3D Artwork: NO42. G1 Cosmos

Discussion in 'Transformers Fan Art' started by foart, Dec 10, 2011.

  1. foart

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  2. soymonk

    soymonk Mathematical!

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    Wow, really nice renders!
     
  3. 2ndSndWve

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    wow. how long did it take to make it?
     
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    Josh Comic Color-guy

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    grimlock_king25 Hail to the king, baby

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    i want this made.
     
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    Awesome job on him!
     
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    What the heck!? Get back to working on your assigned models! ;) 

    In all seriousness though, that's a great rendition of G1 Cosmos. The proportions look right and the color / materials are accurate to what they should be. I do think that it would be kind of cool to begin adding a bit more wear and tear to the edges and have some color variations along the surface to experiment with hyper-realism. I can't remember if you use 3DS Max, but you could try doing layered procedurals, and then control where detail falls by making opacity maps. All in all though, a great job. I need to start doing better myself, lol.
     
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    With all of the 3D rendering talent on here, I don't know how you guys haven't made a TF mod of a FPS yet. Even if only by accident.
     
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