JACK TOMALIN APPRECIATION SOCIETY [JAS IV]

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  • JaderailJaderail Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    WOW!! Love both. Great renders!

  • Jack TomalinJack Tomalin Posts: 9,700
    edited December 1969

    Here's one I just finished. (at least I think it is finished...)

    Made use of Neo Station (love that one) and put it inside of GIS Terminal. Inspired by the plastic raincoat scene from Blade Runner. :)

    That's another excellent render - keep up the good work peeps!

  • StorypilotStorypilot Posts: 1,564
    edited December 1969

    Here's one I just finished. (at least I think it is finished...)

    Made use of Neo Station (love that one) and put it inside of GIS Terminal. Inspired by the plastic raincoat scene from Blade Runner. :)

    That's another excellent render - keep up the good work peeps!

    Much appreciated!

  • SedorSedor Posts: 1,740
    edited December 1969

    Very cool Storypilot!!!

  • TotteTotte Posts: 10,983
    edited December 1969

    Tied to the tracks and the train's just coming.....

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  • Jack TomalinJack Tomalin Posts: 9,700
    edited December 1969

    Totte said:
    Tied to the tracks and the train's just coming.....

    Wow, that POV is pretty scary! Lay down flat!!

  • Norse GraphicsNorse Graphics Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Totte said:
    Tied to the tracks and the train's just coming.....

    Is that the perpetrator? The squirrel? :bug:

  • StorypilotStorypilot Posts: 1,564
    edited December 1969

    Totte said:
    Tied to the tracks and the train's just coming.....

    Wow, that POV is pretty scary! Lay down flat!!

    So true, I want to suck in my breath and shrink down just looking at that. Cool one, Totte!

  • Jack TomalinJack Tomalin Posts: 9,700
    edited December 1969

    Totte said:
    Tied to the tracks and the train's just coming.....

    Is that the perpetrator? The squirrel? :bug:

    lol, I didn't even notice him to start with!

    It's gotta be the squirrel!

  • TotteTotte Posts: 10,983
    edited April 2013

    Thanks!
    And the squirrel is there, but he is innocent

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  • Jack TomalinJack Tomalin Posts: 9,700
    edited December 1969

    Totte said:
    Thanks!
    And they the squirrel is there, but he is innocent

    ...until proven guilty? ;)

  • SloshSlosh Posts: 2,385
    edited December 1969

    Oh no, there is nothing innocent about squirrels! Don't let those fuzzy little cheeks fool you. Bunch of nut-stealing, tree-climbing, good-for-nothing, make-your-dog-bark-like-an-idiot, cute little fuzzy wuzzies! Great pic, Totte. I don't think enough people experiment with POV. Would have liked a bit more lighting, though. Or maybe it's my monitor. Either way, great job.

  • TotteTotte Posts: 10,983
    edited December 1969

    Slosh said:
    Oh no, there is nothing innocent about squirrels! Don't let those fuzzy little cheeks fool you. Bunch of nut-stealing, tree-climbing, good-for-nothing, make-your-dog-bark-like-an-idiot, cute little fuzzy wuzzies! Great pic, Totte. I don't think enough people experiment with POV. Would have liked a bit more lighting, though. Or maybe it's my monitor. Either way, great job.

    Thanks, and statistically you're more likely to be run over by a train in the dark (as no one sees you can come to your rescue)

  • SzarkSzark Posts: 10,588
    edited December 1969

    Slosh said:
    Oh no, there is nothing innocent about squirrels! Don't let those fuzzy little cheeks fool you. Bunch of nut-stealing, tree-climbing, good-for-nothing, make-your-dog-bark-like-an-idiot, cute little fuzzy wuzzies!
    see Slosh knows, never trust a squirrel...ever.
  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 31,996
    edited April 2013

    Non Jack Tomalin render drop but http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/20216/P30/#301757

    "Support your Local Squire oops I mean Squirrel"

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  • SzarkSzark Posts: 10,588
    edited December 1969

    see they have even brain washed our chohole.

