Barbarian Warrior, Silvia Fusetti (2D)

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Old 04 April 2007   #61
great work indeed! my congratulations!
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Old 04 April 2007   #62
5 star!
Davvvero un buon lavoro!
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Old 04 April 2007   #63
Originally Posted by petz: At first I thought that someone posted a photograph in the gallery. Then I saw your WIP images and... wow - you're gifted. One of the best 2D composition I've seen.

How long did you worked on this piece?

5 stars for sure!

/Patrick



Thankyou Patrick,
I worked on this piece approximately one week.
Bye
 
Old 05 May 2007   #64
Hi Silvia,

I don't Know you, but I visit your CGPortfolio and i find good work. This is illustration with more detail... but why use Poser? It's easy modeling with Poser... If you modeling all in XSI maybe it's more fantastik work, now it's great work...

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Ciao Silvia,

non consocendoti ho dato un'occhiata al tuo CGPortofolio e ho visto dei bei lavori... complimenti. Anche questa illustrazione è molto bella e ha un gran livello di dettaglio però non capisco perchè lavori con Poser che ritengo un software di serie B e molto facile da usare, sicuramente se lo avessi modellato tutto in XSI sarebbe stato un lavoro molto più eccellente (con questo non dico che non lo sia... e poi io sono ancora a livello zero nella grafica quindi non posso giudicare gli altri)... In ogni caso rimane un bel lavoro e spero di vederni altri in Home page di CGSociety...

ciao e buona giornata
Matteo

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Old 05 May 2007   #65
Originally Posted by MatteoM: Hi Silvia,

I don't Know you, but I visit your CGPortfolio and i find good work. This is illustration with more detail... but why use Poser? It's easy modeling with Poser... If you modeling all in XSI maybe it's more fantastik work, now it's great work...


huh?! ....not being rude here, but that didn't make much sense.....the fact that it's listed in the 2D section, clearly means that poser was used as a basis for the figure...everything else was painted, therefore ANY 3D program would do.....in fact, I think she didn't even needed to use one considering how well this piece is painted....

again, great work Silvia...

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Old 05 May 2007   #66
Originally Posted by MatteoM: Hi Silvia,

... but why use Poser? It's easy modeling with Poser... If you modeling all in XSI maybe it's more fantastik work, now it's great work...




Thankyou Matteo for your comment but I agree with Donald,
my intention was to create a well made 2D work so I think it doesn't matter which 3D software I used to make the base for painting. Anyway this illustration was made on demand and I had few days to finish the work.
I think It's important to choose the better technique in respect of the time available and the result wanted.
If I had used xsi to model the face I dont think that the final image would have been better.

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Old 05 May 2007   #67
Sorry Binder and Silvia,

I don't read te section... I think is 3D...

Nice Day
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Old 05 May 2007   #68
spectacular work, well done.

spectacular work, well done.
 
Old 05 May 2007   #69
Wow! Incredible details!
 
Old 05 May 2007   #70
Wow.

Hi,shilvia. your art work is very fantastic. It's real!.


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Old 05 May 2007   #71
Nice trix Silvia!
best work and very-warrior-Bonazz-style image

great

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Old 05 May 2007   #72
Outstanding work! One small criticism. I would prefer to see part of the warrior's neck to assure the viewer that he is very much alive and very much a threat. With the fabric drawn so closely to his face it almost appears we are viewing a "beheaded" warrior. Just an observation. Beautiful work!
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Old 05 May 2007   #73
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Originally Posted by 2ndACT: Outstanding work! One small criticism. I would prefer to see part of the warrior's neck to assure the viewer that he is very much alive and very much a threat. With the fabric drawn so closely to his face it almost appears we are viewing a "beheaded" warrior. Just an observation. Beautiful work!
Thank you!



Thankyou for your observation,
I didn't noticed that. Maybe the garment is too much close to the head.
I'm too lazy to fix it but the next time I'll be careful about that!

Thanks
 
Old 05 May 2007   #74
wow!! very dramatic work, I love it!
 
Old 05 May 2007   #75
Smile ?

What to say ?? Just absolutely incredible...
 
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