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My Jurassic Park 3d models ;-) [Warning - lots of large images]

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Hi everybody ^,^
I'm a great fan of Jurassic Park. This game looks awesome, I wanted to get back to Nublar and walk through the island and that's exactly what this game will give me.
I just pre-order it.
Since 4 years I create Jurassic Park 3D models, and I told myself it could be a good place to show some of them ;-) so here are some of them.

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By null at 2011-01-26

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By null at 2011-01-25

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By null at 2011-01-25

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By null at 2011-01-25

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By null at 2011-01-25

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By null at 2011-01-25

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By null at 2011-01-18

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There are more on my website julien.romeo.sfx.free.fr I can't post everything here.

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  • @Krokery said: How are you going to send it to him? What I mean how will you get his address and how will you get him to accept it? I hope he receives it and appreciates it.

    I'll send it at Amblin Entertainment and Dreamworks pictures.

  • Might be a good idea to send a copy to the people at ILM too. I'm Sure Dennis Muren would love to see it. I just hope that they're lawyers dont have a hissy fit when it comes to copyright infringment. Granted dinosaurs themselves are technically natural resourses and thus they cannot be copyrighted, but I'm sure there are more than a few bigshot lawyers in hollywood who cant make that distintion.

  • @Giu3232 said: Yes, he is on my list ^,^

    In fact I made that book to explain why I did all these models, and I'll send it to all the people whi inspired me during these 4 years of work. ;-)

    The DVD contain my demo reel, and some extra video feature like retopology or unwrap uv video, it contain a lot of high definition renders and videos too.

    I made 12 of them and 2 extra books for my personnal use. Each book came with a personnal letter and like the DVD, they are numbered with the name of each man on it.

    That is so cool. All the best of luck to you!

  • @Panther10 said: Might be a good idea to send a copy to the people at ILM too. I'm Sure Dennis Muren would love to see it. I just hope that they're lawyers dont have a hissy fit when it comes to copyright infringment. Granted dinosaurs themselves are technically natural resourses and thus they cannot be copyrighted, but I'm sure there are more than a few bigshot lawyers in hollywood who cant make that distintion.


    I talked to Dennis Muren at phone two weeks ago, he is on my list and is waiting for it ^,^

  • @Giu3232 said: I talked to Dennis Muren at phone two weeks ago, he is on my list and is waiting for it ^,^

    ...that is SO cool. If only Stan Winston were still alive to see the work people are doing. You're very talented and I hope you have the best of luck.

  • @FPug said: ...that is SO cool. If only Stan Winston were still alive to see the work people are doing. You're very talented and I hope you have the best of luck.

    Thanks my friend ^,^ Stan was the master, there are some books for his family, John Rosengrant, Paul Mejias and Jimmy Charmatz at Legacy Effects too ( SWS).

  • @Panther10 said: Granted dinosaurs themselves are technically natural resourses and thus they cannot be copyrighted, but I'm sure there are more than a few bigshot lawyers in hollywood who cant make that distintion.

    Indeed. One of the controversies rocking the paleo-art community right now is claims made by famed artist Gregory Paul that his particular style of dinosaurs has become too mainstream and copied by everyone without his permission. He's even gone so far as to say that he "owns" the position of a running dinosaur stepping forward on one leg (such as this) and that anyone else illustrating any dinosaur in this pose is violating his copyright.

  • @jurassiraptor said: Indeed. One of the controversies rocking the paleo-art community right now is claims made by famed artist Gregory Paul that his particular style of dinosaurs has become too mainstream and copied by everyone without his permission. He's even gone so far as to say that he "owns" the position of a running dinosaur stepping forward on one leg (such as this) and that anyone else illustrating any dinosaur in this pose is violating his copyright.

    That's awful. Does this guy even realize what he's doing to the scientific community? How are people supposed to learn about what dinosaurs were really like without studying how they moved? From one artist to another I think I need to have a talk with him.

  • great work mate nice see that !

  • And while he's at it, he'll teach you how to sing and dance...

    Nice work, though, seriously. Those drawings sort of remind me of the Ninja Turtle drawings in the first movie :D

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