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Thread: New ads for Lightwave in 3dWorld and 3dArtist magazine.... Niiiice! :D

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    This is nice.
    Good work guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LW_Will View Post
    Wow! You must mean that the ad that has been in 3D World was a mirage...

    Is any of this happening? Are you really there?

    You are? Good. Move along and check your sources.
    I can easily see that the pic has been photoshopped, but its a good photoshop covered up with tons of jpg compression.

    Naw but seriously, good for NT.
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    On a similar note, I noticed the ad for DAVE School (which has been in a lot of recent issues of 3D World) used to show LightWave screenshots. This issue it now shows Maya.

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    This as is also in the June/July issue of CGW. (Inside Front Cover)
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    Graham modeled a skeleton and interior anatomy for the creature. Graham and Lino both worked on the texturing/shading, as I understand.
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    This is really cool! NTs advertising definitely has improved a lot since Rob arrived on the scene!
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    I demand a wallpaper. 16x9. and a free tee shirt! Thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lardbros View Post
    Hmmm, they have had a couple in recent months. Not sure if you mean the Linear Colour Space one or the detective room (film noire stylee) texturing and modelling one?

    They weren't too bad... think Matt did a video on LCS which explained it very well anyway. I like the mag as a read anyway... worth flicking through in the newsagents if you're not sure if you want to buy!
    Hello lardbros!

    Can I ask You which mag You have read this article or watch the video tutorial? I don't understand the whole Linear Colorspace thing.
    Matt who did the tut.?

    Thank You
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    As far as I know, this creature (Slink) and the blue LW10 alien emissary, are creations of Leigh Bamforth. Of course with input and contributions from others, but ye, Leigh rocks! http://scary-monsters.org/artist_por...leigh_bamforth
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    Quote Originally Posted by laci View Post
    Hello lardbros!

    Can I ask You which mag You have read this article or watch the video tutorial? I don't understand the whole Linear Colorspace thing.
    Matt who did the tut.?

    Thank You
    Sorry... I cannot find the video on Linear Colour Space, maybe it hasn't been released to the public yet? I'm sure it had though. The guy who did it is a bit of a LCS (Linear Colour Space) guru, and the video's helped a lot.

    The article in issue 30 of 3DArtist Magazine, and written by Craig Clark... was good, but think video's explain it a little better than text.

    If I find the video's I'll let you have a link!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Afalk View Post
    V10 content stuff -- haven't seen THAT in my downloads as of yet
    That makes two of us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lardbros View Post
    The guy who did it is a bit of a LCS (Linear Colour Space) guru
    I'm certainly NOT that! But thanks anyway!

    (Unless you mean someone else's videos!)
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    here a better image.
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    I can easily see that the pic has been photoshopped, but its a good photoshop covered up with tons of jpg compression.

    Naw but seriously, good for NT
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    The only aspect of photoshop I used was slightly raising the saturation.....honest

    What was cool in this project was I got to work on a great design by a talented artist. I got great feedback from another talented individual from Italy, lino.

    As Chuck correctly stated, I modeled Slink's interior, Skeleton structure and internal organs. The internal organs with texture and Normal mapped. Normal mapping was a bit unnecessary, but i couldn't resist, it was fun to do.

    The texture mapping of the Skin was also great fun, based on Poison Dart frogs. The skeleton i based on Cats, lizards and humans. The node editor was the "cherry on top", with the new Skin Shader.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    I'm certainly NOT that! But thanks anyway!

    (Unless you mean someone else's videos!)
    Sorry Matt, meant someone else's video!

    Only messing. Well, the video made the whole thing click with me, so you must be almost a guru
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