|09-08-2008, 02:45 PM||#16|
Join Date: Aug 2007
Thank you all, for your kind comments so far. I didn't expect such a positive response.
Here are 2 more pics. Maybe you'll find them interesting.
And yes, caustics on the apple... This is worth a thread of it's own. Of course, you (and me) would expect some caustic refractions on the apple. I mean, that was the whole idea behind those waterdrops. But realism isn't always as expected. In short, I would explain the missing caustics due to the abscence of a very intense direct light, and the indirect light wasn't strong enough to produce noticeable caustics. (I tested it with a real apple, and it was like the rendering, so it was fine with me)
displacement and bump
|09-08-2008, 07:39 PM||#24|
David Jimenez Saiz
Lead Asset Artist
Santa Monica, USA
Join Date: Dec 2007
Brilliant. That's one scary looking witch.
Just one thing, and this being very very picky. The drops of water on the apple don't convince me. They look to perfect. That's my humble opinion. Everything else ROCKS big time!!
|09-09-2008, 12:23 AM||#28|
Stealthy Tea Monkeyportfolio
Join Date: Jun 2002
Magnificent realisation of the original witch. I love the fact you've done so much detailed 3d work on it, yet it still retains the Disney character feel.
|09-09-2008, 12:30 AM||#29|
Creative Director for Frogchildren Studios
Join Date: Feb 2002
I'll never know why Snow White was temped by this one.
Run Snow! Fantastic work.
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