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Saturday, January 12, 2013

Ferrari Needle: Update

The talented Malaga (Spain) based CG artist Diego Moya Parra did a lovely 3D version of my Ferrari Needle Snow-Jet Bike design.

4 comments:

  1. Diego Moya, qué buen manejo del 3D majo.

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  2. Looks awesome! Your designs translate so nicely into 3-D. Cant wait to see more!!!

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  3. I'm not that familiar with this Cartoonist. 1st time here. To me these are top notch drawings. One of the Best looking Blogs I've ever seen. I did watch "The Little Mermaid" the other day and am still impressed with the Ursella Character. Her voice. When do you hear those types of Characters anymore? I would really like to know. I've never watched "Finding Nemo." I have a serious lack of interest in newer Animated things. Here's a short list of I'm not interested: "Toy Story", "Cars", "Brave", "Tangled." That is really sad. There just seems to be an impersonal, fake, void, quality to the characters. Generic. I prefer looking at the blue lines. They're human!

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