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fallen21 4:02AM | Tue, 19 February 2013
La lumière est splendide, j'admire (et envie!) ta maitrise d'Octane :D!
gaius 4:19AM | Tue, 19 February 2013
Equipés comme ils sont, ça ne va pas rigoler ! Sacrée bonne scène.
midnight_stories 5:27AM | Tue, 19 February 2013
Looking bad ass !!! Environment just looks so real like a photo, Amazing Work !!!
Barbara1337 6:30AM | Tue, 19 February 2013
Fine job. This render is really good. Love the clothes and the ride.
Dreamdesigner 6:35AM | Tue, 19 February 2013
Really Bad Ass looking!POV and lighting is superb again, Thank you for the share this superb Model's render again my friend:-) Magnificent Sci-Fi Labor:-)))))))))))))))))))))
Maxidyne 6:40AM | Tue, 19 February 2013
Truly awesome scene my friend!!! The lighting is superb as are the models. One of your best :)
26Fahrenheit 8:40AM | Tue, 19 February 2013
great image ..but please NEVER use that M4 pose again ..its over used and odd ... It takes down you great image to use that pose.. so my little tip is ALWAYS change a pose enough so it looks original :}
grafikeer 9:51AM | Tue, 19 February 2013
Very nice!!! Like the relaxed poses of the soldiers as they prepare to go out on patrol,great lighting as always!
Jean_C 9:53AM | Tue, 19 February 2013
Une scène impressionnante par le char et les combattants, superbe rendu!
barryjeffer 10:00AM | Tue, 19 February 2013
Super looking scene and a great render... this is top notch my friend.
hardwaretoad 12:49PM | Tue, 19 February 2013
It's bigger than I thought from your first render of it, a very formidable ride indeed.
teecee2107 12:52PM | Tue, 19 February 2013
@26Fahrenheit : Thank you very much for your kind words and your advice. But, honestly, I don't understand why you're so negative about this pose, It's certainly been used a lot (yes, it's one of M4 standard poses), but it is giving the character a self confident and relaxed attitude that I was looking for. I think I am rather aware of the importance of the posing, but pre-made poses are real time-savers, and it avoids unnecessary work. I usually start with a pose in mind and then I search in my runtime if I can find a pre-made pose corresponding more or less at my needs. Of course, you always have to tweak those poses (because of the clothes, because of the environment, ...) but if I can find a pose that is in the style, I certainly use it (there is no need to reinvent the wheel, as we say in french :)). What is important, for me, is the details, like hands, feets, direction of the eyes, ... I have often seen very complicated self-made poses that looked stiff or unnatural or characters with sophisticated poses and the feet floating 5 cm above the ground ... Anyway, I'm sorry that you find my image is taken down by that pose because if I had to redo it, I would use it again ;)