Nyx says 'Hi'!
...actually I do...
my name is Marko, I am 29 yrs old, and Im a 2D/3D Artist from Hamburg, Germany. Although I have been following the website for quite a while, I never posted anything. After completing my last project I decided to share it with you, and become more active, since this seems like a nice place to be
I would like to present Nyx to you. She has been created for a Browser Game I work on, called 'DarkOrbit' (Bigpoint). Nyx is a neutral Questgiver, guiding and helping the player throughout the game.
The basemesh and unwrapp I did in 3DsMax, and brought everything to ZBrush, where I did most of the job. I have sculpted her Hair first, but then decided to try it out with Fibermesh, which gave me a headache in the beginning.
After setting up Lightcap, I made a few renderings and composed them in PS. Very little overpainting was done on the hair, eye and lip.
I hope you like her.
Last but not least, I want to thank you for all the great help, tutorials, tips & tricks I have got from this great community.
Last edited by ActionM; 07-17-12 at 10:19 AM.
Fantastic Job Love the hair, looks very natural.
Excellent job! Very well done, especially the face and hair.
"Knowing is not enough, we must apply. Willing is not enough, we must do."
- Bruce Lee -
I accidently removed the first image. Its back now
I did sculpt her Hair first, but then I stumbled upon 'Fibermesh'. Since I was new to R3 and Fibermesh, I had some problems in the beginning handling the Hair and bringing it in the right shape. Feel and usage of the Tools was new, so I had to play around and watch tutorials to get an understanding.
My focus was on her face and hair, although I wasnt disregarding the rest of the body. She was needed in high-res for marketing purposes. I got tons of feedback from all sides, which was contrary in many cases. Especially about her cleavage. I worked very close with my Concept Artist Young-Il Shim. We figured that its necessary to filter out personal taste (from others) and keep a focus. I think it works
I can post some more shots and closeups.
Im glad you like the way she turned out.