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Ken Gilliland's Products In Renders

Szark

Awesome
thanks Flint, well all do different images and I like yours too, you put effort in and it shows. I always appreciate people who put the effort in.
 

Miss B

Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time
CV-BEE
Monster Attack!! Monster Attack!!

Seriously though, you did a good job Joe. I never would've thought to use one of Ken's birds in this sort of render. ;)
 

Stezza

Extraordinary
we want to know the story now on how a Kiwi was imported to the USA and then how did it get upsized so much and got released!

maybe it was looking for that caged kookaburra in the petshop!

great render ;) :lol:

oh.. and that couple near the VW.... doesn't look promising for them! :snoopydances:
 

Janet

Extraordinary
Contributing Artist
Hahahah it looks like one of those big dumb monsters that can't figure out why everyone is afraid of him. Great render!
 
we want to know the story now on how a Kiwi was imported to the USA and then how did it get upsized so much and got released!

maybe it was looking for that caged kookaburra in the petshop!

great render ;) :lol:

oh.. and that couple near the VW.... doesn't look promising for them! :snoopydances:
The story possibilities are endless. I was going to just do a regular Kiwi render and I saw this pose that looked like it was stomping on something and then things got crazy ;)
 
well, birds are related to dinosaurs after all... great images!

If you have my Moths, I think Mothra could settle those two down
Thank you for your kind words of encouragement and for all your hard work on building great products for us to play with. These kiwi models are so full of attitude that they must know they are descended from dinosaurs.

PS. Love the Mothra image
 
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