afraid that for the forseeable future the gallery will not be updated
so please do not send me any pictures or captions. Sorry but i dont
really have the time anymore.
NEW - GA FEEDBACK check out some of the responses and feednack I've had from the abominate -updated JULY 2001
>>GA BULLETIN AUGUST2001 WELCOME BACK... its been a while, but here is the new Summner GA update. There are some real treats in store to say the least... enjoy and keep 'em coming !
Also, back by very popular demand is the Clockwork Dog movie. Go see the page for the story.
For Summer 2001, a total of 16 new winners. 4 Faces/Heads, just 2Character/Object, 5 Scenes but best of all 5 all new Movies and they are all total gems. Also plenty of new captions.This year I've had a lot of stuff sent in as the GA really does seem to be pretty famous on the web now and is linked from all over the shop. The judging was therefore pretty tough but trust me, I have here the best of what came in. Also, I get sent a lot of entries that are attempts to try and frame or shame peoples enemies..... the 3d isn't all that bad and its just a scam to try and get someone onto the GA. Trust me, these schemes won't get in. Hold you mouse over the sneak peek thumbs to get the titles. Have fun, spread the word and see you for a new update in late 2001 !
>>LOST MOVIES - can you help ? You may remember that my old service provider decided to remove my site one day earlier in the year (hence the URL change). Well sadly I lost the only copies of the following movies:
If you have either of these movies or know someone who has them on a hard drive then please send them in to me asap. Thanx.
yes, that all important but tricky head modelling session - I bet many of us can identify with these images (myself included). Modelling a photoreal head is an artform in itself but heads for simple characters can also be a pain in neck. The proud owners of this little bunch however, have gone quite drastically off the beaten track.
"simple but effective" - no perhaps not in this case. Maybe a little too simple or just lacking in effectiveness. Five minutes at the helm just about gets you logged on - let alone modelling and rendering Santa Claus or a futuristic spaceship !
Mainly star wars scenes at the moment but very entertaining none the less. There must be something like an 80% chance of a 3d novice doing an at-at or an R2 as his very first little project ! Compostion should be noted here as well as pallette choice and rendering aesthetics.
Well - we all know poor animation when we see it but you don't know shit till you've checked out this little box of treats !
you have any material you would like to contribute please mail
me as soon as possible.