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Fre3-Styl3r
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« : 10-19-2007 13:04 »

Hello, iam from Germany, so sorry for my bad englisch  ;). I want to show you, my Futurama 3D Picture ...

trickster381

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« #1 : 10-19-2007 13:39 »
« : 10-19-2007 13:39 »

neat,
check out some of mine

http://www.peelified.com/cgi-bin/Futurama/4-001598-1/
BigBen

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« #2 : 10-19-2007 14:00 »

pretty..i especially like how u drew her name
trickster381

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« #3 : 10-19-2007 14:17 »

my others have even better customized names, like my robot santa has a tree t and a bomb a
Fre3-Styl3r
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« #4 : 10-19-2007 14:19 »

HEY THIS IS MY THREAD !!!!
trickster381

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« #5 : 10-19-2007 15:33 »
« : 10-19-2007 15:33 »

calm down i wasn't tryin to make you mad, anyway great picture.
JavieR

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« #6 : 10-19-2007 15:33 »

nice work with the render Fre3-Styl3r.
looking forward for more!.
SpaceCase

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« #7 : 10-19-2007 17:40 »

    Quote
    Originally posted by trickster381:
    check out some of mine

    [IMAGE]

    go here for lots of others [link]
    • This is Fre3-Styl3r's thread, NOT YOURS!
    • You started your own art thread - POST IT THERE!
    • Do NOT try to steal somebody else's thread for your art.
    • Very poor move.
    • If you had any manners, you wouldn't have intentionally posted your art in someone elses thread.
    • If you have any manners, you'll apologize (lavishly!) to Fre3-Styl3r
    • If you have any manners you'll edit your post.
    • Look.
    [*SC dials own thremostat down a thousand Kelvin*]

    [*Ahem*]
    Having said that:
    Quote
    Originally posted by Fre3-Styl3r:
    Hello, iam from Germany, so sorry for my bad englisch   ;). I want to show you, my Futurama 3D Picture ...

    [IMAGE]
    Whoa.
    Sehr gut, mein freund!
    I'm impressed. If you have any more, please share them.
    Don't worry about your English; I understand you.
    Your worst English is better than my best German!  ;)
    Fre3-Styl3r
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    « #8 : 10-19-2007 17:55 »

    I've worked on this picture 17 hours, it has got about 100 000 polygons and the renter-time (sorry, i dont know the word in englisch  ;) ) is 1 hour ...

    Iam going to improve (verbessern) the picture in the next days ...
    trickster381

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    « #9 : 10-19-2007 18:17 »

    wow 17 hours, 100 000 polygons, very impressive.
    bend_her

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    « #10 : 10-20-2007 00:37 »

    That's impressive! What did you use to render it? Perhaps you could put in a bit of area lighting in, too much contrast.
    coldangel

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    « #11 : 10-20-2007 00:58 »

    Great work, Fre3-Styl3r. That looks wonderful.
    You young people these days are so clever with all your techno-gizmos...
    1futuramafan1

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    « #12 : 10-20-2007 01:20 »

      Awesome job!  I always have liked 3-d drawings!  You should draw some more!  :)
    Mattador701

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    « #13 : 10-20-2007 01:59 »

    Nice! Can't wait to see more.
    Nicky boy

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    « #14 : 10-20-2007 07:57 »

    yeah it cool.  :)
    RobotDevilRox

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    « #15 : 10-20-2007 11:40 »

    Very impressive, FS! Will we be seeing any more?
    Fre3-Styl3r
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    « #16 : 10-20-2007 12:08 »
    « : 10-20-2007 12:08 »

    Iam going to make a short filmsequence with the planet express ship.
    RobotDevilRox

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    « #17 : 10-21-2007 09:04 »

    Awesome, looking forward to it!
    Professor Zoidy

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    « #18 : 10-21-2007 19:24 »

    Very nice 3-D image. You should let JavieR put it on his site.
    FuturamaPac

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    « #19 : 10-22-2007 00:12 »

    Good job.
    Rosa

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    « #20 : 11-07-2007 16:15 »

    I loved the 3D image
    wonderful
    kaotik4266

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    « #21 : 11-13-2007 04:37 »

    Wahrscheinlich ist deine Englisch besser als unser Deutsch. Meine Gramatik ist nicht so gut (dass heisst: schlecht)!
    Anyways, great picture and I can't wait for more! The video sounds good. What program are you using?

    (Auch, die Qualität deine English ist fast egal. Wir können dich verstehen  ;) )

    Written with no help from Google!
    Benders_Fan

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    « #22 : 12-02-2007 17:21 »

    This is quite good. 3D things always impress me. What program did you use to make this?
    zoidberg770

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    « #23 : 12-29-2008 18:39 »

    did you use a program or draw that   
    which ever one   that is brilliant

    Das finde ich Sehr toll!  (i think)
    RS 2thou

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    « #24 : 01-08-2009 14:52 »

    did you use a program or draw that   
    which ever one   that is brilliant

    Das finde ich Sehr toll!  (i think)

    Since it was done in 3d it was not drawn, a program like Maya, 3ds Max, Lightwave, XSI, and etc would've been used to make the scene and most likely render it and they are very capable of producing such a render. Maya and 3ds Max are the most commom found in the industry.

    Fre3-Styl3r, if you see this very nice work on the modeling, texturing, shaders, and rendering.
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