1. 16:57 19th Oct 2014

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    Reblogged from spoopyaward

    TOPOLOGY WIKI (modeling)

    cgdiary:

    Today I decided to make some research on the correct use of topology, to find out what I could improve in my modeling workflow. Found a topology wiki with a very interesting approach.

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  2. 13:30 21st Sep 2014

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    Reblogged from three0fspades

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    wgsn:

Inspired by 3D modelling software glitches, Noa Raviv has designed garments that bring the digital into a physical space.  Classic Greek and Roman sculptures are the starting point and then worked into hi-tech garments.

yeah that looks about right…

    wgsn:

    Inspired by 3D modelling software glitches, Noa Raviv has designed garments that bring the digital into a physical space.  Classic Greek and Roman sculptures are the starting point and then worked into hi-tech garments.

    yeah that looks about right…

     
  3. 13:30 20th Sep 2014

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    I am so in love with Christophe Largillier’s “Bikeshop”.

    Such a beautiful space! There is such a good balance of visual detail and empty space—something I think is often overlooked in cg environment pieces. Many times people try to cram in as much detail and as many models as possible, but forget the calm areas that are necessary as well.

    Click through for more images.

     
  4. A great interview over on Digital Tutors on tropes in the Motion Media Design world…what works, what doesn’t, and how to improve.

    "I don’t think it’s really one ‘thing’. It’s more about showing personality, communicating ideas well and telling stories with well-executed flair, and trying to do it a little differently than the next guy. Some reels scream style, some whisper finesse but great reels show you that the designer loves what they do, and knows their shit."
    -Interview with Peter Quinn

     
  5. 13:30 18th Sep 2014

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    Reblogged from classicalrecords

    classicalrecords:

    Richard Silver, a New York-based photographer, created a visual series called “Time Sliced,” where he visits famous landmarks around the world and captures their transitions from day to night.

    A great take on a standard timelapse procedure! You can easily do this with any timelapse sequence you’ve already shot, as long as there was no camera movement. 

     
  6. 20:28 13th Sep 2014

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    Droids in the courtyard! #ILM #Lucasfilm #TheseAreNotTheDroidsYoureLookingFor (at LucasFilm)

    Droids in the courtyard! #ILM #Lucasfilm #TheseAreNotTheDroidsYoureLookingFor (at LucasFilm)

     
  7. 20:25

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    Casual Saturday at #ILM #Lucasfilm (for the Rebels screening) (at LucasFilm)

    Casual Saturday at #ILM #Lucasfilm (for the Rebels screening) (at LucasFilm)

     
  8. 20:23

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    My friends’ entry! #ILM #Lucasfilm  #SidewalkArtFestival #Ewok (at LucasFilm)

    My friends’ entry! #ILM #Lucasfilm #SidewalkArtFestival #Ewok (at LucasFilm)

     
  9. 20:21

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    More creative sidewalk art #ILM #Lucasfilm #SidewalkArtFestival #letitgo #alwaysletthewampawin (at LucasFilm)

    More creative sidewalk art #ILM #Lucasfilm #SidewalkArtFestival #letitgo #alwaysletthewampawin (at LucasFilm)

     
  10. 20:19

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    Pretty great chalk art seen at #ILM #Lucasfilm #SidewalkArtFestival  (at LucasFilm)

    Pretty great chalk art seen at #ILM #Lucasfilm #SidewalkArtFestival (at LucasFilm)