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No Tony, the cloth is a part of the concept,

to make the character more mysterious

(like she's protecting herself from sand storm).

The happening idea is good though. Why not.

 

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What a great design!... I need to commit my designs to paper or digital paper too... I just just throw 3D concepts together which in up in the trash can most of the time...  :wacko:

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Thanks Digman.

I have to give up finishing this character right now.

Got involved in another contest...

 

Some test for a strange asteroid:

 

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Hello there.

Sorry for letting the wip page without updates...

 

3D Artist issue 79 is out, with "Robot contest" three winners interviews in it!:

 

http://www.3dsquirrel.co.uk/forums/blog/1/entry-58-3d-artist-magazine-interview-challenge-winners/

 

I talked a bit about 3d-Coat during the interview. Hope it can bring new friends to our community!

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Great article... Thanks for sharing and 3DC gets some more exposure....

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Thanks everybody!

That was the little hour of glory, that happens every fourty years :)

I wish they published all the part about 3dCoat, but they probably

had to shrink it down a bit to fit the format.

Back to learning now.

I can't wait to finish the character with the helmet but first

I have to finish another contest (3d Squirrel "Outpost contest") until May.

 

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Thanks Tony. I've been away for a while and only noticed your message today. Sorry.

 

I mentioned I've used 3DCoat to create this little scenery, but failed to take the first prize this time :)

Anyway, here is the interview:

 

http://www.3dsquirrel.co.uk/forums/blog/1/entry-64-3d-world-magazine-interview-challenge-winners/

 

Cheers!

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Awesome, Frederick! Please do accept my congratulations!

Your outpost reminds me of a reverse side of toys' cardboards (StarCom, Star Wars, GI Joe, etc.), where you had photographs of all available characters, equipment, vehicles and, especially, structures that everyone wanted to have, but the allowance was always way too low to afford them. :D

Good times. :)

 

P.S. How long did it take you to create this scene, from start to the final version?

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ajz3d, yes you're right. It looks a bit like a toy box picture (Zoids? Robotix?).

Thank you for your kind words.

It took 2 months, but working on it only during spare time (one hour here, one hour there).

Cheers!

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Congrats great work and attitude. 

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Long live to 3dCoat!

Currently upgrading to V4.7.

Sorry to be away for so long. Almost 2 years!

too busy at work and at rugby games. But alive and kicking :)

Now that I've upgraded, I have to sculpt something.

Many great works in the Gallery --> Keeps the motivation up.

I miss the green and black website design, though. But will get used to the

clean white and blue.

Cheers!

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1 hour ago, Garagarape said:

Long live to 3dCoat!

Currently upgrading to V4.7.

Sorry to be away for so long. Almost 2 years!

too busy at work and at rugby games. But alive and kicking :)

Now that I've upgraded, I have to sculpt something.

Many great works in the Gallery --> Keeps the motivation up.

I miss the green and black website design, though. But will get used to the

clean white and blue.

Cheers!

Good to see you back. By the way, you can change the them color at the very bottom center of the page. Darker theme is much easier on the eyes....literally.

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Hey...good to hear from you again buddy!  I too have been away from 3DC for too long. Need to catch up on what has changed. Noticed the Autopo has been improved a lot and looking forward to seeing QuadPaint develop.

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