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  02 February 2003
Lady Bird, (3D)

Title: Lady Bird

FAQ: NO, she's NOT my mother-in-law!
  02 February 2003
Pretty dark, isn't it? Could you maybe get a lighter background? As always it would be nice to see a wire.
It kinda looks like a painting, you could frame that Cool!
  02 February 2003
ah damn i thought LARRY BIRD
Its too early :P
Nice work though...
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  02 February 2003
Yes, pretty dark.
  02 February 2003

My english <= 0
  02 February 2003
This is brilliant, I give you 4 stars.
  02 February 2003
Wow-she has really personality!
I like the feathers around her neck and the stylized appearance!
Cool, love to see more characters of that kind.
  02 February 2003
Excellent work Brighten it up a bit so we can see it in all its glory
  02 February 2003
Hmm, yes I likes that I does. And it's perfect the way it is; the darkness really adds focus to the face. Well done indeed.
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  02 February 2003
Excellent detail and mood !!! . I really like the dark mood and colors .

P.S : Have u made any blend shapes (morph targets ) for her ?

If yes , post some....
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  02 February 2003
Maybe its the setup i have on my monitor but i just think it would look a little better a bit brighter.

A bit like this
  02 February 2003
It's really excellent !, i love it.
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  02 February 2003
Really cool.So intense!...please! put a link to an hires version!!!!

  02 February 2003
Hi Pupi and welcome aboard

Your lady is simply amazing! No any crits! You should definetely link a higher res version because its a master piece!!!

I ve looked to your gallery and love all your work

Hope to see another work from you soon
  02 February 2003

So you did that great rhinocerous!

Great work, and a brilliant character!
btw - I love the darker lighting.

The texturing is so nicely harsh - like cellophane paper.
Is that all UV'd? Or procedural?
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