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Saturday, October 03, 2009

JD and Fausto

LA based 3D artists JD Imhof and Fausto Tejeda have chosen one of my birdish critters to work on. I'm actually quite curious about the result.





8 comments:

  1. ^^ huhu It's seems to be cool!

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  2. Uuuuh..3D charactet, great work! I'd like to animate, hehe! beautiful

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  3. Hey everyone!

    Thanks so much for the support. Trying to do the original artwork justice. ;)

    Would be happy to make the character available to you and anyone else interested to animate once the rigging is complete Francesco.

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  4. Thank you everyone for your comments. I had a great time modeling the concept and hope I did it justice. It'll look great once JD finishes the surfacing work. Again, thank you to everyone and especially Florian Satzinger for his great artwork.

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  5. This rocks man, those guys show the rest of the world that your characters will work in 3d. Love your stuff dude :D

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