Graviton Street Bike
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|I present to you the Graviton Street Bike. It's a two wheeled mean machine that takes no crap from any intergalactic road. It can comfortably sit one person inside. If you have any questions about purchase price please contact me on the Planet Elrian Dealership. ;-)
This scene as well as many other scenes in this gallery are part of an online comic book that I'm self-publishing. I will attend the NYC Comic-Con, Chicago Comic-Con and San Diego this year 2008. All 3D objects are produced in Carrara and exported as a line drawing. Then I add some Photoshop magic. Search for DuoComics anytime, anywhere.
Uploaded: February 12, 2008
Gallery: Digital Comics
Genre: Science Fiction
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Interesting mix here, motion blur and posterized shaders.
The shape of the speeder matches it's function.
Well laid out and a believable piece of machinery.
My Roadstar 1700 seats two comfortably.
Excellent image and bluepring well done , kudos..
Like RBlue says, form follows function. A convincing manga style design.
Wow it does produce great toon edges I've used carrara in some of my earlier pages for geo edges it's the king. I like the effects it gives it an edge keep them in there. 5+
Cool schematic and nice image!
I love the model and the image really rocks too, so much detail, simply great artwork. I look forward to seeing your comic book, and good luck with the Expos!
Cool looking bike, and you did a great job of creating that sense of motion and speed.
Very cool bike and great effects work!
This is a masterwork which verifies that one is making comics one should always invent devices when thinking to their function. It's absolutely necessary to make the reader of the comics (same true for films) beleive to the adventure universe that we are creating. I am so frenquently in dispute with people that are creating scifi objects without having the slightest idea of how they should operate if they existed.
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