Really sir......Top row for me!!!!
P.S. In case there is any doubt. I love it
P.P.S....How DID you get the transparency on the spoon swipe? I need to know!
Last edited by carver; 10-30-11 at 09:41 PM.
Love the expression in the girls face. From the rest of this thread I didnt expect your entry to turn out this way, it turned out greater than expected.
"It's never too late to learn a new skill" - Lex Luthor
I could tell you knew what you were doing because of the precision in the little items but this is fantastic and I do not like you anymore! I am jealous. Great work and idea. Thanks for the progress and breakdown.
Thank you everyone. You're very kind.
Carver, there are two places to look in ZBrush to make transparency work. Obviously, Render/RenderPropertiesTransparency needs to be activated, and the BPR render transparency strength needs to be set, but on top of this you have to turn on BPR Transparent in Tool/DisplayProperties/BPR Transparent, or nothing works. This took me forever to find!!
Top notch job Rory, love humtys expression, can't believe how much you got done since the last time I checked in here, awesome work
Beautifully done. I read today in the new that the Prince had his shoelaces ironed. Maybe Humpty does that too?
This picture has a great feel to it. I'd love to see you do all the character from "Alice". You have the knack!
ops thought I left a message here, but I must have had it in another tab that closed.. Great work!! Completely unexpected twist, but cool
The scariest part of this competition was discovering I might have missed the deadline after all! Thank you Guti for the alert!
Here's a pic of Alice. As you might be able to tell, I concentrated on the front and neglected the parts of her that weren't seen by the camera.
The hair was made using Move and SnakeHook on a DynaMeshed copy of her head, using ZProject to blend the hairline back into the head. I applied Inflate to the root of each hair strand to make them look less like pulled taffy. A modified Slash Brush gave me the hair strands modelling.
Really nice, love it...
Here's a Humpty close-up and a hair tutorial.
The raised yellow design on the egg cup and saucer was done using the CurveEditable brush, which is a wonderful new toy!