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David Guzman
Artist | Student | Design & Interfaces
Puerto Rico
I love computers in general, I love art in many forms including digital artwork. I'm technically inclined (er, nerdy, er, ahem). I like reading about many things and many hobbies, the computer itself being my favorite, 3D modeling, illustration, photography, electronics, CNC and rapid prototyping, graphic arts, paper model building, paper model design, radio control, scale model building, cooking, love Sci-Fi in general, like the artwork in Sci-fi a lot, etc., etc., etc.

- What people in this planet hold so strongly as their biggest truths could be the material of which superstition jokes are made in other places in the universe. :) - PixelOz

- "The mind, once stretched by an empowering idea, can never fully shrink to its original dimensions." - Oliver Wendell Holmes, paraphrased

Current Residence: Puerto Rico, USA
Favourite genre of music: Rock, Classic Music
Favourite style of art: 3D artwork or related
Operating System: Windows Vista Ultimate 64 Bit
MP3 player of choice: IPhone 3GS
Favourite cartoon character: Mickey Mouse
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:iconvicthor:
Thanks for accepting my auto-submission to Winampers! (of
Enkera Winamp Skin Improvement To Version 1.1)
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unusualsuspex Jan 19, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks kindly for the :iconllama3dplz:
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:iconprisma-flinx:
Hello your work is great (regeneratingnostalgia amiga) I would like to use it as a default wallpaper in a linux distribution that wants to bring back the feeling of amiga linux see www.busso.info/prismadigitale/… obviously behind your permission and on your terms. One problem that I download the zip from here or mediafire does not seem to be correct is if I open it under Windows and under Linux, the files inside the zip appear to be corrupted let me know how to do and if you disagree and under what conditions the use of your wonderful work.
Thanks I look forward to your response.
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:icondanielkrull:
Thanx a lot for the :+fav: =]
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:iconviper141:
thanks for the dowload got here via zealot.. thanks again.. 
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priteeboy Oct 27, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thankyou for faving some of my deviations! Glad you liked my gallery :bow:
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Visit this [link] and PM me your response
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wulongti Jul 10, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I found your post on zealot.com leading here to your book! You sir, are a prince among men, a Prince! Thank you so much for putting this book together :D
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:iconszypetike:
Dear David,

Interested in your opinion.

Do you think fitting a 3D garment on a 3D human is possible in less then 3s using PhysX engine?

If so can a good composite 3D image of real and virtual be achieved in almost less than <3s?

Thanks,
Peter
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PixelOz Jun 7, 2012  Student Interface Designer
I'm not sure I understand your question. What do you mean of fitting a garment on a character by using PhysX? The way you talk about it makes it sound as it PhysX has something to do with modeling in 3D which it does not unless it was used by some sort of 3D modeling program to calculate some physical deformations or other type of effects right there in the modeling window perhaps for use in some animation. Again it could be that I'm misinterpreting your question.

PhysX could have something to do with perhaps the calculations of the effects of gravity on the garment and how to deform it properly in a game but you are talking about compositing which again is confusing.

What are you exactly trying to do? Are you talking about some sort of augmented reality thing in which an artificial character and its clothes are composited on top of a real live background or something of the sort?
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