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    Mountain OutPost

    Hey everyone

    here is an entry for the NVartspace at Cgtalk.. i didnt win but it was a cool
    competition..

    I have included the WIP shots for you also..

    Credit goes to the original modelers of the big ships as i had to use stock models coz i ran out of time ..

    cheers
    FInal :




    Original Plate




    First Paintover



    More painting



    3d mapping



    more progress









    final screen shot

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    Lightwave junkie stevecullum's Avatar
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    Great (out)post!

    Nice to see your matte painting workflow too
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    Nice work

    Thanks for sharing Bearfoot especially the workflow.

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    off the heezy, neil!

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    Greatly appreciated!

    Very well done. The walk-through of your workflow is precious.

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    Nice work, Love you're style. It feels a little stiff, I think you should keep working on this and keep adding detail and fine tune things and it will be a awesome piece of art. I would love to see more ground vehicles and roads, maybe a bridge over the ravine.

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    Fantastic work, simple and strong image, very understated.. many matte painters push it at some point - great control!
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    Ze Engineer connerh's Avatar
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    That's really awesome work, however there's one problem that I noticed right off of the top of my head: the tall mountain on the right isn't casting the shadow that it should, as near as I can tell. It looks like the middle mountain hump and the one immediately to its right should be at least somewhat in its shadow. Still, very very well executed, I really like the look and feel of it.

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    Nice to see your workflow.

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    I really love this piece especially seeing how it all comes together.... You have opened my eyes to a big HOW'D THEY DO THAT !!!


    you should really create a tutorial and sell it...

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    Really good work, I can't believe this and so many other great images didn't get a mention...cool competition, but odd selection of winners IMO.

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    Thanx for the breakdown!! Very inspiring. You should definately make the final touches (maybe harden up the occlusion effect?) and render it out in a higher rez.

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    I agree with the above posts, great work and outpost! I always wondered how one does the paint over effect, thanks!

    Id love to see this in a high res/wallpaper version!

    "Remember, wherever you go, there you are!"


    Check out my website and demo reel.

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    Very creatively done, and educational post, too. Thanks.

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    Awsome work!

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