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Tug Boat during the Expo 1900

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This time it's not a pavilion, but as the river Seine was an important way in this Paris World's Fair of 1900, all the fluvial material will be needed in this project.

Here's a Tug boat of 1900, the original one was restored by an association few years ago, and the museum give me the plans for my reconstruction.

I've also made a little animation for the Association, to show in their shows...
This is the link (AVI DIVX 640x480 - 3'30" - 21mo) :
May 24, 2007
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May 24, 2007 11:24:10 am
Fantastic work. You're very talented and this image must have taken you days to render. Splendid!

by PositivelyCreative Homepage »

May 24, 2007 1:02:02 pm
Une bien belle image mais surtout 3'30" de bonheur avec l'animation !!
Bravo Laurent ...

A very fine picture but however 3'30" of happyness with the animation

by mhyrdin Homepage »

May 24, 2007 5:48:45 pm
Very nice little tugboat. Waiting for the AVI to finish downloading great work look forward to more this is a great project.

by Dann-O Homepage »

May 24, 2007 5:55:12 pm
Has a great look of the old movies, wonderful modelling and awesome series.

by chrispoole Homepage »

May 25, 2007 7:00:36 am
Excellent travail de texture et effet ! Fantastique mon grand ! Bonne journée à vous deux :)

by Valerie-Ducom Homepage »

Jun 9, 2007 9:00:09 am
beautiful scene and modeling. great job

by packermarvin Homepage »

Sep 5, 2007 10:35:09 am
Just wonderful.

As with the other images in this series, I have small suggestions about the film grain/bleaching/hand tinting effects you are doing here. There are a lot of plugins that simulate this . . . it looks like you're doing a little fogging by using "clouds" on the edges to lighten and desaturate, but that's only partly effective.

One simple idea is to duplicate the layer, and blur it, setting the composite to "soft light". Then desaturate the orginal layer (eg, turn it to black and white). This composite gives a nice hand tinted effect

by crocodilian Homepage »


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