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Very very nice work, totally gorgeous! well done.
Excellent work. What software/process was employed? Thx.
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First of all, these works are awesome!
Did you use Cinema4D, to do the job done?
Massive work, please can u tell in which software is made?
Cinema4D & Vray. But (almost) any mainstream 3D software can do…
This is amazing… however the full-size “cubic” image seems to be corrupted. I’d love to use these on my desktop!
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This is amazing! what is it? it looks like faded Mike & Ike’s candy. What was the inspiration that went into making this?
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Awesome peice! In which 3d application did you do this in?(max,maya,xsi,other?) Really great:)
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