really ammazing cartoons!! congrats
Your rendering is fantastic! Very clean work!
"Can you imagine what I would do if I could do all I can?"
Sun Tzu "The Art of War"
Sweet !! I love your cartoony stuff, definitely the frog !!!
Happy ZBrushing! Greetings, Dominiek.
My sketchbook : http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthread.php?165152-My-stuff
Glad everyone seems to like these more cartoony characters! I hope I get more work like this in the future.
Been back to working on that Nun again. Here's a render in it's present state. I would say it's final, but I see some things that I may tweak again at a later date. I'm picky like that.
This was modeled in ZBrush4 and rendered in ZBrush 4R2 using the new LightCap and BPR systems plus about an hour of Photoshop postwork. The only things not ZBrush are the white door on the left and the back wall. Way to go Pixo for coming up with such a brilliant way to render!
EDIT: I brightened up the image a bit. Seems that my monitor at home makes the image look brighter than what it really is...
Last edited by KrakenCMT; 10-05-11 at 10:04 AM. Reason: Original too dark, brightening up image a bit
That is super cool !!! Nice work !!
Love the way you have captured and projected outward an inner emotion in this image of the nun...Lots of great detail throughout the entire image, but you have managed to keep it secondary in a great way, and have kept the focus on that inner emotion being projected outward..Outstanding example of the use of the focal point principle..
It's looking good! Good job on the fabrics. I like the soft lighting, too.
"An artist never really finishes his work, he merely abandons it."
As always, very talented and artfull work.
Five stars and top row.
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Thanks guys! Here's a detail shot of the face and a clearer pic of the main models. When I get more time, Ill upload the raw render from ZBrush and the Photoshop postwork layers.
nice work i really love the detailing part on the cloth.please share your process detailing on the cloths