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Old 05 May 2006   #1
Arrow Sweet New Tutorial Thread ~ 2D / 3D Paintovers with Steven Stahlberg

I'm really happy to announce this new tutorial thread ~ click link or picture below to be taken to:




Please read the rules before posting your work for review!

Your work must be a nearly completed work - please no rough / barely started 2D / 3D work!

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Old 06 June 2006   #2
Hallway

here is my 3d still of my hallway in my apt. I am a beginner, only have 1 year experience with 3ds max 8. Used Mental Ray, but plan on buying VRay soon so I can get better lighting and texturing renders.

I wanted the mood to be kinda spooky and scary at the same time. I'm kinda new on lighting. Just finished a class last semester. So I don't know to much right now, but I would appreciate some criticisims and feedback. Also some tips on lighting because, like I said before, I'm a rookie. I saw some of other peoples scenes and they absolutely blow my mind. I would love to do the same in the near future.

I'm going to animate this scene with flickering lights and also some spooky music.

Feedbacks would be appreciated.
 
Old 08 August 2006   #3
I have seen the previous paintover thread and it was awesome and full of knowledge.

I am working on this 3D boy character and at some point I get lost of proportion in the bottom part of body. I am learning anatomy right now in my drawing classes. But still I am learning so I have difficult time knowing what should I modify to make it believable. I would really appreciate if you can help me on this. Thank you very much you are really generous.

Sorry I posted here... I was exciting to post my work so forgot to read the instructions fully... I thought this was second paintover thread.
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Old 08 August 2007   #4
thanks for providing the link rebeccak..i lost track of the older link..
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Old 12 December 2007   #5
I am a beginner

here is my 3d still of my hallway in my apt. I am a beginner,this my job
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Old 04 April 2008   #6
Hi,

sorry,, i didn't read direction correctly :(

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Old 07 July 2008   #7
Wrong thread

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Old 08 August 2008   #8
the flash:

you need to streamline the torso a bit. also a side view might be helpful.
 
Old 08 August 2008   #9
DarkNight

Hey All

I have been working on this Batman model on my off time and feel i am reaching a point where I can let everyone see it. I am currently working on the cape and utility belt. i will later texture and render this in Mental Ray. Soon to come.... all critiques are welcome.

Thanks
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Old 12 December 2008   #10
Talking

I am also a novice but I have been using a version of the 3D max 2008
Hope that more exchanges
 
Old 01 January 2009   #11
Originally Posted by theflash: I have seen the previous paintover thread and it was awesome and full of knowledge.

I am working on this 3D boy character and at some point I get lost of proportion in the bottom part of body. I am learning anatomy right now in my drawing classes. But still I am learning so I have difficult time knowing what should I modify to make it believable. I would really appreciate if you can help me on this. Thank you very much you are really generous.

Sorry I posted here... I was exciting to post my work so forgot to read the instructions fully... I thought this was second paintover thread.


I'm going to continue being off topic by saying that the a person's legs is half their body length and their feet are the same length as their lower arms.
 
Old 02 February 2009   #12
looking for some critiques

Hey everyone,
Just looking for a paintover and some critiques on my work. its about 80% done, just wondering if anyone got some suggestion or critique so i can incorporate it in. Would love a paint over

thanks
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Old 03 March 2009   #13
ok its good job
 
Old 12 December 2009   #14
As a novice modeller, (compared to most on here) i've found using Zbrush is the fastest most effective way of moddeling organically, I find 3DS Max and Maya far to cumbersome to even bother with, what could take days to do in max and maya you could probably do in zbrush in less than an hour, and it would look 10 times better.

Just my prefferance
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Old 05 May 2010   #15
Good job. Tutorial is nice. I learn something
 
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