View Full Version : Older man head WIP
06-13-05, 04:40 PM
I just recieve a couple of days ago my precious gnomon dvds and well here im trying to do what i learn from the dvds. Its a work in progress still but, he we go, i think its a big step ahead for me. C and C wellcome.
Older man head wip presentation_A_b.jpg
06-13-05, 09:32 PM
I very much like the fine details you put on the model. The material looks almost like clay.
Very cool :)
06-14-05, 02:16 AM
good work guy! :tu: it resembles some paintings made by Bacon..
06-14-05, 09:06 AM
looks really nice, can u tell me what kind of alphas are u using in projection master to add those wrinkles ?
thnx in advance
06-14-05, 11:45 AM
let it freak, im not using alphas, im using the deco brush and smoth tool in proyection master, thats way faster to make wrinkles, and thanks for ur comments all of you guys, ill be posting new updates soon.
06-15-05, 05:48 AM
an update of the actual face, i dont know really what to do to this head anymore, any sugestions?...apart from better ears... sugestions for a scene?
06-15-05, 01:05 PM
looking great!!! very cool...I would suggest add some more mass to the nose, old people ussually have large noses, pretty much at the end of the nose, other than that it really turned out good....e:)
06-19-05, 06:26 AM
here is an update of the older man, i thought of a scene in the wild west back in time, were american indians were free walking trough the bufalos. still need so much work but here an advance.
coments and critiques wellcome.
old human face_indian_small.jpg
06-19-05, 01:39 PM
well i think this is it, but im not really happy with it, i know its something lost or left behaind, any ideas?
old human face_indian_final_small.jpg
06-19-05, 04:06 PM
If you like to add more an you do not know what, let it rest for some time and pick it up later. I like the picture because it shows the uncomplicated freedom the indians had before the europeans took their land.... Maybe you can add some highbuildings and smog at the horizon.
Dark, I like the first plains picture better, as I like the lighting and color a lot. It's more soothing than the yellow BG. Either way, take that with a grain of salt, as we all have our preferences when it comes to color and design...:D
His expression of loss and sadness works just right. Very nice piece, Bro...:tu:
:tu: :tu: :tu: Really Really good! Nice work!
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