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Wolf by Massimo Righi

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Title Wolf
Software Maya, Shave and a Haircut
Comment The wolf mesh is about 17k polygons and there are four hair systems for a total of 60k hair primitives. I used Maya for modeling, Shave and a Haircut for the fur and Mental Ray for rendering. My goal was to have an animatable wolf model with fur keeping an eye to the render time per frame. For an HD 720 rendering it needs about 10 minutes per frame. I rendered the image in one single pass and there is no post work but some contrast enhancement in Photoshop and the compositing of the background image. I had a great time working on this guy! I hope you like it:)
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Posted anonymously on May 22, 2012 02:30 AM
ts Breathing.Its alive.It reminds me of the wolf that was shot at the begining of the movie ENEMY AT THE GATE.The back ground and the wolf seems as if was taken from that movie shot.Superb,awsome,damn real etc.I Really dont have any words to express how I feel about the work that you have done.Great job dude.God Bless You.

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Re: Wolf by Massimo Righi
Posted anonymously on Apr 28, 2011 12:39 PM
PEOPLE SUCK!!!!!!!!!!
Re: Wolf by Massimo Righi
Posted anonymously on Apr 28, 2011 12:34 PM
Awsome Job Dude :]
Re: Wolf by Massimo Righi
Posted anonymously on Apr 28, 2011 12:33 PM
Is this supposed to be Jacob from Twilight.......?
Re: Wolf by Massimo Righi
Posted anonymously on Jan 15, 2010 12:54 PM
Outstanding!!!!
Re: Wolf by Massimo Righi
Posted anonymously on Jan 10, 2010 06:37 AM
Well done,nice wolf,if you really can animate it can be great.Make him disapear in a forest...
Re: Wolf by Massimo Righi
By kazim5755 on Jan 06, 2010 10:00 PM
Its Breathing.Its alive.It reminds me of the wolf that was shot at the begining of the movie ENEMY AT THE GATE.The back ground and the wolf seems as if was taken from that movie shot.Superb,awsome,damn real etc.I Really dont have any words to express how I feel about the work that you have done.Great job dude.God Bless You.
Re: Wolf by Massimo Righi
Posted anonymously on Dec 21, 2009 03:57 PM
this is awesome!!!!!
Re: Wolf by Massimo Righi
By rajeshav on Jun 29, 2009 04:50 AM
great work man,looks like the real one,five stars from me
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