Dana

    http://www.arduino.net/Market/ShowProduct.asp?Codice=54

    Thanks. It was a different place, though. I think it, too, was foreign...maybe Italian. It's the place where the Beatles stuff was, the Vox amps and the drum kit and all that. Oh, I've got it now...3dpmr.com!

    Dana

  • DaremoK3DaremoK3 Posts: 386
    edited December 1969

    The 3dpmr.com took me to the same link for Arduino's work that BWSman listed. I think that site is just a main brokerage that contains Arduino's work. Seems one in the same...

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