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Red Light 2047 by TheSphinx Red Light 2047 by TheSphinx
Software Used:
- Autodesk Maya 2013
- ZBrush 4
- Substance Designer 3
- Mental-Ray (rendering)
- Adobe Photoshop CS6 (post-production)

[Concept by Mitchell Mohrhauser]

Follow my art on [facebook]! There is a [Step by Step] of this image there :D

copyright © 2014 Jorge Barros


Edit: Thank you so much for the Daily Deviation, it means a whole lot to me! And many, many thanks for leaving your comments, faving and watching, it sure motivates me to keep working! :happybounce: 
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Given 2014-02-03
Love the lighting in this piece, very captivating Red Light 2047 by TheSphinx ( Suggested by Minato-Kushina and Featured by PolyMune )
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66myth Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2014
*flops over*
I'm learning how to use Cinema 4D in my graphics course and I have trouble making an okay toaster.
And then there's this!
HOW
I COULD NEVER
I've been getting so fed up 3D modelling, I just UGGGGHHHH
How long did this take?! It's spectacular! 
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1DeViLiShDuDe Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Just remember that persistence pays in results! :D

Making use of the tons of free tutorial content on the web helps immensely!
Some of the best tutorial series I've ever seen are on 3dbuzz.com, but there are many others like 3DLabs.com, 3dtotal.com, cgarena.com etc.

Once you find a tutorial creator you like,
stick with them and you'll learn fast! :)
a creative mind is a terrible thing to waste! :D
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66myth Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014
Thank you!
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1DeViLiShDuDe Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
:iconhahplz: Heh, I sorta got stuck on the lackadaisical attitudes of Buzz and the guys that helped throughout some of the VTM's. I mean some of their jokes are kinda corny, but it helps to keep the mood light hearted - instead of a droning narration that lets you fall asleep.

I usually have my game soundtracks playing low anyway, just to keep my attention focused on the tutorial content, without too much background noise I'm not familiar with! :D
I don't know how much research, or that you're aware of all the different methods for learning - but many people really learn in totally different ways from each other, but naturally for expedience sake most schools still use the same methods for all students usually! :|

Anyway, Cheer's & GL with finding just the right narrator! :D
I need to fix some issues with my GFX card drivers again! -.-
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66myth Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014
A mix of book and video will usually work for me.

Takes time, but sadly, the course has moved on and now we're not using C4D anymore.
I'm considering finding some good free 3D model software, so I can get better.
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1DeViLiShDuDe Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
There's a lot of them online for sure,
it just depends on your preferences -
and workflow habits, as to which one
you'll finally pick to be creative with! :)
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66myth Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014
Ohhhh yeah. Google is the best thing ever. 
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1DeViLiShDuDe Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Yep! Gotta have it! :D
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TheSphinx Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Hahaha :giggle: 
Well, I started it in April, finished it in January, so it took around 9 months, but with many pauses along the way, and only worked on it on my free time, which isn't much.. you can take a look at the [Step by Step] on facebook, maybe it helps you understand how the image evolved :)
Thank you very much for your comment and for faving! :happy: 
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pierj Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014
xxx!
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