New render of young girl
New render of young girl
Maybe, lot more technics exist in Ps. Some are simpler and better. Lot of possible processes, many ways to skin a cut.Why "obviously" ? There actually is a technique to do it using PS
Everything starts from an interesting render. If there isn't, nothing can save you.
Among the most interesting methods is to overlay a noisy texture. This, sometimes may create a global illumination effect.
Please, avoid this copper like default shader. I had a lot of trouble with it in the past. It won't work well with new zb releases, you can clearly see the problem on shadow casting.
Try my 2 nodes shaders, edit them as you like. Or, Julian K's three nodes ones. You have to set environment shades for every node but it's more friendlier to zbr4r2 or r2b.
[Try my 2 nodes shaders, edit them as you like. Or, Julian K's three nodes ones. You have to set environment shades for every node but it's more friendlier to zbr4r2 or r2b.[/QUOTE]
How or were do I download them, so I can try it?
Last edited by nicksc; 01-30-12 at 01:34 PM.
@nicksc Thanks for offering to help. After doing some searching I more understanding of how this works. For anyone who is looking for the same info, there is a short tutorial on how to do it with amazing results. I didn't try creating my own material, but
tried michalis matcap.
Adamx I did some adjustments on you model in PS. Take a look. Thanks for your input.
Zbrush and Sculptris work differently as far as color. In Zbrush you are applying the color to the model's geometry, In Sculptris you apply the color to the models UV texture which is a flat image. Much of the same results can be achieved in both, but going about it is completely different. For Sculptris I'd try building a Material that has some of the color, then go into Paint mode and paint the model the rest of the color ..........
Yes, Very nice effect Nicksc .....
Lion door knocker rendering. I will added a wood texture that I embossed as my background. Not a bpr render.
Last edited by nicksc; 02-01-12 at 05:31 PM.
Same eyes of those of the girl, kind of a signature, isn't it?
Serek, Hopfuly that's a good thing.
Yes, it is. I haven't find my standard way or style of doing eyes yet. I tend to improvise each time.
Great job with the door knocker, are you thinking of ever print it or it's just a 3d modeling project?
I would like to wax print it so I can cast it in bronze, using the Lost wax cast process
Wanted to practice on my creative sculpting. What do you think. Did this fairly quick.
Last edited by nicksc; 02-03-12 at 07:22 AM.
Nice work with that lion door knocker, i really like it.
About the dog did you use any reference? That's a nice little snout btw, I wouldn't mess with it.
Thanks hi2all, yes I Googled growling dogs. Also I updated the ears.
Girl looks sweet. About dog, it could use more wrinkles and eye cavity seems bit big. I prefer your traditional art overall.