Fairy And Snake, Stahlberg (3D), (3D)

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  03 March 2003
I saw the pictore on the swedish forum (www.Grafisktforum.org) and i like it like hell...
  03 March 2003
wow, when I saw it on the plugs on the front page, I thought "didn't I see that one before" and then I clicked, and it was that great 2D transformed into 3D. Excellent job!!

I agree that the snake could use just a touch of work to make it more interesting, but it is essentially perfect as is!
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  03 March 2003
I'm amazed by this 3d transition. I wasn't sure whether you posted the painting again! The face is excellent! I agree with magicm about that fold. It does look kinda peculiar.
  03 March 2003
wow i loved the 2d and the 3d is just as cool !.. keep up the good work its peices like this that make me close everything and start up maya and keep going with what ever im working on
  03 March 2003
ooooo myyyy gosh it rockzz like crazzzzzzy
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  03 March 2003
Wonderful work! At first glance I thought it was another rev of the 2D image.

There is one item that looks odd/distracting to me and that's the hair that touches the right upper arm. It looks a bit like an oil slick or something other than hair.
  03 March 2003
amazing work....
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  03 March 2003
That is absolutely brilliant.
  03 March 2003
hi steven,
absolutely awesome...I also love the 2d version,

I think you should maybe try and feather the edges around the charactes a litttle bit. To get the light wrapping around the characters.

everything else great mr stahlberg...

  03 March 2003
looks sweet!

but I like the 2D version better..
  03 March 2003
Very nice. Very very nice. Reminds me allot of the work of Boris Vallejo.
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  03 March 2003
Excellent Job !! I really like the womens face and expression.

I agree with the comments about the back head fur and the drool but those are very minor things indeed.

Very nice transition from 2d to 3d!

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  03 March 2003
her face is just great!
but i do like the 2d version a little bit more
but nevermind
the picture is just beautiful

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  03 March 2003
the drool is really bugging me. Not because it shouldn't be there or that it takes away from the image. It looks to me like it isn't sitting right.

The monsters head is obviously centred with hers, and her head is centered over her body. The drool looks to be coming from the center of the monsters lower jaw, yet it is hitting the outside of her right knee. maybe it drooled there before it turned its attention full on but, I think you should change it.

Also her hair on her right arm looks more like playdoh then hair. Needs maybe higher contrasts?

edit: whoops, AMAZING!!!!
  03 March 2003
Amazing, it really a good job wherether 3D and 2D, both are great...but i prefer the 2D work more, its bringing more feel on it, haha...

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