|08 August 2007||#1|
Illustrator, 3d 2d artist
VFX Artist at Xchanges Visual Effects s.r.l
Join Date: Aug 2006
Zebra Armour, Silvia Fusetti (3D)
Title: Zebra Armour
Name: Silvia Fusetti
Software: Photoshop, XSI
This is a part of a work ordered by a graphic studio that had to create an Italian television printed advertising.
They gave me the photo of the posed zebra and my task was to create a 3d armour over her.
The 3d model is made by Gabriele Sina.
For this armour 4-5 working days (camera matching, modelling, lighting, shading, texturing, image final retouching)
Here you have:
camera matching and starting photo,
full resolution 3d armour,
Medium resolution 3d armour
|08 August 2007||#5|
...is just as amazing as your other project! I've never seen a Zebra look so ruthless and warlike, great work on the texturing and lighting! And your modeler is amazing and inspiring.
|08 August 2007||#6|
Join Date: Jun 2003
Hi Silvia ,
A great work, which this doing, I see that l' armor of its horse this
fact of the same material that the one of its rider. You have a great
talent, thanks to offer a little to us.
|08 August 2007||#9|
Fairfax Media Publications Pty Ltd
Join Date: Sep 2002
Modern metal smith
You could have been a master metal smith in the old days!
fantastic work my friend, lovingly crafted details
|08 August 2007||#12|
Join Date: Jul 2004
the only thing that is bothering me, isn't there suppose to be that things at the side where the rider puts his feet in?
but still good, love the texturing and it fits well, great job
|08 August 2007||#13|
Vancouver Film School
Join Date: Aug 2004
Originally Posted by webejame: the only thing that is bothering me, isn't there suppose to be that things at the side where the rider puts his feet in?
Nah thats were duct tape comes into play.
fantastic texturing, lighting, and modeling. I really like the feel of that armour on the zibra...
Ps. AMAZING zibra modeling.
"Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful." - Albert Schweitzer
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