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Glowing Green by JeremyMallin Glowing Green by JeremyMallin
Another tweak of my latest Green Lantern power ring design. This time I experimented with volumetrics to simulate a beam of light coming from the ring. Modeled and rendered with Lightwave.
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:iconkartracer57:
Or perhaps more like this instead?
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:iconelectrokinetic91:
Maybe to get in touch, but don't use as a direct liason per say. Another option is to look up DC Headquaters online
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:iconelectrokinetic91:
Would there be anyway to buy the design off of you for production? Or convice you to make it? And honestly, you could probably get paid alot if you worrked with DC on yor ring designs
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JeremyMallin Jan 7, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
I've made a decision not to infringe on copyrighted properties owned by other people and discontinue my commercially available work that does. As for working with the permission of copyright holders -- I would consider it, but I wouldn't know where to begin.
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:iconelectrokinetic91:
Understandable. Talk to a representative from DC Comics, set up a meeting, and prepare some samples of your work, whether 3D models or physical product.
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JeremyMallin Jan 7, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
I know someone who owns a comic shop. Maybe he knows someone directly or indirectly.
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:iconjas3point14:
I know this is really late, but DC practically took over Wondercon last year. A lot of them were really down to earth and helpful/supportive of fans with ideas. I plan on volunteering at Wondercon again this year, if you aren't attending or can't get a hold of them, I can *try* to get their contact info for you.
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JeremyMallin Mar 10, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks.
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