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.Thanks to Shane Viper for collaborating on this project with me.Shane did the wonderful Fractalius work.
June 04th 2010 Views 106
It came up really well George, thanks for allowing me to play with this way cool car :-)
Yeah mate I have to agree – you did do a great job of it and you’re welcome – we’ll do it again :-)))
Excellent… this really suits this type of car the effects are awesome !
Gotta thank Shane for the effects on this one Janine – came out rather well Hey!!! Thanks for the top comment mate :-)))
Flying high in this awesome manipulation…Jules
Thanks a million Jules – I’ll pass the great comment on to Shane :-)))
Very beautiful work! And I love this car :-)
Thanks Frederic – I have to agree this is a really nice car. :-)
Thanks Eva – I think it came out well thanks to Shane’s work with Frac
What a cool pic!!I love that car!
Thanks Adam – the original would never have been good enough here :-)
Thank you so much for coming to visit my gallery Katya. Glad you liked this one :-))) I must admit I do like the simplicity of it.
Thank you Tim & Paria – sorry I missed your comment
beautiful! very well done!what software do you have to produce that effect?
Thanks my friend – sorry I missed your comment until now. The post prod work was done by Shane. To get the ‘Fractal look he used a plugin for PS3 called Redfield. Cool isn’t it :-)
MMMM, wouldnt they have loved this effect in the movies!! Fantastic!
Sorry it’s taken so liong to reply to your comment here my friend. I just found it… Slack hey LOLYeah Linda you might be right about that. It would have given the movies a whole new dimension. But I think they did really well with the FX in the movies anyway.