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    Brothers In Blood II

    Hi guys. Been a while since I last post my work..
    This is the most recent image I've created.
    It depicts two adult Carnotaurs that are cautiously following huge Diplodocidae herd in the distance.
    It is in a way remake of one of my older images named "Brothers In Blood" that I created and posted on cg talk about 7 years ago.
    Tools used, Zbrush for modeling and texturing, 3ds max mental ray for render and Photoshop for compo.

    This is that older image:
    Brothers In Blood II

    Interesting thing for me was to see how far I've advanced in computer graphics trough this image. Comparing it back when I was just starting, when unwrapping a model seemed like a terrible nightmare to me

    Hope you like what you see


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    omg i love the hands on the second one!!!!
    Great work!

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    Great improvement.

    I am looking at these creatures and starting to wonder:
    Why did they evolve the tiny little stumps for arms? They can't do anything with them at all.
    How are they standing up? It looks like 60-65% of their body is in the front. Unless their tail is as heavy as their entire torso and head.

    These aren't critiques of your work, but rather the evolution that created these creatures.

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    wow nice work.

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    I love paleoart, and this is some great stuff.

    Pavel, obviously Carnotaurus did not evolve "properly". But are you willing to travel back in time and tell one that to its face?

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    Thx for comments guys!
    Yeah, Carno sure got bad card in the evolution game..but funny thing, to me personally that is one of the most interesting and visually powerful dinosaurs, despite that deficiency.

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    gorgeous pictures

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