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Autorig tutorial prep work 04

Posted on March 4, 2010 
Filed Under Animation, Modeling, Portfolio | 3 Comments

This time I am modeling the hands. I am not looking at references yet, just blocking out the shapes.

You will see me starting from a cube, which I subdivide manually to extrude faces and create the fingers.

I push the details on one fingers then duplicate it to create the other ones. Very often you will see me going from low poly to high poly using the 1 and 3 keys in maya 2009.

and here is the second pass

Third pass, refining the shape, cleaning up some edges, adding more detail

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Autorig tutorial prep work 01
Low polygon modeling tools

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Gorgeous architectural visualisation

Posted on March 1, 2010 
Filed Under Graphic design | Leave a Comment

I hadn’t had a chance to check that video before and that’s a shame because this is some stunning work done in my favourite softwares: 3dsmax and VRay.

The artists have an amazing sense of composition, lighting, cinematography. There is no making of for “The Third and the seventh” yet but they made one for the previous “Kahn’s Exeter”.

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“Parka blog” art books review blog

Posted on March 1, 2010 
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http://www.flickr.com/photos/teohyc/4260973759/

I don’t need to read review websites before buying “Art of” books but I still love browsing this website for reviews of books I wouldn’t usually buy.

Parka blogs

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Rapuntzel “Tangled” first teaser

Posted on March 1, 2010 
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A first teaser for Disney’s “Tangled” finally surfaced on the net.

I am really liking the painterly rendering. It reminds me a lot of “Monstre à Paris”.

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