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Old 11 November 2002   #16
Simply amazing, i love the style of her clothes, the tour guide like hat is awesome!

and the detail on the belt is beautiful

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Old 11 November 2002   #17
absolutely jaw has dropped to the floor (doe she have a single sister??) Defn. 5 stars!!!
Old 11 November 2002   #18
I am sure that i should not have the rights to critique master Steven here, but something that i really want to suggest.

I guess add a little bit of highlight there would be great. And seems something is missing to make it believe it is a leather. Hum, i don't know how to discribe the texture. But it should look like some tiny hair, or fur sticks out on the edge.

The positive side of the leather is very shiny, but the negative side is very rough. There, that's what i mean. it should have it on the edge too.

But it isn't a really big problem since there has no one able to see that tiny edgez
Old 11 November 2002   #19
Forsome reason, it doesn't alow me to post attach files on the previous reply
Old 11 November 2002   #20
Holy freak!!!! Good job
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Old 11 November 2002   #21
Actually, HZL, I agree with you entirely, the belt body DOES look very CG, but I'd think its the only thing. You're right, that perfect edge looks a bit fake good work spotting it!


EDIT: Congrats on the award!!!
Old 11 November 2002   #22
Steven, Steven, you have to stop this man I mean jeez

The only thing I would crit is her butt it looks a wee bit sharp in that backview pic.. that and the lil flap of material over her butt isn't as believeable as the rest of the textures... nonetheless

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Old 11 November 2002   #23
Mr Stalhberg

The legend in our midst.

See you are still alive, kicking and making these beautiful models still. Great work.

To answer the question " Why do you always model women?"
Answer: Because he can, if you could make women that look like that would you?

Hey are you still in Austin, any projects we will see soon?

Keep up the good work!!!
Old 11 November 2002   #24
/me so jealous now ...I cant wait to see a animation with here
Great detail on the belt also!...just awesome!
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Old 11 November 2002   #25
at the first glance one can see this is a stahlberg! great!
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Old 11 November 2002   #26

Is all i can say in one of the Pionneers of 3D

It is definitely saying Stahlberg all over.

I wish i could be like u some day!!!!!!
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Old 11 November 2002   #27
How do you go about transferring the binding from the skin to the clothes?

You said us used the save one as the skin; how did you manage that, exporting weight maps?
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Old 11 November 2002   #28
only one question for you:
do you every sleep?!
awesome work!
Old 11 November 2002   #29
Sorry, I'm crying now..
Old 11 November 2002   #30
hot damn!!!

that looks FANTASTIC!!!!! really really nice style. The realistic humanistic stuff i see is just so generic since people are just trying to get the hang of modeling human figures... but it's nice to see one that is not so generic and has flare and style!!! amazing work indeed! Thanks for telling how you lighted teh scene also, i've been trying to find a decent way to do GI in maya...

by the way, i am in no way ripping on other human type models on the site, i'm just happy to see a human model that's not a study and has character...
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