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Xtaz last won the day on March 15 2020

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About Xtaz

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    3D, friends, design, war simulation, dogs
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    Marcos Rezende
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    Campo Grande / MS / Brazil

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  1. Amazing results.... Did you try animate it ?
  2. this topic remember me this effect that I created a long time ago butterfly.mov
  3. Definitely decal is the solution . I used them to weathering these models.
  4. Xtaz

    Hey there

    Welcome aboard...
  5. Do you really need this patches density on the landscape ?
  6. my attempt is to animating them individually until they join together... and then to use a new model created and rigged with the joined robots
  7. Amazing... really great job.
  8. amazing caricatures.. I loved the style and appeal
  9. Welcome back Grand PoohBah ! I'm glad to see you here again...
  10. I modeled a lot of them to Anything Goes Contest early in 2012, I used treez plugin to trunk ( displacement map as texture) and hair to leaves...
  11. Your work is superb. Maybe some changes in the driver to make him more relaxed, he is looking like a robot in this pose. The elbow should be away from the body with your hands more centered. Tilting the spine will also help in naturalizing the pose.
  12. you are completely right... and it works pretty well, but the user needs another 3d software to render it, the magic trick to export directly to Standalone Octane is to program an alembic file exporter
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