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November 3, 2010
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65 MYA by Swordlord3d 65 MYA by Swordlord3d
Landscape of the Late Cretaceous in North America. Tyrannosaurus rex and ornithomimids.

Software: 3ds max, Zbrush, Photoshop, Vray
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angellis3 Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2013
Tea-rexx Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012   Digital Artist
OK i really wanna know is 3d max better for modeling because i have been hearing different stories from both side about Maya and 3d max, as in 3dmax you can control your poly count in a menu and its better for modeling but other ppl model in Maya and say Maya is mainly built for animation .

iv been using maya for a month now and just want to know because i know 3d max is different and one can do some thing that the other cant or have, i just wana make sure which one is better because i love making models and dont want to fork out 3,000 and find out i got the wrong one
Swordlord3d Featured By Owner May 31, 2013  Professional Filmographer
Max and Maya are pretty equal to my mind. Maya is better for animation but Max is easier for modeling.
Tea-rexx Featured By Owner May 31, 2013   Digital Artist
really im finding maya easier to model by using the 1 -3 hot keys
vasix Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Those ornithomimids are seriously tiny, and the rex is the triumphant ruler of his realm :)
Samarai Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2012
What would it cost to have this reproduced in something like 15" tall by 50" long?
I'm serious.
I work with a Geology Department and this would be perfect as a backdrop for a skeletal model we have of a T-Rex.
Swordlord3d Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2012  Professional Filmographer
Hello! 50'' = 15 m, right? Such image will cost about 10 000 $ because it's enormous size for 3d rendering and it will take 2-3 months of work. I will have to calculate pieces of the picture and to glue them in Photoshop. Probably this work will require the render-farm. But anyway that would be quite interesting for me!
Samarai Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2012
50" = 4', 2".. I don't know nothing from metric.
Ten grand is something like a whole lot more than I was hoping to pay anyway.
Be pretty much impossible to break that kind of money loose from the University, for one thing.

Oh well.. it was a thought.
Swordlord3d Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2012  Professional Filmographer
Oh!!! 50 inches! I thought you meant 50 feet! :D The natural size of T-rex. Sorry! :D Then it's only 1,3 meters and it's much easier. Price will depend on dpi-resolution because it's connected with pixel resolution (which is used for 3D). From 1500$ (72 dpi) to 2000 (300 dpi). My common prices.
JWArtwork Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is wonderful! Good job! :)
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