Wolf At The Door

You did some crazy stuff here !
Nice work :slight_smile:

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Brilliant work :clap:

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Truly superior work, concept & effect - one is as fully “present” at the scene as if one has lived it. If you know Olivier’s films “Richard III” & “Henry V,” you bring your viewer/audience into the given moment of history as convincingly as he did - & you don’t even have full video motion! Impressive; do more.

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Brilliant, indeed. You unite & encourage some tremendous talent & potential here - for what is now a legitimate new art form.
Given international reach, & granted English isn’t everyone’s birth tongue - hopefully we keep grammar, etc. for clarity & precision in sharing thoughts [ …BobM - “his” last post…] . As with Gertrude Stein, “There’s no ‘their’ there.” :wink:

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Thank you for the kind comment! Yes, I certainly hope to work on more projects like this in the future although getting the financial support to help me achieve these is extremely challenging - especially when I’m committed to them for such long periods.

Incredible work!

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Amazing, not only in the final work but also in the preproduction and historically correct planing.

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Amazing work. Amount of passion and love is tremendous .

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tell me the characteristics of your computer (ram, graphics cards, processor).
Thank you

Hi. The workstation I used is about four years old and has an overclocked Intel Core i7-6800K 3.40GHz processor. 32 GB system RAM. NVIDIA QuadroFX M5000 graphics 2048 CUDA Cores/8GB RAM. Hope that helps.

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Outstanding work. Nice to see some Scottish history getting love. It’s interesting comparing your scene and renders with the scene from the film Outlaw King. I think I prefer yours :slight_smile:

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This such a fantastic job, you live your dream. I tried to do similar projects in my spare time, but never got the motivation to spend much time too it.
Which you could tell more about how you did all the assets, the nature the people etc…

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Thanks. The asset, figures and horses were all created in Blender too. And they’re all fully rigged so I can pose them to create more natural dioramas.

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WOW, just WOW.
Did you do the project all by yourself ?

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Yes, everything in this project was accomplished entirely by myself. I just had help with some of the historical research, of course.

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You’re on the #featured row! :+1:

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Holy guacamole, this is incredible!

this is great !!! i love it !!!

How are the prints going?

Did any museum tried to contact you yet?

These new angles look super nice!

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I think you have a typo, there is a video. BUt i guess you mean moving characters. You have any idea how much work that is on a set of this scale. This one man band already showed GOD like capabilities, modeling, rendering, texturing, rigging, lighting, materializing, sfx… now we want animation as well? Thats to much to ask for :wink: