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imranac
09-20-2006, 08:46 PM
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Title: Lava Troll
Name: Imran Abdul Kader
Country: United Kingdom
Software: Photoshop, Poser, Vue

My Second Poser-Vue work.

I am still experimenting the lighting in
vue and I am trying hard not to rely on
photoshop on my postwork.

45 minutes of rendering.
15 minutes of postwork.

Global illumination at Normal.
with High Dynamic Range - Environmental Mapping

Poser, Vue and Photoshop

Model: DAZ3D Troll
MAT: Lava MAT for Troll
Background: Chain wall prop

Thanks for viewing.
All comments/critiques are welcome.

Kid Dynomite
09-21-2006, 02:08 AM
I like this. The textures are fantastic. I like the pose as well, but the only crit i have is that the chain is a bit slack, which kinda makes you wonder why he's holding his arm up. :) I personally would make it so that the chain is pulling on his arm a bit more.

Other than that, I really like it.

imranac
09-21-2006, 03:27 PM
I like this. The textures are fantastic. I like the pose as well, but the only crit i have is that the chain is a bit slack, which kinda makes you wonder why he's holding his arm up. :) I personally would make it so that the chain is pulling on his arm a bit more.

Other than that, I really like it.

thanks for the critique Kid Dynomite..
really appreciate it..

the whole render is a frame from an animation I did..
the lava troll tries to free himself from the chains..and
the reason why the chains look deformed cause he pulls them off..

and yes..it is a bit slack..probably I should make it pull his hand up like you mentioned..
or maybe he's just wondering why the chain on his
right hand has not come off still ;)

thanks for viewing and thanks for your comments. :)

DarkSkills
09-24-2006, 01:50 AM
Great textures! Especially on the Troll!

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