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    Cow Failed investment

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    Hi,

    Illustrated this for a magazine article about failed ship investments.

    Hope you like it, and if you do, check out my daily updated weblog for more imagery.

    All the best,

    Metin

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    if you scroll up and down quickly the water starts to move.. thats cool!! good work!

    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    3d?

    is that 3d?

    not really my cup of tea subjectwise, but nice anyways

    thanks for sharing

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    Or is it just me?

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    I don't see anything either.



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    nope i got the fancy

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    Thanks for your comments. I had some problems with my site's server, but the image should remain visible again now.

    I noticed the same effect with the water when scrolling. Psychedelic!

    Cheers,

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    Hehheh, that's pretty sweet. Can't say I'm really getting the "message" though, I can think of a few idioms/etc but I'm not sure.

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    man thats pretty cool. very different looking and interesting for sure. well done. Can you tell us about how you made this?

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    Thanks guys!

    The idea behind the illo is that this man has invested in a ship that turns out to be close to a wreck, so his future plans fall into the water. It's fairly straightforward. The magazine article is about ship investments that turn out bad.

    I created it using 3ds Max and the V-Ray renderer for the subtle shadow colors, highlights and reflections. Used an orthographic view to get a parallel perspective in stead of the usual vanishing point perspective. I like that because it has an estranging effect and pleasantly forces me to approach the illustration composition in a graphic design fashion.

    Cheerio,

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    Awesome! I love the soft, realistic rendering mixed with stylistic and simplistic design. Great job!!

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    Thank you too Ray! Much appreciated.

    All the best,

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    Interesting design, although I do notice that the wood has some odd edges in a few places (the double lines).
    Everything also looks very plastic, some textures would probably have made for some interesting surfaces, but I can understand that most of the focus was put on the shapes and design.

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