--- classic spy girl ---


#1

hi everybody,

i’m working on this chick

I don’t have a concept for the moment just modeling and trying to find something interesting…

Any suggestions ?


#2

I am really liking the silhouette! As far as ideas, you got me (never been much of a concept guy), but I do think you should try looking at those classic James Bond movies, and maybe even a dash of Uma Thurman’s costume from the Avengers movie. But no female spy has more personality than my favorite female spy/agent of all-time–the original Mrs. Peel, Emma Peel! Her fashion sense/wardrobe from the TV show should be really good reference for you.


#3

Haha, yeah. Definitely has an Emma Peel look to it.

Tight bodysuits with oversized buckles/belts and such, You always knew someone was gonna get a kicking whenever there was a scene with her wearing one :stuck_out_tongue:

Solid modeling, got a good silhouette, though an extra loop on each elbow wouldn’t hurt.


#4

Thanks guys for your advices ( very good )

well noticed for the edge loop ArchangelTalon

tests on the texture and modeling… messy work :slight_smile:


#5

What I meant earlier about the original Emma Peel, I meant DIANA RIGG (what was I thinking?)!

Anyway, guillom, I think the attraction behind the big belt buckle on Uma Thurman’s Emma Peel is that it sags A LOT, and doesn’t actually hug that tightly around the waist (more decorative than anything else), but having it lowered also will accentuate her hips, which I assume will be curvaceous? BTW, is the belt separate geometry? If not, then forget what I wrote, but if so, slant the belt! Making it uneven would definitely give her more of a personality. Great work thus far!


#6

Hi, this is looking great so far! Really nice silhouette like others stated, maybe add more definition to the arms though.


#7

Its the Danger Girl model again :slight_smile:


#8

Mm… Nice. Did the outfit and the overall look, especially that hair. I hope you rig that for extra “throwing the hair back”-ness :wink:


#9

Sweet modelling Guillom!..I like the cunning use of loops around the elbows, should deform well, really nice legs on her aswell…You planning on bringing her into ZB? I think all that leather would benefit from it…looking forward to how this progresses :thumbsup:


#10

Looks really good, but the arms look somewhat cylindrical.


#11

Coming along :smiley:

I think her chin may be a bit too large/round to give that sleek, sexy spy girl look, though.


#12

thx all :slight_smile: like your ideas/advices

Johnwoo : though i do normal map at work all days long I definately think of putting her in ZB

I’ve tried to put some colors but i’m not 100 % satisfyied , i think zb could help to have good shapes …but very soft details !


#13

Nice clean model. I like the character lots.

One crit- the forearms seem a bit thin 'n flimsy.

Loof forward to seeing her textured :slight_smile:


#14

hi !

I’ve made some test with ZB but i’m not satisfyied at all so i prefer continuing on that texture more “painty”

I will check the forearms, well noticed Gary !


#15

Texture looks good so far. Nice and soft. Kind of glows.

I need to do some purely hand painted work again…


#16

Looking ace so far. Nice to see you straying from your usual cartoony path. Cartoony is good, but you have to try everything. Good geometry and textures so far - keep it up!


#17

I’m really digging the face/ The texture quality on the face is excellent, particularly the lips. Keep it up!


#18

i think she looks great, especially with those blue shades… those are sweet
texturing is beautifully done
can’t wait for the updates
:thumbsup:


#19

That texture is top-notch.

Excellent job!


#20

Thanks all of you, very motivating… :thumbsup:

first test on hair

Don’t know yet for the color ( just a test :slight_smile: