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  06 June 2003
Looks really good....

Just two crits, maybe just resloution problems. The hair looks too stringy, it only has two shades, real hair has at least 3-4 to look realistic. And the shadow on the neck seem to make her neck look too bulgy in contrast to how smooth the rest of the image is, but these are just being nitpicky.

Looks great. Want to see it in color....
  06 June 2003
are you some kind of freak. is that spelled right. no. really. are you. cause this is awsome. she is damm hot too.
  06 June 2003
God damn,..
can I meet her ?

Just beautifull work here !
  06 June 2003

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Once again. I must say the picture is GREAT

I would love to se your wires/trace of this picture. I know how hard it is to get that result. I just finnished my work with a illustration of my girlfriend. You can look at it at this thread

Maybe u have a diffrent way of creating this picture then me. You can se the wires at this thread.

Once MORE!! GREAT WORK!! i love it!
  06 June 2003
Beautiful! Great work!
  06 June 2003
Quote: Originally posted by poe
its far from photobelievable tbh, the hair is very impressive from this resolution...but i fail to see the need for 300+ closed paths when good use of the gradient mesh would do the same task.

without detail of proccess, however, your argument is a moot as mine

IŽd love to see a wireframe too.
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  06 June 2003
nice job.
can we get a view from another angle?

*point made*
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  06 June 2003

Wow, this pic really gets some people up (in more ways than one)
Any chance of the original pic or a path image?

Btw: Do you work for www.eyemail.com.cn?

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  06 June 2003
So is this a trace job? Gnome....could you get a photo of the add your talking about and post it? I'm just curious. It would be nice to be able to give this guy props, but not if it's a hack job.
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  06 June 2003
Hi, borisw_wjw, Nice to meet u here. your work is nice.
Keep post up more.
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  06 June 2003
are you using those mesh color tools here? or are you aculay creatingpaths for the shading?
any chance you could share a screen grab of her paths?

I also do some Illustrator work, and even if a photograph referance is used, to create a pic ina vector format that looks like that , with the shading is not easy task. Picture referance or not its amazing.
I thought cats were supposed to be clean animals? Mine don't pick up after themselves at all...

Last edited by jtk77 : 06 June 2003 at 02:56 AM.
  06 June 2003
At the end of the day what is different if:

This was inspired by a photograph and produced using the photo as a visual reference in Illustrator

This was traced directly over a photograph in Illustrator and shaded

This was actually a photograph placed in Photoshop and filtered

This was actually straight out of the imagination and through Illustrator

This was a real girl stood in front of someone who drew and shaded her directly in Illustrator


The fact that some of you are questioning whether any of the above apply would indicate that to some of you that the process is the highest priority of this image... not the image itself.. but how it was done and by what method(s). Presumably you can only be affected by an image if it fulfils your (possibly own, possibly shared) conception of what is classed as a 'legitimate' source or skill set not what is 'emmanating' from that image.

Now I know that a large part of posting anything on here, for all concerned, using any 'process' is for a skill set as much as an aesthetic to be commented upon but in a case such as this, if that bothers any of you so much, then I would say..innocent till proven guilty.. which is often the opposite approach persued by many members of this board.

Maybe an additional guide to posting note could be added that in the interest of all, that if anything was heavily referenced that it should be indicated what and how.
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