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Mcoivy 09-17-2006 11:52 AM

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hello everybody!
cool a gnomon workshop forum.! thanx alex you're the man!
here's my latest work following the gnomon amazing dvd's.
hope you like it!

poorapagal 09-20-2006 03:15 AM

lovely :) looks great . can't wait for my alex DVD now..

Abishai 10-06-2006 13:35 PM

Looking nice

King Mango 10-18-2006 09:43 AM

That is very good. Which DVD is that following?

maugeemilio 11-03-2006 09:57 AM

How Did You Do That. She Looks Like A Real Person. Great Job.

Mcoivy 11-21-2006 03:02 AM


Originally Posted by maugeemilio (Post 769)
How Did You Do That. She Looks Like A Real Person. Great Job.

Thank you guys!
ok is very simple..
sss skin shader with color, bump and specular channel using photographic reference.
render mental ray no GI no FG.


mike0006 11-26-2006 21:07 PM

Wow, just a little testament onto the quality of Gnomon training. Anyways, I think the shader looks awesome. I'm not sure how you achieved this (or if you meant too) but, to me, it looks like there's peach fuzz around the breasts and arm pit. Very cool.

There's a few minor things that poke out at me.

1. The pectoral muscles look weird where they connect into the shoulders. Check out some anatomy books for artists and I think you'll see what I mean.

2. The nipples are pretty hard. Which is fine but generally when your nipples harden you get goose bumps in your areola. (sp?)

3. The skin color looks a little splotchy. Very minor. I'm not sure what's causing this. My guess would be that you pasted different skin samples into your texture and during the color corrections, they didn't match up just right.

Res_Com_3D 12-29-2006 09:29 AM

Nice Job! Should there be more SSS applied to the skin, showing the skin a tiny bit see-through on the very edges? Just curious. Nice Model though!

correia 01-01-2007 05:49 AM

Grate shader Mcoivy, really like it .

the only thing that look strange is shoulder breast connection like mike0006 said.

anyway keep the good work =)

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