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|2d/3d Art Gallery by OKX(m): 6:10pm On Oct 15, 2007|
EVERYONE SEEMS TO BE MESSING WITH 2D/3D SO WHY DONT WE POST SOME OF OUR STUFF HERE.
IMAGES N CLIPS R WELCOME.
WOT SAY Y'ALL?
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by voldemort(m): 9:19am On Oct 18, 2007|
Heres a start.
This is the Nigerian Flag created to mark our 47th Independence day - Oct 1st 2007
Video of the complete animation featuring the National anthem is also on youtube at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=VHg4jJNpC4c
and the larger original version of the image can be found on my website - see url on the image.
I use Autodesk 3dsmax, Photoshop CS2 mainly, amongst other graphics related software.
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by grafikdon: 5:17pm On Oct 20, 2007|
The following are screen grabs from an animated music video.
I used Modo for modeling, Body Paint and Photoshop for textures, Softimage XSI for animation and Lightwave for rendering.
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by grafikdon: 5:21pm On Oct 20, 2007|
More from the same video:
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by Seun(m): 5:29pm On Oct 20, 2007|
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by grafikdon: 8:34pm On Oct 20, 2007|
Collage of two characters from an animated feature film in progress.
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by Lafem(m): 10:48pm On Oct 20, 2007|
@Grafikdon: Those are really tight and quality stuff you got up there, bro. Your skillz just keeps getting better. Nice, very nice!
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by Lafem(m): 12:49am On Oct 21, 2007|
Meet "ibadan's finest". It took me less than a minute to sketch this, and roughly 10mins to paint it.
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by Lafem(m): 1:00am On Oct 22, 2007|
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by Lafem(m): 1:05am On Oct 22, 2007|
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by grafikdon: 3:03am On Oct 22, 2007|
Diversity diversity diversity! Lafem, your style is what I call ''Waterfall''. . . 'cause it flows just like that. I see a Disney and Don Bluth influence right there. Very tight, man. . . and hahahahahahahahahahaha! Those characters are hilarious. . . I just can't help but picture them in action. . . ''Yaparipaaaa!!!". . . Ibadan's finest is friggin hilarious. . . Imagine these guys speking pidgin. . . " I go cotu yua head riam tam tam!!"
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by Lafem(m): 3:28am On Oct 23, 2007|
Thanx Graphikdon. Your observation about my style and its influences is spot-on. Styles vary from artist to artist and can be blended as needed. Mine's a hybrid of the rich "Golden Age" styles of Disney, Warner Bros., and the Fleischer brothers studios, all combined with my own innate style. As you already know, a [cartoon] animator is an actor [with a pencil or computer] as well as an entertainer whose primary objective [and challenge] should be to arrest/captivate his audience's attention via his character(s)' ability to successfully [and clearly] deliver or convey a story/message.
As an artist/cartoonist/animator, I strive to incorporate humour into the very 'soul' of a lot of my characters [especially with respect to their body proportions, posture, and demeanor; all these are essential to establishing a character's personality], as I've found humour to be a most effective tool in helping to sustain one's audience's attention without compromising the essense of the story. That you find my characters captivating enoff to conjure animated images in your mind is most gratifying to know , and tells me that I achieved my aim. Once again, Merci!
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by iparrot(m): 6:18pm On Oct 23, 2007|
hey lafem, can you give me the license to model those characters , i can imagine the amount of fun i could get out of this when, i finish animating them!!!!
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by Seun(m): 8:19pm On Oct 23, 2007|
I'm here once again to put my mouth in your talk. I love you guys; will work with you someday.
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by iparrot(m): 4:59pm On Oct 24, 2007|
great seems like a lot of us artist are doing musical videos right now. well here is a test render of an animated musical video in progress. not added the touch ups yet. what you guys think abeg,
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by qeemus: 5:43pm On Oct 24, 2007|
hi ALL,PLS WHERE CAN I GET ORIGINAL 3D MAX SOFTWARE PLSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by Lafem(m): 12:37am On Oct 25, 2007|
Hell yeah, bro! For the right price, ofcourse. So you be animator too? Nice!!
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|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by zPixel(m): 7:48pm On Oct 25, 2007|
How come i haven't see this post before. Anyways, nice stuffs from everybody. Grafikdon i like the metallic render, Lafem, maybe one day i will model "ibadan's finest".
Am more of a realistic 3d artist.
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|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by Lafem(m): 2:56am On Oct 26, 2007|
@zPixel: Nothing do you, bro. I find your work VERY impressive. Keep 'em coming.
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by zPixel(m): 9:35pm On Oct 26, 2007|
This actually a work in progress, i hope to finish this guy one day. you might recognize him. He's bishop David Oyedepo (my university chancellor).
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by Whalewale(m): 12:41pm On Oct 27, 2007|
some of ma stuffs. a model of my room in hostel .,.,, so zpixel u dey here?
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by qeemus: 2:16pm On Oct 27, 2007|
whao, i'm short of words, can someone pls help out, i'm very good at sketches but have not tried anything on computer graphics yet.
@grafikdon&zpixel, ur'e hot, keep them coming
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by grafikdon: 4:09pm On Oct 27, 2007|
Keep 'em coming fellas.
@ Geemus,you have to grab something like photoshop and start practicing. Scout the net for free tutorials and join Photoshop discussion forums. In addition to photoshop, there abound a multitude of 3D applications that will be valuable to your computer graphics 'arsenal'.
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by grafikdon: 4:13pm On Oct 27, 2007|
Lee Enfield WWII Bolt action rifle.
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by grafikdon: 4:14pm On Oct 27, 2007|
More Lee Enfield,
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by grafikdon: 4:25pm On Oct 27, 2007|
Lee Enfield wireframe
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by grafikdon: 4:48pm On Oct 27, 2007|
Saladin Armoured Tank
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by grafikdon: 11:58am On Oct 28, 2007|
Smith and Wesson. Obviously, Modo for modeling, Photoshop for textures and Lightwave for rendering.
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by zPixel(m): 7:00pm On Oct 28, 2007|
I can see you like weapons. Nice models you've got. I've noticed that we hardly see lightwave users on this forum what's going on?
I know most of you have seen i-robot (the movie). i liked it so i modeled it a longtime ago, but i was scared of rendering then because i lacked the skills. Anyways, i prayed to the god of renderers and he visited me yesterday . Hope you like it.
It was modeled in Maya and exported to 3dsmax for rendering with v-ray and post was done in photoshop.
please crit & comments are welcome.
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by iparrot(m): 5:47pm On Nov 01, 2007|
great model but i think there are slight inconsistencies in the reflection of the body, espercially the back of the car. it kind of breaks between the windscreen and the bonnet too. but it might have been your intent. also check out seriouswheels.com you will be able to find that audi concept car there and a whole lots more so you can finish your model if you want to.
by the way, i use lightwave also, so grafikdon is not the only one!!
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by zPixel(m): 6:37pm On Nov 01, 2007|
Thanks alot for the c&c. Actually i agree with you about the reflection, the problem is from the modeling, that was because i didn't model with enough reference. For my new car project, i plan to grab enough reference from www.seriouswheels.com.
Nice to know grafikdon is not the only lightwaver here.
Does anyone know where i can get actually blueprint of cars online?
|Re: 2d/3d Art Gallery by Lafem(m): 5:21pm On Nov 02, 2007|
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