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Vue People posted on May 01, 2002
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Vue d'Esprit 4 and Poser (no post work) Wherever you go in France, from north to south, in every city and town, people are playing this game. I used Neftis's Enzio. The other morphs are made by me. Mychelle-Anne, this image is for you. Enzio is great and so natural:-)

Comments (32)


3:49PM | Wed, 01 May 2002

Hmmmm.. this is a great pic (again) Reminds me of my holidays in the Tarn valley Never understood the game but the French are playing it everywhere indeed.



3:59PM | Wed, 01 May 2002

LOL, this is so totally fantastic....great great work. Sharen



4:10PM | Wed, 01 May 2002

WOW ! really a GREAT PIC !!! The Groundtexture is great, too !!


4:12PM | Wed, 01 May 2002

I wish I wasn't an American for the sole purpose of this image! :( I have NO IDEA what game this is! But I love this picture! It put a smile on my face - you really have "captured the moment"! What did you to for the ground texture? Do I see 2 or 3 terrains scaled down? Teach me this game!!


4:32PM | Wed, 01 May 2002

Thanks:-) About the game: The little red ball is called "cochonnet". It is mostly woodden. Each player has to throw their "boule de panque" in heavy alluminium material (children plays with heavy plastic bowls) the nearest possible to the cochonnet. There is always one who has a tape measure in his pocket to make sure who is the winner. To answer concerning the ground, it is made from 4 or 5 completely flattened digged terrains put together and mapped with different bitmaps.


4:37PM | Wed, 01 May 2002

I forgot to say: the trick in this game is to push away, with your own bowl, the others bowl what is sitting near the cochonnet:-), but bring your bowl to stop as close as possible there. Not easy.


4:49PM | Wed, 01 May 2002

wow this extremely beautifull... i really like the poses of the characters and cloths and everything.. great work



5:12PM | Wed, 01 May 2002

Love the way you captured a moment in time that is right before the big reactions the players would be doing. Nice work. :)



5:38PM | Wed, 01 May 2002

This image reminds me of my childhood in France (Mantes la Jolie). A great game that can last for hours. Thanks Gebe for posting it.



6:53PM | Wed, 01 May 2002

totally awesome


7:37PM | Wed, 01 May 2002

beautiful image.. amazing textures, great placement.. in a word, WOW! one quick question, though. the character who is sitting down- is that ball floating? maybe i missed something really simple just i just wanted to point that out


7:42PM | Wed, 01 May 2002

Hey, I've seen guys in Central Park playing this over the years... Great image guitta... Very lifelike pose for the various characters... The ground texture is really photorealistic...



12:24AM | Thu, 02 May 2002

Fantastic! Great textures, posing, well everyting ...



1:11AM | Thu, 02 May 2002

reminds me some holydays! :-) On va jouer aux boules!


1:12AM | Thu, 02 May 2002

Excellent Work! You inspire me. Thanks. Sam



4:22AM | Thu, 02 May 2002

Beautiful Guitta, birthday or no, you are brilliant


5:54AM | Thu, 02 May 2002

Funny, very real (typical scene from here, I just have to see through my window) ! but also more played in the South of France than in North. ;=)


4:27PM | Thu, 02 May 2002

j'adore!!c'est vraiment sympa!!les persos "jouent" bien leurs roles,l'ambiance est parfaite,et je trouve le "papy" de gauche vraiment marrant!!. BRAVO!!



5:51PM | Thu, 02 May 2002

Vas y Papy !! :) Le travail du sol, des personnages, de la composition est magnifique ! Une image qui fait chaud au coeur! merci Guitta.


6:53PM | Thu, 02 May 2002

Cette image est absolument superbe :)


8:54PM | Thu, 02 May 2002

Another in a long line of beatiful and inspiring art. You are amazing! Excellent textures, great design.


1:50AM | Fri, 03 May 2002

Steckt wirklich viel Arbeit drin. Phaszinierent. Good Job.



2:29PM | Fri, 03 May 2002

I enjoy every one of your images! They are so wonderful... so realistic, well composed... wonderful paintings!!


9:02AM | Sat, 04 May 2002

This game is played in Italy,and its name is"Bocce".In my hometown there are many places where people play that!!!! Hei... your picture is "Tres jolies".



11:03AM | Sat, 04 May 2002

This is adorable. Little old men need images, too. I have Enzio, and he's a very nice texture. You did a great job of making him look like many old men, instead of one....Excellent work here.



3:33PM | Sun, 05 May 2002

Absolutly awesome, the ground texture is fantastic , and old mans are terrific ;) Bon aller on ouvre le pastis? ;)



8:59AM | Mon, 06 May 2002

Congratulation for this work !!! the realism is surprising !! Ilike this pics !


8:56AM | Mon, 13 May 2002

Really realistic. :)). la panque est un jeux tr populaire dans le Sud de la France. Certaines personnes passent leurs apr-midi entie jouer. Cette image reflete tout fait la rlit tr belle rlisation. Bravo !



12:43PM | Sat, 18 May 2002

Oh merci pour cette merveilleuse image! vous etes si talentueuse!je vous envie! Je vous aime beaucoup!


1:47PM | Wed, 05 June 2002

Formidable ambiance, on se croirait dans un petit jardin de Marseille, il ne manque plus que la petite table avec le Pastis!...Bravo

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