Just a simple comparison.
The difference that treating Blender as a cool program with mystical features that still have to be learned
and treating Blender as part of a digital art pipeline makes. Mind you that’s 3 years more experience.
By the way both times I was inspired to do this after watching “How to train your Dragon”, a really awesome animated movie.
If you really want to see my disgrace from back then here is the link:
Stay tuned to see what happens to that dragon next..
Everyone knows that the moon’s made of cheeeeese
W.I.P .. inspired by “Wallace and Grommit” and a series on How Gravity works on Youtube by HellstormDe
I managed to capture a moon with the planet which gets into orbit for half a minute before starting to crash violently into the planet, scraping it at every pass and kicking “debris” into space:
Yes I am alive, just occupied, I appologize for that, gonna try to change it again soon 😉 W.I.P.
Another small update… the camera will probably arrive around Friday, because there where some problems with transferring the payment to the bank account of the reseller, and shipping takes 5 days.
After finishing an informatics test at school I had time to do some more modelling on the head. The mayor to middle details are laid down now, so I´ll probably continue with some other parts of the body.
The vintage style composited picture also makes a nice Desktop background by now IMO 😉
Good day to you