View Full Version : Character: Portrait of a young girl
29-01-2004, 03:34 AM
Hi, here is my latest work. I did not want a photorealistic representation of a human with this, but a more stylised look. I hope you will like it.
I used MAX5, Brazil, Shag:hair and Photoshop
Feedback and suggestions are welcome.
29-01-2004, 04:04 AM
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This is amazing beutful and so relistic. (even if you dont want her to look elistic :D ) :eek:
29-01-2004, 05:02 AM
she´s a real beauty. wow.. like corky said, the render really does look kinda realistic.
very nice work..
29-01-2004, 05:53 AM
Hi Mille! Still improving I see. She sure looks good. The skin is very realistic. The one detail I like most somehow is how well u nailed the lipstick shader. Truly a beatutiful image. Perhaps if u gave her an expression and directed her eyes into the camera shed look even better :D
29-01-2004, 08:10 AM
Wow, your work's amazing! did you use box modeling, surface tools or nurbs to model your character? I've dreamt for years to reach your level and I'm still dreaming... Keep up the good work.
29-01-2004, 10:27 AM
Thanks a lot for the replies!:)
Emperor- I might do a test later with her eyes looking into the camera, or render a different angle of the head. As for expression I think she has one, it's just not a basic one like happy or sad, but more subtle imo. Thanks
2maxed- thanks. I started out with drawing splines for the general shape, added a surface modifier and converted to polygons. Then there was a lot of editing with meshsmooth on top. So mostly it's subdivision modeling.
29-01-2004, 04:54 PM
Just two crits.
The hair could use some post production cleanup in photoshop to make it look more real, it just doesn't blend into the head right.
And the eye lashes are REALLY close, but something about them seems off, I can't put my finger on it.
Other then those two crits, it's perfect, the anamony is perfect and she even looks sexy :)
Two thumbs up, mate.
You should really write a tutorial on how you did the eyes, eyebrows, lips and skin textures. I wouldn't mind learning from a master, and after looking at this, you're a master at the above mentioned examples.
30-01-2004, 05:28 AM
The neck and shoulders seem to be too big for her marvellous face...to me the neck looks short.
anyway you did a very good job.
30-01-2004, 04:03 PM
Yea shes hot I'd bang her...errrr...ummm.... lol j/k amazing model and great textures.
30-01-2004, 08:43 PM
Really like it. One thing, I checked out your site (awesome stuff) and you seem to be pretty familiar with sss. Doesn't look like you used it on this model. If you did I would suggest to crank up the effect.
31-01-2004, 06:43 AM
WOW, I also think that the neck could be a bit smaller or leaner. Less beefy. Might I add that the texturing is supererb, just amazing.
Great job man, love the expression, it really makes the image captivating.
If I had to be picky, the only thing I would say thats not totally convincing is the line where the hair meets the face infront of the ear.
Awesome job on the face though.
wow, gorgeous! her eyes are perfect!
i agree that the hair (in front that fell on the forehead) looks a little bit like out of the picture (i mean it doens't blend that well with the rest of the hair) but she's really great!
i imagine what you can do when you want to make something realistic! ;)
01-02-2004, 09:00 PM
Great work as usual mille
but i have a suggestion if you make her look at an thing routate her eye alittel!
i think she would be more relaestic
but again so real:)
01-02-2004, 09:21 PM
excellent but i think that the jaw line is a little to long. mabye bring it closer to the chin
01-02-2004, 10:29 PM
She looks absolutely perfect to me except I don’t see how she’s stylized.
12-02-2004, 06:10 PM
lovely, and you didn't even try to get a photorealistic look !!! what if you had !!
13-02-2004, 06:58 AM
DAMNNNNNNNNNNNN. Dark haired brunetts are the best ;) shes perfect man. Awesome work.
13-02-2004, 08:26 AM
Nicely done. She looks very "CG-ish" but a good model nonetheless. The hair really doesn't look like real human hair at all, it kind of looks like the hair you find on barbie dolls and things like that. For a stylized model this is pretty good.
14-02-2004, 12:05 PM
Thanks a lot for the feedback people, I really appreciate it.
It's hard to do major adjustments right now because there was a lot of work done in Photoshop after I rendered, and I don't feel like doing it all again:) , but I will take your suggestions with me for my future work.
18-02-2004, 06:08 AM
WOW! Really AWSOME MODEL! I want to fall in love with her! ;) (but I think I'm to ugly :( ;) ). I've saved it in my "Cool 3D-images"-folder!!! (and that's an honor in my case ;) )
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