TRON pinup, Andrew Hickinbottom (3D)

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Old 01 January 2011   #16
Congratulations on the FP

Looks amazing!
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Old 01 January 2011   #17
Stunning work! very stylish and well done.
 
Old 01 January 2011   #18

Beautiful
 
Old 01 January 2011   #19

Beautiful! Just OSOM!!!
 
Old 01 January 2011   #20
Love it ! Congrats, another great piece !
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Old 01 January 2011   #21
dude your work is awesome , a little short is not that bad .
 
Old 01 January 2011   #22
superb work! really like the stylized look of it
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Old 01 January 2011   #23
Love it.

Great idea Andy.
 
Old 01 January 2011   #24
great work andy.. love the style.

congrats.,

cheers
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Old 01 January 2011   #25
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There should be more frontpage art updates. The features are good and all, but for me, CGtalk is all about the artist showcases.


Kudos to that!
BTW, nice artwork, specially on the shaders and post work.

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Old 01 January 2011   #26
top notch work Andy! besides the stunning character, I really like the overall composition/pose/framing,
can't wait yo see your next work!!
 
Old 01 January 2011   #27
What's wrong with being short?
Short girls are the sexiest and the cutest...

She's so amaaaazing!!
Congrats!

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Old 01 January 2011   #28
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Hmm, im not really seeing the age thing. Should her legs be longer? Her head smaller? Im used to doing stylised stuff, so perhaps the proportions are not perfect...


I think what's throwing it off for me is the scale of the head and the facial features (small upturned nose, wide-set eyes, etc) - which is indeed stylized and consistent with some of your other work. The proportions don't have to be perfect and I enjoy inspecting the detail, I just initially thought that she looked too young to flaunt the junk in the trunk. Still boss, though.
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Old 01 January 2011   #29
Hmm, i believe there’s nothing really wrong with the proportions, it’s more a viewing angle issue - the camera a little lower and everything is fine. But i agree about the reflections - some of them make the piece very graphical. Nonetheless an outstanding work!
 
Old 01 January 2011   #30
Another wonderfull job Andrew, congratulations!
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