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"Mythical Creatures"
Added on: Sat May 24 2003
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Most of projects usually begin from couple of sketches, so I made several drawings of the Minotaur.

When I have completed the outline of the monster, I envisoned him from three views, front from side and back.

Colours - I wanted to keep whole scene in warm colours, based on outstanding Baroque painters, such as Rembrandt, D. Velazquez or Caravaggio. I wanted to keep such climate in my final render image. Next important thing was composition and global atmosphere.


I started modelling Minotaur with the Box-modeling technique using standard functions in 3D studio MAX 5.1 such as extrude, bevel, cut, collapse etc.

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