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    carton Rendering

    - Gimp for assembling and creating texture.
    - Blender and SketchUp for modeling
    - Indigo, luxrender and Kerktthea for the calculation
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    - Materials are the result of a freehand drawings on paper scanned and post products with Gimp on a cardboard texture
    I use Sketchup in Blender
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    Wow, this is some I was thinking about since many months...
    Beautiful realization, and fascinating idea, it reminds me one of the work of a great 3D artists, Ania Celarek: Chameleon.
    I personally prefer LuxRender version, I think it's better than other images.



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    LO-VE-LY! I love it! Great realisation of a cool idea... all renders look good, and I would like to see how it looks in Blender's rendering engine



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    and once again i have to say, good render... very original idea, me likes this
    one very much ciccio!!

    five stars for sure....

    Bye, Olaf.



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    Yes...I followed this on the Lux site. Awesome idea and great implementation. 5 Stars.
    Art is a collaboration between God and the artist, and the less the artist does the better.

    Andre Gide



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    Great idea. Just love it!!
    Just when I thought I was out... they pull me back in!



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    Very interesting! It's nice to see works that excel through composition, color and concept, and not through the insane amount of polygons and opullent design. Your stuff remind of of origamic architecture, kirigami.
    There is no fun without YOU !
    http://teogreengage.blogspot.com/
    teo cazghir




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    The scissors look too clean and shiny for my taste, but other than that it looks awesome!
    Would be cool to see an animation of that.



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    thanks guys for your positive comments!
    Incantato!!



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