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  • FettbemmeFettbemme Posts: 117
    edited February 26

    Spheresis

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  • FettbemmeFettbemme Posts: 117
    edited March 6

    Zero Point Detonator (download)

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  • Bunyip02Bunyip02 Posts: 7,677

    Fettbemme said:

    Zero Point Detonator (download)

    Nice work !!!

  • FettbemmeFettbemme Posts: 117
    edited March 10

    Walk Of Jade (download) it says 98 MB but is only 24 MB

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  • Steve KSteve K Posts: 3,191

    Fettbemme said:

    Walk Of Jade (download) it says 98 MB but is only 24 MB

    Very nice.  

  • FettbemmeFettbemme Posts: 117
    edited March 15

    building concept

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  • FettbemmeFettbemme Posts: 117
    edited March 15

    parkAvenue ( download )

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  • therixxtherixx Posts: 89

    Impressive stuff, @Fettbemme

  • Steve KSteve K Posts: 3,191

    Fettbemme said:

    parkAvenue ( download )

     

     

     

    My favorite NETFLIX TV shows have great establishing shots.  E.g. city scapes that show the environment the story takes place in.  This could be a good establishing shot of ... I dunno, a weird set of buildings in a big city park. Or something?

  • Bunyip02Bunyip02 Posts: 7,677

    therixx said:

    Impressive stuff, @Fettbemme

    +1 yes

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 15,073

    Looking good!

  • FettbemmeFettbemme Posts: 117
    edited March 17

    under construction (download)

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  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 15,073

    Well done, Fettbeme.  Love the soft shadows.

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 15,073

    Here is a simple 'over the shoulder' shot.  Wanted to get something in for a challenge and didn't have many qualifying from the March madness sale.  This uses the Sir Worthington outfit for G2M by Esha which I picked up on sale. 

  • FettbemmeFettbemme Posts: 117

    Diomede said:

    Here is a simple 'over the shoulder' shot.  Wanted to get something in for a challenge and didn't have many qualifying from the March madness sale.  This uses the Sir Worthington outfit for G2M by Esha which I picked up on sale. 

    excellent facial expression yes

  • Steve KSteve K Posts: 3,191

    Fettbemme said:

    Diomede said:

    Here is a simple 'over the shoulder' shot.  Wanted to get something in for a challenge and didn't have many qualifying from the March madness sale.  This uses the Sir Worthington outfit for G2M by Esha which I picked up on sale. 

     

    excellent facial expression yes

    Agreed.  A good pose for animations where the character can create a mood with no dialogue.  I've mentioned that I avoid dialogue in the 48 Hour Contest to save time and trouble.  And that director Stanley Kubrick would line out dailogue in scripts, saying the actor can convey that with body language.  E.g. 2001: A Space Oddyssey:  "There are no words spoken for the first 25 minutes of the film nor the last 23. Approximately 88 minutes of the film is dialogue-free. Roger Ebert [Four Stars, A Great Movie] calls it effectively a silent movie. You could also think of it as a musical with large sections of the film featuring music that effectively narrates what we see on screen, providing an additional layer of meaning." (filmschoolrejects website)

    I'm always impressed by actors who can use their face alone to create mood.  Ian MacKellan comes to mind.

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 15,073

    Thank you, Fettbemme, and SteveK.  The title is 'Sir Worthington Hesitates.'

  • therixxtherixx Posts: 89
    edited March 31

    Through the Monolith​

    Approaching the mysterious monolith (see previous episode), the Chocorabbits find out that it actually is made of chocolate… but not solid as expected; it's liquid, or something like that!

    The bravest Chocorabbits try to touch it and immerse their paws…
    Fine: high quality chocolate.
    So they try to go further and…
    That's incredible, they can enter it, but nothing shows from the opposite side!
    Where are they now? Are our heroes lost forever?
    Oh, tragedy! Ah, despair!

    But wait! Here they come back! What are they saying?
    "Come here! You must see what's there… here… well, inside this thing!"

    Luckily, the contact with the monolith seems to be harmless, but…
    This mystery becomes even more mysterious!

    Happy and immersive Easter 2024!

    A passage into the unknown?

    Quiz answer: the previous episode (as well as this one), paid homage to the movie "2001: A Space Odyssey" and its monolith.

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  • StezzaStezza Posts: 7,796

    love seeing your easter time choc renders and story yes

  • Bunyip02Bunyip02 Posts: 7,677

    Stezza said:

    love seeing your easter time choc renders and story yes

    +1 yes - although I bought a Choclate Bilby instead of a Bunny this Easter !!!

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 15,073

    Bunyip02 said:

    Stezza said:

    love seeing your easter time choc renders and story yes

    +1 yes - although I bought a Choclate Bilby instead of a Bunny this Easter !!!

    another +1

  • therixxtherixx Posts: 89

    Thank you, Stezza, Buniyp02 , Diomede and everyone here :-)
    I really must finish to translate in English the first part of the saga so it can make more sense to those who want to know the whole story.
    http://www.riccardocorso.it/galleria/pics/feste/ciocconigli/index-en.html

  • WendyLuvsCatzWendyLuvsCatz Posts: 37,807

    therixx said:

    Thank you, Stezza, Buniyp02 , Diomede and everyone here :-)
    I really must finish to translate in English the first part of the saga so it can make more sense to those who want to know the whole story.
    http://www.riccardocorso.it/galleria/pics/feste/ciocconigli/index-en.html

    Google translate works

    very cute heart 

  • therixxtherixx Posts: 89

    Thanks Wendy.
    And I love cats, too :-)

  • KhoeKhoe Posts: 292
    edited April 5

    the first image I finished rendering with the new M2.
    Everything came about from various experiments. It certainly needs improvement. But maybe some people will like it.

     

     

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  • Steve KSteve K Posts: 3,191

    Khoe said:

    the first image I finished rendering with the new M2.
    Everything came about from various experiments. It certainly needs improvement. But maybe some people will like it.

    I like it. Nice composition and a cool sepia-like tone.  I get confused by color.  cheeky

  • FettbemmeFettbemme Posts: 117

    Khoe said:

    the first image I finished rendering with the new M2.
    Everything came about from various experiments. It certainly needs improvement. But maybe some people will like it.

     

     

    cool

    smiley

  • Bunyip02Bunyip02 Posts: 7,677

    Fettbemme said:

    Khoe said:

    the first image I finished rendering with the new M2.

    cool

    smiley

    +1 yes

  • FettbemmeFettbemme Posts: 117
    edited April 7

    GI, PBR workflow, soft shadows

     

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  • Steve KSteve K Posts: 3,191

    Fettbemme said:

    GI, PBR workflow, soft shadows

    Cool.  A 3d print would make a nice wall decoration.  

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