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E v o k e n
07-12-04, 04:02 PM
Hi, still re-familiarizing myself to zbrush interface, materials in particular in this piece.
07-12-04, 04:06 PM
Real nice. I can feel the texture!
07-12-04, 04:15 PM
really nice... the texture and details on the trunk too! :)
07-12-04, 05:21 PM
:tu: muy evocador
Really nice Evoken! I like the way it looks as if some of the bark is gone. Very nice texturing and all.
Excellent materials, texture, composition and mood. I am getting to be a BIG fan of your work, Bro... :)
It's a nice change from character work...
07-12-04, 07:30 PM
I love the overall feel of this. But there are a few things that I think could really help this. Not that this isn't great, so don't change any of it. I would just add some fallen leaves, mushrooms, small brush, etc... Just to liven up the scene a bit. As it is now, it looks a bit flat.
I'm not knocking your work, so I hope you don't take it that way. I think it is a great piece, and you definitely have a style all your own.
07-12-04, 08:20 PM
Fantastic detail and color!
It just desires a touch of shadow and depth to sweeten it!
thank you for inspiring work!
Zbrush is definitely a wonder tool!
07-13-04, 01:43 AM
I always said that Zbrush is perfect for landscaping :cool: :tu:
nice one! :)
I agree with wchamlet and Continuumx; it could have a bit more depht. Maybe a slightly blur for the reddish part of the image could improve it further...
but thats just a minor issue.
07-13-04, 03:14 AM
Evoken can read my mind :tu: :tu: Yes, thatīs it...
ZB2.0 is THE THE tool :tu: :tu:
07-13-04, 12:06 PM
I like all your stuff. I'm curious to know if you are after a realistic or semi abstract effect. Or is it just as the mood and the work takes you?
E v o k e n
07-13-04, 05:44 PM
alfaeus, aztec..solja, jotajota, wenna : thanx all
dickie: i cant model worth beans so i kind of like to stay away from character work
w.c.hamlet : I hear ya bud, loud and clear, truth is i was too lazy to continue any further, but your inspiration got me over that hurdle. I cant seem to work on something more than 3 hours or i get bored. Plus i like starting fresh and new so i can learn more things faster. My original had mushrooms but i took thm out, they didnt seem right.
continuumx, marc: shadow and depth, ya i know, but the material i used doesnt like shadows and its hard to get a good clean shadow, how i want. zbrush is slowly becomeing an extension of my brain.
frenchy: the best organic modeler on the planet. Hands down.
abyssis: ah, welcome to the darkside young jedi
angstrom: id say im not really after any sort of look, i just go with the flow, constantly trying new things, like in the pic below, i like the frazetta look.
Learned alot about the deco brush in the process. fast becomeing my favorite 2d tool
I think this one is done....again.
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