Fluid Inspiration, Akira Hanzo (3D)


#1

Title: Fluid Inspiration
Name: Akira Hanzo
Country: Romania
Software: 3ds Max 5

The main idea is that inspiration is like a fluid that floats in the air, a substance that can be smelled, tasted and seen. It is easier than air and might be flowing as water, easily vanishing.


#2

Absolutely amazing work, I love it =D

The only thing I would change is maybe making the texture on/above the cheeks closer match the chin and rest of the face. It looks a little too rough compared to the rest… this might just be me though.

But anyway, great job!!


#3

Stunning. B&W CG always looks better to me. However, must offer the following crits.

The hair looks 3d; The tips show that it is clearly transparency mapped. The ends shouldn’t be so straight cut.

I suppose the pores on the face are more defined because it is seen through the water or something else I don’t understand, but it looks a bit odd.


#4

Nice stuff!

There are various discrepencies to criticise but overall I find the image aesthetically pleasing. I especially like the liquid and the eyes. The lips appear to lack any kind of depth. Overall: nice.

-Akira


#5

nice image – if you change anything, I would suggest toning down the PORES of the skin. I like the freckles - but freckles denote a YOUNG person, and a younger person has much smaller pores … not as pronounced. Keep up the excellent work bub!

Cheers,
Sammy


#6

yeah the pores are to strong for such a face…
anyway great modeling and great liquids…


#7

very fine, and natural look!.. the overall lighting is very good, and enhance the freshness!.. would you post a wireframe of the face, withoiut the texture?..


#8

impressive,
amazing work!!!

you are elite.

no comments, simply perfect!


#9

technically very impressive.
I don’t really like 3D images like that thought, a photo would do the trick better…


#10

Nice model!
Nice lighting! A beautiful work. I’d like to know how you did the shading on the lips?
Anyway it’s well done!


#11

well done … love the eyes


#12

perfect :buttrock: absloutly amazing !..keep it up :thumbsup:


#13

:applause: !SUPERB! :applause:


#14

uhhh uhhhh :bowdown:IM NOT WORTHY…IM NOT WORTHY !!:bowdown: Im truly amazed… all done in max no liquid programs or hair plug ins?


#15

Flippin brilliant!

The mouth looks exceptionally photo-real.
The whole thing looks photo real to me - the only thing that gave it away for me is the eyes being a little too sharp.
I do agree that the pores on her cheeks are a bit strong - it makes her look a lot older.

Excellent work either way!!

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#16

Very nice render. The texturing looks kind of odd around the mouth, but other than that this could pass as a photo.
I’d say this is one of my new favorite compositions that I’ve seen here, at least. :slight_smile:


#17

pore . lentigo . derma’s texture
they look so clear
good job


#18

composition is very much out of balance, the diametral oposition if the water breaking is not very much in relation with the woman’s face.

the modelling is good.


#19

great work, very realitic


#20

I know the accident with the pores… but I am just a begginer! I will be more carefull with texture… Thanks for all messages. It was a pleasure!

I’ll be back soon!