Female Revolution (nudity), Lee Paul Sinclair (3D)

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  12 December 2004
Female Revolution (nudity), Lee Paul Sinclair (3D)

Title: Female Revolution (nudity)
Name: Lee Paul Sinclair
Country: United Kingdom
Software: BodyPaint, LightWave 3D, Photoshop, ZBrush

Its a subdivision model which is roughly rigged.

This is work in progress, I have been studying the female form for years. Trying to get the quality that many artists on this website achieve. Much more work to do. Will post the head and wires if possible, I am new to this forum and just getting used to the posting procedures : )
  12 December 2004

This is just really lovely and shows understanding of the (realistic) human form.
  12 December 2004
Everything from the hips and up look like a man. I think the shoulders are too wide.
  12 December 2004
yes, she looks a little, like a man. but it give her a realistic look .

amazing modelisation and texturing !

please, more shots

  12 December 2004
As previously mentioned the shoulders seem a little wide. but I think the neck is probably what makes it look a little too manly, make it more slender.

Beautiful model tho, extrememly realistic.
  12 December 2004
It's nice and very realistic

Good job !
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  12 December 2004
First, excellent job and welcome to the forum. I think you modelled her great, the shoulders are broad, but I've known more than one who were built like that!
I think, on the whole, your texturing is excellent, just two gripes.

1: Looks like she just got a whipping, her butt is out of "synch" with the rest of her color scheme - looks like someone elses butt put on her!

2: Your hair piece (a hair accessory, i guess) is blending in with her head so that it is hard to see, and the blending mixed with the shadow is making it look like her head is dented! not what I look for in a woman! LOL

This is just what I think but, on the whole, you did a remarkable job. I have to agree witht the others who are asking for more shots, also a couple wires to see your technique.
Keep it up!
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