Memory, Yonglin Yao (3D)

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Old 07 July 2012   #16
really nice work man! very nice lighting
Old 07 July 2012   #17
Great image. You really captured that cold side of life where there is no life and balanced it with warm side of it, the life itself. Very symbolic ... I love images with strong idea behind them.
Old 07 July 2012   #18
This is a very nice picture - We see what that you meant instantly, which is great. I really like your environment, especially around the hanging sign - there is a nice atmosphere and grain. I also like the contrast hot/cold and that nice smoke coming from your male character.
Old 07 July 2012   #19
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Old 08 August 2012   #20
Really amazing work, and the concept is deep.

Did you use particles for the person on the left?
Old 08 August 2012   #21
There is a sad story between them.
Great work.
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Old 08 August 2012   #22
Thank you all for your consideration. About the forming of the girl's skirt, some tools helped me achieve it: the skirt was generally shaped by Max and the drape was carved by the Path Deform; while most of the details were made by ZB and the Move Topologica brush helped finish some cross.About the smoke, I use the fume plug-in max.

I know maybe it is not the most efficient method, so I hope you guys can share with me if you have better ways.

This is another version of the job. I'll release more pics if you're interested. Good talk with you all.

Thanks again.
Regardless of the black and white, it can't be as good as transparency

Old 08 August 2012   #23
Great work..
Old 08 August 2012   #24
wow amazing work!
Old 08 August 2012   #25
Nice Job !
Old 08 August 2012   #26
Nice job !
Old 08 August 2012   #27
i like it ! great job !
Old 08 August 2012   #28
Originally Posted by zhaomaokk: i also from gz and this story is about you ?! btw keep on do it.

I feel that this type of image is not much.And I have always wanted to do about the story between two people, I'll do it.
Regardless of the black and white, it can't be as good as transparency

Old 08 August 2012   #29
Other image

Regardless of the black and white, it can't be as good as transparency

Old 08 August 2012   #30
I like her hair. Did you use hairnfur/ hairfarm ? did you render it inside vray o as a separate pass ? do you mind sharing your worlfow for the hair ?

Nw since you're going into details, I hope you don't mind if I give you a few suggestions for improvement:

1. Can you tell me where the guy is looking? Is he looking at the girl or is he lost in his thoughts? If he's looking at her, you might wanna turn his head slightly more (same thing for the girl, juuuust a little).
If not, it would be nice to have him look more towards his feet, with the head bent forward. This would imply some sort of despair/sadness.

2.The pose of the girl has something unnatural to it. She looks a little stiff, and even tho she might be surprised (is she?) you would expect her to choose a pose where she is kind of resting.
I feel like that problem is caused by how straight her arms are. You could either move her hands back towards her pelvis, (so the arms bend a bit) or have her bend her chest forward a bit.

3. the skirt simulation is nice, altho the pointy shape it has on each sides make it feel like it's floating or very rigid. since it looks like a very thin fabric, it can't hold such a shape; you can bend it downwards just after the edge of the seat for a more natural flow.

4. altho the guy is a ghost/memory, you can do 2 things to help him blend in the picture more: move his screen left foot down, so that it touches the floor, and have a contact shadow under his bottom, where he touches his seat (right now there is light leaking there)

5. to be super picky (but this is a nice picture, so why not make it look perfect ): the guy's eyes are black - they contrast a lot with the rest of his tone. So I would either brightnen them a bit, or give them some more specular highlight to make it obvious they pop on purpose.

Thanks for sharing extra pics
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