Portrait of a woman, Yury Rybakov (3D)


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Title: Portrait of a woman
Name: Yury Rybakov
Country: Belarus
Software: 3ds max, Maya, Photoshop, VRay

Modeling done in Maya, hairs - hairtrix (12 mln tris), texture 10 000x10 000 for reflection mask and normal map, for diffuse 2048x2048.


#2

I don’t like her nose and collarbone area. Besides everything is great!


#3

The details are really good and also the render is awsome. only the collar bones looking a little straight. but altogether it’s a nice work.:slight_smile:


#4

Awesome and inspiring work! The mouth, eyes, and hair are very realistic.


#5

Great looking character and render. Her hair and the wool texture of her oufit are amazing too. Well done :slight_smile:


#6

Beautiful sweater.:slight_smile:


#7

This is extremely good. I love how it looks like she has lip gloss on :smiley: My only crit is the hair (which is good too) doesn’t look realistic/correct to me in how it falls/formed at the front, but this is probably a subjective thing…

Would love to see how you put this together!


#8

Well done, except the one are two that is already pointed, you have done an excellent job.


#9

very nice modeling by the face i like it the skin & hire but the eyes i think u have aproblame ok shes not in the canter

good lcuk 4 ever :applause:


#10

well its pretty nice just the right eye somehow doesnt fit in properly. the rest is pretty cool

regards


#11

really nice render


#12

Thanks for comments. Click on image to see higher resolution - 2000x2000





#13

great work man


#14

awesome work :buttrock:


#15

The underside of the nose is missing texture\bump, and the color\spec looks slightly blotchy on my monitor, but i know a lot of work has gone into this and overall it is a fantastic work, the hair and fur effects look awesome, love to see more!.


#16

great work. very realistic. i like it :slight_smile:


#17

Great work! The hair and sweater looks awesome! Could you give some insight on the process?


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