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Spline arrays! Why must you continue to vex me so? Just snap the points into place like you're supposed to!
  • Mood: Frustrated
  • Listening to: Venus - Theater of Tragedy
  • Reading: Fairy Tail Zero
  • Watching: Ergo Proxy
  • Playing: SPORE
  • Eating: Bacon & Cheddar Pretzle
  • Drinking: Hot white chocolate

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Elizabeth
Artist | Professional | Digital Art
United States
Favourite genre of music: Techno; Electronica; Punk; Metal
Operating System: Windows 7
Shell of choice: Turtle
Personal Quote: Don't make me put my foot up your ass and have a three legged race to the hospital!
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Hellraiser - Puzzlebox by lady-die
Hellraiser - Puzzlebox
Just a quickie between projects. It's one stage of transformation of Lemarchand's Puzzle Box (Lament Configuration). The film version has a few different transformations that are seen. This is the one that opens the gate.

The detail on the faces are texture maps rather than modeled in.
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Spline arrays! Why must you continue to vex me so? Just snap the points into place like you're supposed to!
  • Mood: Frustrated
  • Listening to: Venus - Theater of Tragedy
  • Reading: Fairy Tail Zero
  • Watching: Ergo Proxy
  • Playing: SPORE
  • Eating: Bacon & Cheddar Pretzle
  • Drinking: Hot white chocolate
Arporol by lady-die
Arporol
I'm surprised I hadn't uploaded this image. It was a random facebook request I jumped on a couple of weeks ago. Here's some copy/pasta of the original post:

Anybody with a copy of photoshop care to help a brother out? I had to turn in my work laptop yesterday when i left and now i'm stuck working on the office computer at my apartment. Need a super simple, low budget, no questions asked and no complaints on my end "slapping together of" a Guatemalan flag, a honey bee and maybe a honey jar (as in, a "logo" for a mom and pop, guatemalan honey producer) called Arporol (i know its a weird name) and "Established 1960." It's for somebodys birthday surprise. Also, need it an hour  I'll buy your a 10 dollar beer.

About 20 minutes later and this was the result! Everything used was (I hope) public domain.
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Atlas Build Progression by lady-die
Atlas Build Progression
A number of shots I rendered while I was building my AS7-D Atlas model featured here: fav.me/d7wloy6

In each render, you can see the design process I used as I built my model, from the shape of the head and the design of the mouth, right down to a mistake in scale and proportions when I put all of the pieces together, (Can you say gorilla arms?). Even when you think you've completed a build, there's always some little tweak or mod that needs to be done here or there.


BattleTech © The Topps Company, Inc.
Models and image © Liz Gibbs
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MechWarrior / BattleTech AS7-D Atlas by lady-die
MechWarrior / BattleTech AS7-D Atlas
From Technical Readout: 3025

    The sight of BattleMechs lumbering across the terrain is a familiar one
among the worlds of the Inner Sphere. Nevertheless, the sight of an AS7-D
Atlas still manages to make even experienced MechWarriors break out in a sweat
and brings the bitter taste of bile to their mouths.

    The Atlas was designed as a last-ditch attempt to ensure the superiority
of the Star League's Regular Army over the growing armies of the House Lords.
It was an understandable reaction to the Cameron edicts passed from 2751 to
2761 by the High Council, which permitted the five Lords to double the size of
their personal armies. General Kerensky himself set down the specifications
for the Atlas. He said it should be "a 'Mech as powerful as possible, as
impenetrable as possible, and as ugly and foreboding as conceivable, so that
fear itself will be our ally."


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At over 730,000 polygons, this model took me around four months of off-and-on construction and revisions. While I didn't count the hours, I did have some difficulty designing parts to fit my own style. As far as that goes, what I wanted to do was build a 'mech that was different than many of my previous builds. As the description says, I wanted to make this beast look UGLY! While this isn't my first attempt at the Atlas, it is my best and only one that I continued until the end. My main problem in the past was getting the head to look...right. It wasn't until recently that I felt my skills were up to the challenge.

The model itself is scaled to stand at around 16.5 meters tall, (54 feet). A bit taller than my other mechanized behemoth, the Clan Ghost Bear Kodiak. I armed it with the standard AS7-D variant weapons: Autocannon 20, LRM 20, SRM 6, and four medium lasers - with two of the lasers facing towards the rear.


BattleTech © The Topps Company, Inc.
Models and image © Liz Gibbs
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catornocat Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2014
thanks for the llama
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lady-die Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
And thank you in return!
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catornocat Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2014
you are welcome
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Larkin205 Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2014
Thank you for the lhama. Panda Emoji-32 (Happy Blush) [V2] 
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lady-die Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
S'alright. Thanks for visiting!
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Larkin205 Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2014
:)
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ToryWarlockTheDog Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thanks for the llama :D
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lady-die Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
You're welcome.
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wildarms5fan Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for the llama! :D
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You're welcome.
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