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SimonTheSorcerer

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About SimonTheSorcerer

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    Pondering what you're pondering

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    http://www.orestisc.com

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  • First Name
    Orestis
  • Last Name
    Konstantinidis
  • C4D Ver
    17 Studio
  • Location
    Friedrichsdorf, Germany
  • Interests
    Animation, CG, tennis, movies, music, violin

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  1. Fantastic work, that's really a great likeliness model. It captures the personality of the character with great accuracy. I will disagree with most here though, I think the hair is the weakest part of the rendition. They look too soft to me, especially on the beard, as if the hair strands are too thin and too many. In the actual character they look more scruffy and rigid I think (open in new window to see full resolution): That isn't to say that there hasn't been an amazing job already. Thanks for the breakdown as well!
  2. Blackmagic Fusion contest

    Hi all, my buddy and ex-coworker Vito LaManna started making tutorials for Blackmagic Fusion (ex. Eyeon Fusion) recently. He's a great 2D/3D artist, and the high-end knowledge that he shares, especially in the Le Buck's Ring tutorial, is quite rare to find in the tutorial scene. For those who don't know Fusion, it is a nodal compositor similar to Nuke. It's quite powerful for 3D workflows, and the Free version is good enough for many single-seat freelancers, supporting up to UHD resolutions. Long story short, there is a running competition with prizes from Blackmagic: The rules are to follow Vito's Lightbulb tutorial using your own 3D design, and using the free version of Fusion. The tutorial will be released in a few days, but it's already available for his Patreon supporters. It runs until February 8th. I think Fusion makes a good combination with C4D, so feel free to try your luck, learn some nodal compositing and maybe win a prize on the way.
  3. If they have identical structure you can select all, copy from the Powerslider, select all on the target, Paste on the Powerslider.

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