Steinie's Super Hero-- Cartoon Character Challenge

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Steinie's Super Hero-- Cartoon Character Challenge

Postby Steinie » 28 Jun 2012, 02:21

I am challenging Finis and HIS Super Hero entry...Can you HEAR Me?!!... Big Ears... :lol:

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May the best Hero Win! :bananacheers:
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Re: Steinie's Super Hero-- Cartoon Character Challenge

Postby Steinie » 28 Jun 2012, 23:37

Melted Cheese
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Re: Steinie's Super Hero-- Cartoon Character Challenge

Postby MikomDude » 28 Jun 2012, 23:48

Hehe nice. That does look like cheese, though not melted cheese. :)

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Re: Steinie's Super Hero-- Cartoon Character Challenge

Postby Steinie » 29 Jun 2012, 01:16

Thank you Mikomdude.
"Not melted cheese"?...you'll be eating those words! :lol:
Ok it is not a drippy cheese like Velveeta or bubbly cheese like a grilled cheese but more like a
cheese left out in the sun for a while.

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Re: Steinie's Super Hero-- Cartoon Character Challenge

Postby Steinie » 29 Jun 2012, 01:55

Slice of Salami
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Re: Steinie's Super Hero-- Cartoon Character Challenge

Postby Steinie » 29 Jun 2012, 04:06

Layers of a different kind.

It is in the details:
Salami was cut using a slicer so thickness is even.
Tomatoes were hand sliced so one edge of tomato is usually thicker then the other side. These
little details make the scene more believable to the viewer. We all have preconceived ideas on what items SHOULD look like.
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Re: Steinie's Super Hero-- Cartoon Character Challenge

Postby Steinie » 29 Jun 2012, 15:23

Did anyone order lettuce?...
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Re: Steinie's Super Hero-- Cartoon Character Challenge

Postby froo » 29 Jun 2012, 17:06

Heheh it's... LUNCHMAN!

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Re: Steinie's Super Hero-- Cartoon Character Challenge

Postby Steinie » 29 Jun 2012, 19:03

Lunchman?! Haha not quite...

but I AM getting hungry!

The Plate was created in MOI were I drew the profile and lathed the shape.

For eye expressions I gave the olives toothpick eyebrows.

I also decided to add some sesame seeds on the roll, which are nothing more then an extruded sphere. I noticed that the roll body looked like crust but the mouth didn't look like bread.
Improving the colors inside the mouth and lips really helped create the illusion.
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Re: Steinie's Super Hero-- Cartoon Character Challenge

Postby Steinie » 29 Jun 2012, 21:53

To make the cape, I used trueSpace's cloth in workSpace. I gave the textured plane cloth attributes, hovered the plane
over a butcher block table model I made, attached fixation points, then let gravity do it's thing. Fantastic physics solution for making the cape!
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