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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
2009
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angellis3 Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2013
Nice...
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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
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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.
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Tea-rexx Featured By Owner May 31, 2013   Digital Artist
really im finding maya easier to model by using the 1 -3 hot keys
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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 :)
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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.
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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!
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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.
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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.
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JWArtwork Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is wonderful! Good job! :)
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