This compositing thing you're doing is getting more and more intriguing, Ken! A wonderful work of imagination, with flawless execution! When art meets humour in such capable hands, the results are eye-opening! Thank you for the image and the inspiration.
Wow, soo real and a great story! THe texturing and coloring to combine with the picture is just amazing!
Great concept. *snicker*
I really like the way you think. Not only did you attempt the BW photo thing BUT a siamese twin joined at the skull.
Blown away once again. I always did think there was something about Bert & Ernie... wasn't sure what it was; now I know.
Here's a question, do you plan out your images with paper and pencil, or simply dive right in?
lol on that little story ken....i just want you to know that i cant stop laughing now ... great image ..
The great thing about ZB is that you can just jump in and start "sketching" in 3D. So, for the characters I usually do that with little more than a vague idea in mind. And if the final image is just a head floating in space, that's how it will go; no pre-planning.
But for images with more complex composition, I usually rough out the comp in Photoshop with an unfinished version of the model, just crudely drawing in other elements I might want.
For the images that use real world photos, I find the right background first (usually through a cheap, near-useless photo-cd collection)The image picked will dictate somewhat the final comp.
Disturbing, funny and excellent. The B&W photo look is extremely well done!
The direction of companion mind should cooperate with rescue at lighting of a red lamp,or a buzzer. Please give me connection from a nearly extraordinary telephone.
This is an amazing image. Strangely, when I fisrt saw this my thought was... hey, this would be a great "photo" for the "Weekly World News". It's so much better than the art in that paper, though. I would however get a kick out of the article.
Story, modeling, lights, texture, expressions, compositing...
absolutely fantastic. what a great idea and way to accomplish it and so on... kudoskudoskudos
you have a wonderful imagination
and a lot of talent....
huh? How do you jump in and sketch in 3D I dont get it?