EXCLUSIVE!! rejected first version of the G4 Imac!!

AlphaTech

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which version of Cinema 4d do you have??? I have the Go version, but it doesn't run under OS X natively. I have other things I need to get before I update to a higher version.
 
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vitruvius

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version

i have the XL 7.3 version and is great! it runs quite smooth on OSX, so anything u need u can ask me, well im really a newbie on C4D , (used to work on FormZ and recently discovered Cinema capabilities for Rendering and modeling complex objects ) but ill be happy to discuss about any 3D related subject ( maybe i can start a thread to talk about macs and 3D modelers to see how many people use that in MR's)

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mac15

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thats some nice work
was it hard making it, I could never make anything like that
 
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vitruvius

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3 hours

it just take about 3 hours to make (including 30minutes for convert the linear dock and menus into eliptical ones...what a pain in the @ss) its not really a complex model, the secret is to choose the right materials and a dramatical light


by the way if someone wants to see other models and stuff designed by me my page is open to everyone homepage.mac.com/agell :D

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wake up Jobs!!!

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hummmmmmmmmm

Looks Like a vanity mirror to me

Apple's new product will be called :
iAmavanitymirrorandnoonebuyme

lollollololol
(ok it is not that funny)
 
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Mr. Anderson

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nice stuff. What did you use to warp the screen image to make it oval?

Loved the portfolio, really nice, good job!
 
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vitruvius

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old fashion way

quote from Dukestreet:

"nice stuff. What did you use to warp the screen image to make it oval? "

im afraid it isnt any hocus pocus method to do it instantly i just did it the old fashion way: copy every single item and rotating it to match the angle of the screen. :rolleyes:

by the way thanks to take some time to see my works its nice to receive coments from other people, specially in the 3D bussiness ( ive seen in other threads that u use LighWave on regular basis,LightWave is one of the Softwares i want lo learn next to my trip into Cinema 4D)

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Mr. Anderson

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Re: old fashion way

Originally posted by vitruvius

im afraid it isnt any hocus pocus method to do it instantly i just did it the old fashion way: copy every single item and rotating it to match the angle of the screen. :rolleyes:

by the way thanks to take some time to see my works its nice to receive coments from other people, specially in the 3D bussiness ( ive seen in other threads that u use LighWave on regular basis,LightWave is one of the Softwares i want lo learn next to my trip into Cinema 4D)
Ah, thought you might have had a new photoshop plugin that I didn't know about.

Yep, I use lightwave, absolutely love it and I'm still working on getting better as an animator. I'll post stuff when I have something interesting to show, I'm doing mostly engineering illustration, so its not that exciting.

The only thing I noticed on your oval iMac is that you might want to increase the number of sides on the screen, the flat edges give it away. If you had used 3 or 4 times the edges, you'd get a much smoother effect. It would probably work fine in animation, but as a still it quite obvious (well to me atleast) But again, great job. I look forward to seeing some more of your work.

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