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Name George Arevshatov
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Born Russia
Email mars3d@mail.ru
Homepage www.supermars.ru

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Re: George Arevshatov
By thomas on Sep 12, 2006 07:19 AM
whaa, belle modélisation!, tu aimes le "BUMP" a ce que je vois.
good work
Re: George Arevshatov
By Pat' on Jul 15, 2006 05:19 AM
Amazing piece of art. The texturing of the chipped paint and rust made me want to peel a piece of the paint off. Beautiful work!
Re: George Arevshatov
By anholt on Jul 04, 2006 02:50 PM
first of all. great work, very realistic... but the side window gives it away... where dos it go when it rolls down?... it can't fit into the inside of the door!
Re: George Arevshatov
By Dan on Jun 28, 2006 02:16 PM
how did u do it :P i mean ... when u did assembly the thing didn't they just crack?? i mean that theay are very old :) ... ya well good work ... you could do it more newer .. but u wanted it older ....your decission :P:)
Re: George Arevshatov
By Bo0n on Jun 27, 2006 08:55 PM
Wow, very well done man, looks great
Re: George Arevshatov
By on Jun 24, 2006 02:51 PM
I just made a tractor myself, and due to my vast experience of making a tractor, I can tell you that the back tyre is facing the wrong way. the tread is meant to go the other way. But yours looks much better than mine, however mine is low poly for a game.
Re: George Arevshatov
By Cameron on Jun 20, 2006 12:58 AM
Amazing. Stunning texturing, but i agree with Trevor on the back tire. Again, amazing work.
Re: George Arevshatov
By Mars3d on Jun 15, 2006 09:32 PM
Thank you all for comments! Here is the dinner on the tractor a little closer.

http://www.supermars.net/Gallery/imgpgs/dinner.htm

The mesh: http://www.supermars.net/Gallery/imgpgs/dinner.htm

Re: George Arevshatov
By Trevor on Jun 14, 2006 02:26 PM
Looks awesome, stunning materials.
However, I'm slightly confused back the back, far tire. It doesn't feel anchored to the ground. Maybe its because it doesn't appear to have a shadow that one would expect from that angle of lighting. It also confuses the eye to have something behind (the tire) lighter than the object in front (the muffler). I understand that it is realistic, but because dark receeds while light brings foward, you need to work twice as hard to make sure that the tire in back looks like it is behind and on the ground by use of shadow and perpective to appease the eye.
A very minor comment on a beautiful image.
Re: George Arevshatov
By mark on Jun 14, 2006 10:52 AM
This is Polish tractor!:)
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