Red Opium, Olivier Ponsonnet (3D)

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Old 01 January 2006   #61
great work ... can u show the mr output without ps overpaint and composite
Old 01 January 2006   #62

i love the costume design.
the older i get, the more life starts to make sense, and the less i care.
Old 01 January 2006   #63
Thumbs up quite masterful

very nice scene, i like the color the most. Composed perfect imo.

The anatomy looks fine to me.
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Old 01 January 2006   #64

Great piece dude. I like the colors Her skin shading is awesome too!
Old 01 January 2006   #65
Wooowww.... Vampire.............. absolutely beautifull.......
Old 01 January 2006   #66
wow man..this is a beautiful image, really love the concept and the quality of your job,
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Old 01 January 2006   #67
Pretty gorgeous lady, she's really cute and charming.
Technically i have nothing to crit, but in my opinion, the background is a bit too dark.
Head, hair and back are completely melting in it. Maybe that's what you wanted to get, so forget what i'm saying.
But i think it could be better with a slight separation, it would define the contour of the lady...
anyway, good job sir
btw: the shape of the breast is really sweet !
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Old 01 January 2006   #68
I think I love her!

Old 01 January 2006   #69
Red face

Great work but :

I think you can improve your skill if you work more the posing, ie you can for example
turn the head, turn the eyes because all in the same direction, a little bit rigid etc.

A back light can be interesting too.
But i don't think you make these changes for this one, next one maybe ?

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Old 01 January 2006   #70
Another fantastic piece from you Reiv!

Very nice colors and comp! from me man!
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Old 01 January 2006   #71
congratulations on such a well done piece....

my critique is that the mark on her right eye is difficult to make out for what it is because it is placed in the far side of her face..... it should either enhance the face by being a prominent feature or should be hidden so as not to be a distraction

could you talk about your process? there isn't much on your webpage about your work flow... the wire mesh helps a lot, but can you go into detail on your techniques? it would definitely help others
Old 01 January 2006   #72
mon ptit gars, encore une fois, ça déchire...

est-ce que tu te mets a la 2D? ajoutes tu des details et subtilités dans photoshop?
je te vois bien bientot faire du full concept art-character design dans toshop, a la vitesse a laquelle tu arrives a tes fins en 3D tu vas peut etre avoir besoin de challenges en 2D
___El Rafo___
Old 01 January 2006   #73
Amazing render. Eligent and dark. I love it.
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Old 01 January 2006   #74
AWESOME WORK! (c'est trop trop beau )
Old 01 January 2006   #75
Although i realy like the mood of this piece, the look on her face, the textures and the lightning i do kinda get bored with your work to be quite honest. I know this may be a harsh statement but when i looked upon the frontpage and saw the thumbnail i knew in an instant that it was your work. Why? Cause your work is in great lines repetative and always much the same. Woman, mostly face or upper part, realy outcoming lipgloss, lightning etc etc. There is no structural variation in my opinion and although you are a much honoured artist and have received many awards, an award for originality is not something that i would represent to you in a long time

Maybe these words sound a bit harsch but they are just the resemblance of my opinion which i am entitled too

"One achieves much if one sets its mind to it"

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