  • Jack TomalinJack Tomalin Posts: 9,700
    edited December 1969

    chohole said:
    Non Jack Tomalin render drop but http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/20216/P30/#301757

    "Support your Local Squire oops I mean Squirrel"

    lol.. nice render :)

  • Robert FreiseRobert Freise Posts: 2,682
    edited December 1969

    Squirrel
    Cue up song" The Great Pretender"

  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 31,996
    edited December 1969

    We used to have a very acrobatic squirrel in our garden in the hosue we moved from. He was always raiding the bird feeders, so we tried stringing a wire, just ordinary garden wire, across from the top of the trellis to the top of the greenhouse, and then suspended the bird feeders from that. So the Squirrel learned to tightrope walk and then did a trapeze act hanging upside down from the wire to get to the feeder.

  • Herald of FireHerald of Fire Posts: 3,489
    edited December 1969

    chohole said:
    We used to have a very acrobatic squirrel in our garden in the hosue we moved from. He was always raiding the bird feeders, so we tried stringing a wire, just ordinary garden wire, across from the top of the trellis to the top of the greenhouse, and then suspended the bird feeders from that. So the Squirrel learned to tightrope walk and then did a trapeze act hanging upside down from the wire to get to the feeder.

    If he's willing to go through all that effort, you know he deserves that food!
  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 31,996
    edited December 1969

    My terriers used to hide round the corner, waiting for him to fall off, so they got to chase him LOL. Sometimes they would even go rushing round the corner barking to scare him, so he did fall off. Terriers can be wicked creatures, especially border terrors umm I mean terriers.

  • Jack TomalinJack Tomalin Posts: 9,700
    edited December 1969

    In a similar vein - we have a squirrel digging huge holes in our lawn.. the wife is very animal-friendly, but also loves her garden so she's rather torn about what to do ;)

  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 31,996
    edited April 2013

    Might sound stupid, but sprinkly cayenne pepper over the lawn where he is digging. He is probably after something he thinks he buried under there, squirrels lose their nuts all the time. THe also will go for things like crocus bulbs, or even tasty roots this time of year when nati=ural food is scarce.

    Cayenne pepper won't hurt the squirrel, he just won't like it. You can in fact buy wild bird food which has cayenne in it, as the birds don't mind it at all, but the squirrels will leave it alone.

    Also works on flower beds if you have someone else's cat using them as kitty litter trays.

    Get a big bag of cheap cayenne pepper from ebay, as it can be quite expensive in the shops.

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  • Richard HaseltineRichard Haseltine Posts: 59,273
    edited December 1969

    Get a cat? At least it isn't moles.

  • Jack TomalinJack Tomalin Posts: 9,700
    edited December 1969

    chohole said:
    Might sound stupid, but sprinkly cayenne pepper over the lawn where he is digging. He is probably after something he thinks he buried under there, squirrels lose their nuts all the time. THe also will go for things like crocus bulbs, or even tasty roots this time of year when nati=ural food is scarce.

    Cayenne pepper won't hurt the squirrel, he just won't like it. You can in fact buy wild bird food which has cayenne in it, as the birds don't mind it at all, but the squirrels will leave it alone.

    Also works on flower beds if you have someone else's cat using them as kitty litter trays.

    Get a big bag of cheap cayenne pepper from ebay, as it can be quite expensive in the shops.

    Ah thanks! will definitely give that a whirl.. :)

  • Jack TomalinJack Tomalin Posts: 9,700
    edited December 1969

    Get a cat? At least it isn't moles.

    She's after enough animals as it is.. so will try and dodge another ;)

    But yes, thankfully it's not moles!

  • KickAir 8PKickAir 8P Posts: 1,865
    edited December 1969

    Used Dubious School House -- which comes with a ground plane and lovely fence (reflected in the windshield), thanks Jack! Shot in DS4.5Pro, rendered in LuxRender (via Luxus), postwork in GIMP. Also up in my deviantART gallery here.

    Seeking Fire

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  • Jack TomalinJack Tomalin Posts: 9,700
    edited December 1969

    Used Dubious School House -- which comes with a ground plane and lovely fence (reflected in the windshield), thanks Jack! Shot in DS4.5Pro, rendered in LuxRender (via Luxus), postwork in GIMP. Also up in my deviantART gallery here.

    Seeking Fire

    Nice! You don't hang about either, lol ;)

  • TotteTotte Posts: 10,983
    edited December 1969

    Looking at WestPark from a dubious school ground

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  • Jack TomalinJack Tomalin Posts: 9,700
    edited April 2013

    Looks cool Totte, nice work :)

    Edit: Where are all the BWC at? ;)

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