Venus faun and a fish
Posted 13 January 2011 - 01:57 AM
"All these begun after I bought this artifact from a weird old fellow. He told me that this was a key (a gate?) to other dimensions. "
A misunderstanding of Wittgenstein's quotes, this is all about.
"The solution of philosophical problems can be compared with a gift in a fairy tale: in the magic it appears enchanted and if you look at it outside in daylight it is nothing but an ordinary bit of iron".
Some more tests.
Posted 13 January 2011 - 03:19 AM
Posted 14 January 2011 - 10:04 PM
"no sir, the facts is my concern, not things"
I need some help on english here.
Its a 3dc, groboto, zbrush sketch (one hour). Testing materials for a graphic novel I have in mind. WW1 this time, or something similar. 1 sec render time, no PP. Photo-real isn't what I have in mind.
More to come.
Posted 15 January 2011 - 02:45 AM
One hour, good work...
Posted 15 January 2011 - 02:48 PM
"These are just things comrade, you, me, Albrecht, the captain, rats, the machine guns, dead bodies... The fact is that we are part of it, of the world... I need to finish my book, I need to be alone somehow..."
"Captain asks for a volunteer, an observer for the artillery, in the dead zone, are you interested comrade ? ha ha"
"... Albrecht, Ludwig is an idiot, you know this... "
"I'm not, Idiot means -idiota-idiotis (greek) means that my concerns are my own goods- I'm not such a man..."
"Hey captain, he started again, give him the job..."
"I see, well, Ludwig, you aren't a married man after all, no kids and wife waiting for you... "
So, I need two more portraits here... lot of rats and lot of mud. Rifle and machine gun... But we wont see Ludwig's face, this is the trick.
Posted 15 January 2011 - 06:16 PM
Posted 15 January 2011 - 09:24 PM
As they say, based on true events.
Horror exists, but I wish I could write a story based on the birth of modern philosophy. A real thriller.
The main character, the one we wont see his face, is based on Ludwig Wittgenstein. He was in the middle of the WW1 frontiers, in no mans land, where he started writing "tractatus logico-philosophicus". 100 years passed and still we don't understand where plato and aristotle were wrong. Our laws are based on this ancient logical system, our common sense, our education. Their methods of thinking are the best, Russell and Wittgenstein use exact the same, they show us what was wrong though. Mathematically proved this time.
A real thriller. Our existence. In no mans land.
Posted 23 February 2011 - 12:51 PM
Its a new project I'm working on. This may help me understand all the problems and learn something. The faun the fish-like and the head of the girl were sculpted in 3dc. The rest of the nude in blender (old box modeling, colored groups etc. It was more simple to set the pose this way. I had to edit auto-topology in blender, so to check ngones etc. The whole composition in zbrush4, rendering too. Now starting details, the faun first. I copied the pose of the nude only.
Love this, Michalis.
Macbook Pro4,1 - 10.6.8 - 2gb Ram - 512mb VRAM
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