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Posted March 15
What can I say? Grand Guignol?
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Posted June 4, 2018
Looks like the real thing.
Posted March 5, 2017
Looks okay but IMO, the wire fence does nothing for it.
Posted February 11, 2017
Are those CD tools? Nice model.
Posted February 3, 2017
Posted January 12, 2017
And in the Darkness bind them! Nice job, looks like the one done for screen.
Posted November 7, 2016
You have modeling and hair down pat. I look forward to your skin texture. Also, the straight lines from the polygon selection (for hair) can be softened with the "Add Guides" tool.
Posted October 16, 2016
Nice job! Very lifelike in spite of the morgue like color or lack thereof.
Posted August 19, 2016
Very much worth a look!
Posted July 23, 2016
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Posted April 6, 2016
Cling or freestone? Orchard planted by a drunk? Lawn instead of clean cultivation? Lovely image suitable for fairy stories.
Posted March 7, 2016
Very cosy! The pine tree looks distressed (lack of water?) and has a brownish look.
Posted February 22, 2016
Imagine if you could 3D print that.
Posted December 28, 2015
Buen hecho! La epoca del Dia de los Muertos es un fuente de inspiracion.
Posted July 22, 2015
Posted October 15, 2011
It's so photoreal that the two versions allow the viewer to believe it was done on a computer. The Vray version appears more colorful. Congratulations (unless it is a photo and your only pulling our leg).
Posted September 10, 2011
Everything but the color is fine. A map in the Diffusion channel to indicate areas that are shiny (the nose an forehead for instance) and also, not all areas of the face have the same color (he looks like he has makeup on). But he looks alive.
Posted August 14, 2011
I can understand your enthusiasm, it looks great. What's HQ Grass, is it part of Vray?
Posted August 6, 2011
I agree! Well done!
Posted May 4, 2011
Pretty slick! That will certainly pass, good luck with the animation although animating characters in space suits may simplify the job.
Posted April 24, 2011
Curtains made the cut. Too bad about the shadow, How does one get hair to cast a shadow (like on his face)?
Posted April 23, 2011
Posted April 13, 2011
Very realistic. The fire would give a rim light on the foreground stuff.
Posted April 10, 2011
Yum! Very nice material and lighting.