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Old 11-23-2007   #11
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Hello Rasclatt nice to see you here again!
And its funny to post some C&C on your work! Don't know if you remember me but you gifed me long time ago some Critics on my female work on this forum:
(wich made my laugh, seeing my old work)
http://forums.thegnomonworkshop.com/...read.php?t=611



Well some critics first, but its hard to do when it isn't finish yet.

1# The start of the left feet have some strange texture color difference.
Talking about his feet, its looks its a hairy behemoth by looking to his arms and the rest of the body, might put a bit some hair on his feet aswel.
2# You want to show this human as a big beheoth? or just a normale human been but with a crazy head? If you want to gife him a large feeling might scale those arrows down. If not then ingore this 1!
3# Skin reflect to much light

Well those can consider as critics, but I'm not a expert, I'm still learning
And besides those small critics I want to say it looks really great!
I like his face expression and his mouth

Keep it up Rasclatt seeing forward for finale of your entry!

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Old 11-25-2007   #12
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This is my entry for Behemot challenge. ZBrush and Cinema 4D.

bye, Marco Galli

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Old 11-26-2007   #13
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Hello guys!

The Behemoth:
He lives in a "swamp" area and guard his territorium by using his strong powerfull eye.

I made this with:
Zbrush 3.1
Maya 8.5
Photoshop cs3

This is my second character in Zbrush, still need to learn allot. Time spended for this image is around 2 weeks (3-4hours a day) I hope you like it!

C&C welcome!

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Hight res image: http://img78.imageshack.us/img78/804...inale01ja6.jpg






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Old 11-26-2007   #14
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Hey, Wicked. Thanks for the original critique. You had the same thoughts some of my friends did, so good critique! Anyhoo, it looks like your work is getting better and better every time you submit! Keep up the good work!

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Old 11-27-2007   #15
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Finally found some time to wrap this up. Looks like a lot of fun entries. Good luck everyone!

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Old 11-27-2007   #16
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good luck
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Old 11-28-2007   #17
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Hi everybody,
here is my interpretation. Damned! I had posted this pict in the 2D image challenge forum!
done in maya and photoshop.
Thanks in advance for your comments.
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Old 11-29-2007   #18
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Hi everyone,

This is my entry for November's "Behemoth"

I thought this month's theme was a great chance to poke fun at the "behemoth" corporations that seem to have emerged in our lives, all across the world. What better than Starbucks who's restaurant have actually been known to be build right across the street from one another. In this scene "YourBucks" shows us just how big they can make a Latte 
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Old 11-29-2007   #19
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Nice one Head smell!!
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Old 11-29-2007   #20
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Hello all!

Here is my second entry and the last 1!



I wanted to make something different then the 1 I posted before.
Hope you like it

Software
Maya 8.5
Zbrush 3.1
Vue 6 xstream
Photoshop CS3

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