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This my first post here. It is personel work named "Spider". An idea was in creation of mechanical spider collected from different details and done with some rough instuments. Done with 3dsmax 9, Vray, FumeFx, Photoshop. Hope you like it. Thank's!
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  • 12/11 2014
    10:01
    Dan Makster

    An amazing work, and an exceptional talent. Unbelievable - mention it on my blog
  • 10/11 2014
    10:28
    Dan Makster

    Mechanical spider - its an amazing idea. And the photo is one of the best I've seen ever. I've looked in the steam picture, which is also really great. Great art and
    07/11 2014
    07:10
    Dan Makster

    That's an interesting idea - creating a mechanical spider. The outcome is just awesome and very professional. sunny magazine
  • 03/11 2014
    09:32
  • 03/11 2014
    09:27
    vivi Kim

    Le chronographe Silverstone initial rejoint le monde de l'horlogerie en 1974. La pièce a immédiatement attiré l'attention par son coussin en forme de coupe-cas réplique. La forme du boîtier reflète un beau mélange de carré et rond inspiré par la courbure
  • 09/07 2012
    09:14
    Ariane Momeni

    Great work, what software did you use for the smoke?
  • 20/05 2010
    04:21
    Emanuel Maia

    Super good work
  • 21/10 2009
    04:41
    David Freeman

    YOur ability with textures and lighting are very good. Your wood tones and maps work very well in this render. I like the mixture of soft and hard within this render. outstanding work.
  • 31/05 2009
    06:04
    Nigel Doyle

    Stunning work. Well done :)
  • 21/05 2009
    04:37
    Heather Nicholson

    fantastic work
  • 21/05 2009
    02:03
    J Barrios

    I agree; absolutely amazing attention to details. Not only on the spider itself, but the surroundings. Fantastic execution on this piece.
  • 21/05 2009
    10:35
    Duncan Evans

    The detail in those legs with all the little cogs and machinery parts is amazing.