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Old 10-06-2007   #1
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Default October, 2007: Dearly Departed

Hi all...

This month's theme: 'Dearly Departed'.

With Halloween around the corner, of course death had to be involved!

Good luck!

edit: winners announced!

Hi all...

Here are the winners for October!



-Alex
winners, PM me for info on how to collect your prizes.
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Old 10-10-2007   #2
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Are there any sort of rules for these challenges? I couldn't find any threads about it.
I've participated in a few contest on other sites, and am thinking about entering contests here, if I get time.

A few questions I have:
When is the deadline to post an image?
What should the image size be (in pixels), file format (.jpg, .tif)?
Do we need a thread to show our sketches/progress/originality?

Any other info or direction to such info would be appreciated.
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Old 10-10-2007   #3
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this is a monthly contest so you need to submit your entry before next month and you don't need have a wip thread just post your final image
you can find the contest info here http://forums.thegnomonworkshop.com/showthread.php?t=17
and check other months contest to give you a better idea
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Old 10-19-2007   #4
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The number one rule for entering the contest(s) is the ability to read. The inability to find and read the sticky called:

Sticky: Contest Info... Read Me!

posted at the top of the image challenge list, will automatically disqualify entries.

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Old 10-20-2007   #5
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Default Seeing the light at the end of the tunnel

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Zbrush and Photoshop.
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Old 10-22-2007   #6
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Here is my submission for this months competition.

The subject matter deals with children's first introductions to death and their sensitivity and respect for other living beings which is also nurtured by their parents.

In the scene the child and his Mother have made a grave and written the epitaph for a dead crab.

As well as wishing the image to be tender I also wanted a slight tinge of humour / charm.
The personal challenge was to create a milky / silvery lighting quality that evoked memory and also a level of detail that was enough but not so much that it swamped the evocative essence of the piece. It was also important that the linear quality and flow of the models had a sense of being hand drawn and emotive rather than being too detailed.

Render software: Carrara
Other : ZBrush mainly and a twist of Hexagon
Print Ready: Photoshop
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Old 10-26-2007   #7
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Heres my entry...all rendered in mentalray, photoshop, modelled in 3ds max 9.


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Old 10-26-2007   #8
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Hi, here is my submission for November competition.
Software : Bryce 5, 3ds max, PS.



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Old 10-28-2007   #9
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Default Count Dracularry

My post for this contest shows my favorite type of undead: vampires!!!

Took me long nights to finish this piece, I used maya for modeling and photoshop for textures. Now I look like a vampire myself, I should get some sleep

Hope you all like it!

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Old 10-28-2007   #10
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Hello,
This is my submission for October's dearly departed.
It's my trick o' treat eating monster :P
I hope the image size is ok, i couldn't find any requirements for a submission.
Maya,Zbrush, Photoshop

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