• Tnx Robert, Im pretty pleased myself, and i will keep on this style for next challenges! And you're right about the pumpkin. I should have made him to... ah, maybe later this week ;)
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  • ALX, really nice...congrats! p.s: you forgot the little sad/fat pumpkin:))
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  • Not again, "cepukovic", or "awang31". Trying to pull of the same as last time? Or did they all buy computers last week?
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  • scarrryyyy .....
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  • wht'z it? Tommato?..
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  • Nice Work.. Haunted Me!!!
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  • @Sharie; I hand-traced each line with a caligrafic-like pencil. The hardest part was to keep in mind where some lines start (thick), and where they end. It really gives you that pen-and-ink-look. I could have autotraced it, but would have been a totaly different outcome. But i'm quite driven with it, (it's my job after all) and got the drwawing traced in about 30 minutes. I saved the traqces as .EPS, imported it in PS. (Don't pixelerate the layer, keep it smartobject and it stays sharp.) I only used PS to create te underlaying colors. I reopend in Illustrator, and placed the artwork in a mask, underneath the strokes. Voila. You can print this one as large as you want! The pink in the face is just like the rest; only color and soft brush.
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  • :)
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  • About #520 - It's getting better ;)I would say the shape of the pumpking could be better (higher polycount on curves, gives smoother surfaces, esp. on the pumpkin "crown" area) That nose could still be a bit greener. But for your first 3dmax, very nice. I myself use blender, but max is more commercial!
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  • thanks
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  • This is interesting , scary pumpkin LOL. The only thing is it doesn't look like it is going to rot anytime soon. If this has some shriveled look and discoloration your idea might show a bit better, but then again maybe it is the thought of going bad that is scary
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  • Very nice. You have put a great deal of work into this one. It takes a lot of illustrator work when you go from traditional sketch to illustrator. I do that all the time and it can be hard to get the desired results and that is what I wanted to ask you..did you get the results you wanted transforming the sketch to the illustrator vector file? BTW I like how you made the face skin watermelon pink flesh color
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  • Oh this poor pumpkin. Can you imagine the headache one would have with all those nails. Creative and nice 3d work. I wished this wasn't so dark, Some lighting,brightness/contrast adjusting would show off your work a bit more.
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  • Very nice work DesignsbyALX, I like this one allot.. :)
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  • @designsbyALX hi.I use 3ds max for modeling and Vray for rendering,photoshop . sorry just learning and just want to participate. :)
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  • Nice job!
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  • #518 - WAHAHAHAHAHWAHAHAHWAHAHAHWAHAHAHAHHWAHAHAHAHAHAH LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL !!!!!!!! - kickAsh liner! hahahahaha!! TRUE actually!
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  • elp
    Been trying to upload a jpeg for a while, and it will not work, is there something wrong with the site?
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  • @ Taufik; hey, 3d, always like those! What program did u use?!
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  • Sorry reeni I missed the entry earlier, not sure why I didn't see it. Ok This pumpkin is crrepy like and that vine with the hand holy cow don't pick this thing! I do wish this was a bit more clean looking, it looks fuzzy or is that the effect you were going for
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