|08 August 2009||#46|
Jan Kristian Vollmer
elberfeld kreation gmbh
Join Date: Jul 2006
amazing work! cool details.
|08 August 2009||#49|
Coppélius at workportfolio
Independant Game Developer
Join Date: Feb 2004
Very nice - beautiful dress. Very pretty cloth shading, both on the dress and the drape.
Glad to see people are still taking cues from the 18th century
Dinner Date - Stout Games
|08 August 2009||#50|
Boss at Naviéportfolio
FX Artist & Software Dev
Join Date: May 2002
If you want some crits, the facial expression is not on par with the rest of the image. I am missing some life in her face. It could be the color palette supporting this (looks like she is missing some blood) but that instantly caught my eyes.
Another thing is the background. Just pure black is...simple. I can imagine a more suitable but still not defocusing background. This is nit-picking though.
But that´s actually anything I like to crit. The modeling is superb, the pose is convincing and the dress is wonderful and the rendering, well, it´s maxwell, so very realistic. Overall a superb execution.
|08 August 2009||#51|
Join Date: Dec 2002
thanks for comments and crits friends
i am appreciated you like it .
Originally Posted by Edenvisuals: Deniz,
How in the world did you plan out the folds? Where did you find reference for such an elaborate design? The modeling strikes
me the most, well done on the shading as well!
since there were lots of monsters and aliens around i was thinking about to make something different . after watching the
movie of "Marie Antoniette" i found my inspiration . the reference dress itself exists as an oil painting by Vigée Le Brun .
but i might suck at resemblance
Originally Posted by Sceme: This is quite a piece of work. Congratulations!
I have only one comment. The line where the dress meets the torso looks tad too sharp for my eyes. Shoulder area looks good,
but the chest area looks like there's just a line, no wringkles etc.
Could be that we can't really see the details of the dress, since the photo is not enough big.
So it just makes it to look "flat"
Anyway that was just a 0.01% part of the whole piece! Fantastic work.
the torso is a corset so i hesitated to add folds there but it had lots of quilter on it . unfortunately they cant be seen
from this far well .
Originally Posted by deftsword: Very impressive piece of work.
If I can bring your attention to one thing; in the 18th century women had their skin very white and some how really
transparent so one can see the veins.
That would kick-up the realism of your art piece.
Congratulation all the rest is so amazing.
oh yes . they really are . but that bust belongs to someone who is special for me
Originally Posted by Designer: If you want some crits, the facial expression is not on par with the rest of the image. I am missing some
life in her face. It could be the color palette supporting this (looks like she is missing some blood) but that instantly
caught my eyes.
Another thing is the background. Just pure black is...simple. I can imagine a more suitable but still not defocusing
background. This is nit-picking though.
But that´s actually anything I like to crit. The modeling is superb, the pose is convincing and the dress is wonderful and
the rendering, well, it´s maxwell, so very realistic. Overall a superb execution.
yes the face may need more work . unfortunately i had enough with sss shader and gave up at some point . it ate all my map
details and suffers lack of some parameters . i tried my best here . i hope we will see more correct calculations and
parameters with v2 that will save our time . so the background was dark red but amongst the color correction it turn to black
Last edited by CGDeniz : 08 August 2009 at 04:06 PM.
|08 August 2009||#52|
Ryan Wong Kok Tak
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Join Date: Aug 2009
The details on the cloth is just stunning . . Great work
Our latest TV commercial
Mitsubishi - Prison Break TVC
Last edited by RyanBox : 08 August 2009 at 09:44 AM.
|08 August 2009||#56|
Lalalalala with you~portfolio
Join Date: Sep 2005
Its an amazing work indeed, I believe many have given their useful critiques so I need not say more, do be proud of this work Deniz
- My website -
|08 August 2009||#60|
Join Date: Sep 2003
Thread automatically closed
This thread has been automatically closed as it remained inactive for 12 months. If you wish to continue the discussion, please create a new thread in the appropriate forum.
Note that as CGTalk Members, you agree to the terms and conditions of using this website.
|Thread Closed share thread|