That would be possible, lets see… a rig for the toung, might be tricky… the chameleon would just need a bit of head and eye movement… moth would be a challenge, such a quick motion.
Might consider doing that, but if it turned out crap, i wouldn’t post it. :no:
Its nice to see more people entering the weekend challenge, every weekend. I liked Babracadabra’s entry, and for some reason I couldnt open the animals image on imageshack and I didnt get that impact from it as said above. I also like something about imperitor’s entry, maybe its because im from south africa but in the end my vote went to Babracadabra.
Anyways, I’m sorry for my pathetic excuse of an entry, but I didnt not want to enter Will post something better next w.e.
wow! you liked mine! somebody who does good work stated in public that they liked mine! i now feel as if i have reached a new level in the realm of 3d, i have moved up from “complete crap” to “semi-suck”!!!
Heh, Popsy yours was actually one of my favorites. I’m a big HP fan but beyond that I just loved the idea and the setup (and the well-used beanbag chair facing the wall with nothing but calendar, clock, and poster!) However, the desired date will eventually come, so I voted for someone else. :o
Thanks! There was a one sentence description in the post thread about the giant’s story:
Although he finally gained his wish to become a giant, to touch the stars, to see forever, all he cared for became too small for him to grasp, and so he longed to be a giant no more.
So what was “out of reach” for him before became “in reach,” but the most important things in life (like his wife) he could no longer grasp. Once he remembered her, he wanted to be able to reach her again, and not just physically.
My general idea/question going into this project is “what if you could suddenly reach everything except what mattered most?”
Lots of good entries. I like Babracadabra’s, RobertT’s and Migero’s entries most. Again onzephyr did a very nice job aswell, though last mentioned isn’t a option which makes choosing a bit easier. Click! RobertT gets my vote.
So hard to choose, almost had to flip a coin. In the end I picked Robert T. I really like the idea behind the piece and how it ties into the theme. Stylistically I really like the composition pulling the viewer from the midground back to the foreground is not an easy task, well done. The image comes off almost as if it were a soft pastel drawing. again nice work.
The cheese moon in Babracadabra’s piece has a beautiful illustrative style to it. I also really enjoyed Spectre-7’s Jetsons meets Jeffersons concept. Someone else said Babracadabra I think, they would like to see TheAnimal’s entry in motion I’d have to agree.
And Migero your model is gorgeous.