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  1. As long as the end result works in all the ways you need it to, use whatever method you prefer.
  2. TAG Heuer Watch...

    Thanks guys!

    From the album Stuff.

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    From the album Stuff.

  6. It's been quite some time since I posted up any work here, so I thought I'd throw up a couple of images. C4D, Arnold and a little 'post' in Photoshop. Cheers Karl
  7. It's that attention to detail that makes all the difference. It's about keeping going beyond the point where others think they've finished. Really nice work.
  8. Fantastic and, yes, the scar looks much better. How did you do the moisture on the eyes, just along the bottom eyelides?
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    I'm starting to sound like a stuck record, but lovin' these again! The attention to detailing in your modelling and texturing is wonderful.
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    It must be satifying when you have a distinctive style and then someone likes it enough to pay you to put it front and centre. A validation of sorts. While I don't have any particular style, I realy enjoy trying to make things look real (sometime more sucessfully than others) and, luckily, that's generally what I get called upon to do. That goes some way to making up for not getting to indulge myself. :)
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    Yes, the smooth discs caught my eye, too. But still a very nice piece of work, despite that. It's great that you have a comercial outlet for your very personal style.
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    It does have a tactile quality that makes you want to touch it. Partly due to the materials and partly due to the attention to detail.
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    Absolutely lovely stuff, as usual.
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    With regard to Octane, what size was the second shot run at and how long did the render take? Great, great stuff, as usual.