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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
is that 3d?
not really my cup of tea subjectwise, but nice anyways
thanks for sharing
I don't see anything either.
nope i got the fancy
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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?
"By the breaking of my thumbs something wicked this way comes."
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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.
Awesome! I love the soft, realistic rendering mixed with stylistic and simplistic design. Great job!!
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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.