Rickhum

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Great imagination! I love the Tiger tale and Vivien is just beautiful!

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Thanks so much for sharing your Gallery <3.  I like them all (you have an interesting style  - a bit like a chap on here some time ago called @Dug).

 

I really love the image with the ducks :D .

 

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Hey Rickhum, glad to see you've started a gallery! It's not the size of the gallery that matters, it's the quality. Your's is coming right along!

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I really enjoyed looking through your gallery Rickhum!
Great imagination, very accomplished images... and a fellow guitarist too!B)

 

General practical advice would be to always save the layered .pdn file regularly.
I learnt (and am still learning) by experiment and by keeping an eye on the forum.;)

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Rick Hum!  11.gif

 

All beautiful photos. Thank you for your  beautiful gallery. 

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Thank's everyone.

Still finding my way round this part of cyberspace.

Your encouragement and kindness are much appreciated. 

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Rickhum...you have some very imaginative pieces!  All are excellent.

You definitely have your own style going on.

Thanks for sharing!    :pizza: :beer: :star:

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Love it them :D.

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On 30.8.2016 at 6:40 AM, Rickhum said:

12 seconds of animation I did in Pdn inc' my guitar

 

Dear Rickhum!  :trophy:

 

Thanks and respect for hard work.  :mtdew:  :pizza:

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Great animation Rickhum! Your robot wants out.

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You're very good at animating Rickhum.  Both are great!  :star::star:

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My latest project, a shading exercise, took about 20 hrs.

 

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It is just so pretty! A beautiful night scene. Love the grainy style as well. Great detail... frog, birds hidden lizards, duck and moth. Very colorful.

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Good work on the animation and the latest image is fantastic!
- great textures and I love the little creatures.B)

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Great work on your latest image! I especially like the texturing and the little critters on the vines.

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Oh My - this is so exotic and I love the textures that are going on.  Great piece @Rickhum :) .

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The kangaroo in the background its like you paint the nature of Australia. that she full of Kangaroos.

It's like a story in one pic.

when you say : " its better 1 pic on other 1000 words, its that pic.:)

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Lovely work on the shading. The kangaroos need a good feed :D We have another Aussie - yay!

 

Those sneaky geckos - so cute. The work is very detailed & the shading add such a dimension to a very atmospheric work. Celtic yet Australian. Well done!

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Thanks folks, not happy with the shading but 1 step closer.

I'm gonna try using the bevel plugins for my nxt shading exercise.

Thought you must be an Aussie with a name like that Barbieq :-)

I'm trying to catch up on everybody's galleries but there are only so many hrs in the day.

Off to Brisbane airport to pick up daughter no 1 from her latest Thailand jaunt.

Luv the feedback folks, so encouraging :-)

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Thanks Ego.Bill Hammond is a skillful lad & does some wonderful work. 

All those Egyptian god  looking heads.

I'm not influenced by anyone in particular.

I got disillusioned by established art forms and don't see the point ( for me).

I have no training but come from a long line of artists and have always dabbled.

CGI allows me to express my ideas on society and my worldview.

Tuvm Pdn.

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On 1.9.2016 at 10:40 AM, Rickhum said:

My latest project, a shading exercise, took about 20 hrs.

 

Dear Rickhum!  :star: :star: :star: :star: :star:

 

I want to say this is really beautiful. Wonderful. Thank you so much. :cake:  :mtdew:

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