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Friday, 11 November 2011

Mini"The Making" Series 3 by Leo Dimaano Valenzuela

Here is our third Mini The Making (MTM) Series authored by Leo Dimaano Valenzuela. In this MTM, Leo showed his workflow from modeling from post processing. Again we would like to thank Leo for this wonderful work not just with the rendering process but also in putting this MTM.

Download the PDF FIle HERE.


  1. Hi!
    The "mini" series are so interesting!
    But in this PDF image are not very cool...

    (thanks Nomeradona, i'm so inspired with this blog!!!)

  2. thank emilien. I guess the most important is the workflow more than the images.

  3. ok, I thought it was a mistake compression pdf file.... Sorry....
    But you're right, the most important is the workflow!

  4. i think it was done in word then converted in pdf. I could agree that the images should be much better. No need to say sorry you have a point there.