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Nerd

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Published: July 13, 2006
© 2006 - 2019 chriswalsh
Another model used for illustration purposes, made from clay, wood and a bit of fabric. Photographed and manipulated a little in photoshop. I wanted to create a very quick piece of illustration work for my portfolio.
Image size
864x576px 57.69 KB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL
Shutter Speed
1/3 second
Aperture
F/5.6
Focal Length
24 mm
ISO Speed
400
Date Taken
Jun 28, 2006, 8:46:16 AM
Comments22
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SarienSpiderDroid's avatar
Impressive! And the details on the back of the computer - nice!
Pingaling's avatar
Haha! This is great!
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TheesuburbanprincessHobbyist Photographer
Kip!! he looks like Kip from Napoleon Dynamite.
"Napoleon, your just jealous that I've been chatting online with babes all day."
Engeline's avatar
Wow...
It's almost creepy..
o.o
Make-tea-not-war's avatar
Amazing detail. o__o
I kind of get the vibe that he's totally looking at porn, though. XD
pixelatedmemory's avatar
i love his facial expression xD
AshBelmont's avatar
SICK AS HELL MAN! wow, for a moment I couldn't tell if your work was 3D rendered or clay... wow just awesome
chriswalsh's avatar
Thanks, glad you like it, thankfully he's still in good condition on a shelf.
psion005's avatar
psion005Hobbyist Digital Artist
Brilliant :wow:

Me--->:alien:
tsunnamii's avatar
tsunnamiiStudent Filmographer
looks like napoleon dynamite´s brother!

amazing... did u put a lightbomb inside the monitor???
chriswalsh's avatar
Well done, yeah Kip was my main inspiration for this piece, he's so awsome!
I'm not sure what a light bomb is but it sounds useful. What I did though was to make the desk and computer as one prop and make it all hollow. I lined the whole if the insides with tin foil to make it reflective, put a hole throught from the desk to the monitor, and put a regular lightbulb in the desk, if that makes any sense. Thanks for checkin' it out!
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tsunnamiiStudent Filmographer
nice!!!!.. well.. my english is not that great... I wanted to say "light bulb".. not bomb... ist just that here in argentina we call them bombita the luz like "light bomb" in english..

:D

amazing work again!

:D
Hypnotic-Chicago's avatar
Very cool... I must say I enjoy the detail myself.
Dragt's avatar
That's very nicely done, I like the compositon very much, and the whole scene is made very beutiful, never would've thought you can do so much with clay :)
Bingus's avatar
Nice work. They almost seem to be stills from a claymation. I hope there is more to come.
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bingus: Thanks, I started illustrating in this style after seeing stills from some Aardman stuff many years ago, I thought they looked great as images. I have some older stuff which I might post and I have some new images in the works, as well as a website soon hopefully.
0-Hermit-0's avatar
Brilliant detail, especially on the computer and his mostache. I love his facial expression as well. He's adorable! About how big is it?
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0-hermit-0: Thank you, from the base to the top of his head he stands at about 8" tall, although below the desk he is just a mound of tinfoil, I only made what would be seen so no legs or anything.
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