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Name David Camp
Age N/A
Born USA
Email dcamp@facstaff.wisc.edu
Homepage www.dantesworld.net

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Re: David Camp
By on Dec 26, 2003 09:52 PM
Re: David Camp
By on Dec 26, 2003 09:52 PM
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By on Dec 26, 2003 08:56 AM
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By on Dec 26, 2003 08:56 AM
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By on Nov 30, 2003 12:12 PM
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By on Nov 30, 2003 12:12 PM
Re: David Camp
By D. Camp on Jul 05, 2003 12:00 AM
The pieces posted above are from 1997, my first year working in 3D. My new work is here: http://www.dantesworld.net/ on the left under Divine Comedy.
Re: David Camp
By Anabelo on Apr 02, 2003 12:00 AM
It is not about the things DAVID CAMP use, the textures or whatever, it's like a ready-made. The only thing important is what he was trying to say, like conceptual art... SO F*CK YOU TEROMOUS!!
Re: David Camp
By 3dArtLord on Nov 26, 2002 12:00 AM
I think that your work posted here isn`t that great...The ones at your homepage are far better...I agree with Teromous, that you have to be a little more creative and not using so much pre-made libraries (meshes & textures)...Another thing that you must consider about 3d-art , is that the camera isn`t there only for viewing your scene. A 3d scene must have depth, perspectiveness, different angles, thus making it interesting in a viewers eye...
Re: David Camp
By Kai on Jul 03, 2002 12:00 AM
I agree with Teromous. Your set up of the scenes is decent but it is obvious that the character models and textures are not done by you. If your going to use Bryce, take advantage of its wonderful terrain engine, but dont think that it will give you great rendering capabilities for scenes like these. You also need to work on you lighting. You need to use more spotlights and negative lights to control the ammout of light hitting each object. Although quite immaginative, your images could use quite a bit of work.
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