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8th March 2008, 05:33 AM
Well, my first post ^^
Hello everyone, my name is Mila, i'm 21 and I live in austria.
1 year ago i started to get into the 3D world and now i'm addicted.
3D is future!
This is a render i made a few weeks ago in poser and rendered it in vue, little ps postwork with the ambient light. I call her Mina and her shoes must hurt SO much O_o
thanks for viewing!
8th March 2008, 05:55 AM
I like the colour. The only serious complain I have is that the human ankle just doesn't bend like that.
Less critical (and more of a personal taste thing) is the fact that the picture is a bit overloaded with the whole young male testosterone factor.
8th March 2008, 06:07 AM
Lol, I agree with Rigel. Just noticed your name under the 'users viewing this thread' list, figured you'd beat me to it... ;)
That ankle is just... how do I put it...? That's freakin' nasty. That's pretty much all I noticed really, I like the model, very well done! It's just that ankle... shouldn't bend like that... lol it makes my ankle hurt...! :P
8th March 2008, 10:19 PM
First off, welcome!
I'm going to give comment more from a how to improve the image and leave out personal tastes.
The coat or jacket is showing both segmentation and it's not following the body form very well. The place I notice it the most is near the shoulder but also along the back. The hair is perhaps a little stiff looking but that could be the fashion style you were looking for. Other than the extreme position on the ankle everything else looks pretty decent to me. The color works well and the skin looks good enough.
Hope that is helpful.
8th March 2008, 10:30 PM
Yowch! The ankle and maybe the had position look odd / wrong. The coat looks wrong like Bob Said... also there is a lack of credits :D
8th March 2008, 10:49 PM
Beautiful model and setup. Couple observations though.
Yea, the poor girl's ankle is completely broken. And going through her leg.
I'm also wondering why the clothing's reflective. Even if it's shiny, it wouldn't have such a good reflection.
I'm also thinking that it may be a good idea to extend the platform she's on so that it goes off both sides of the frame. I was staring at her coattail and wondering why it looked like it was going through the floor. And then I realized that there was no floor there.
And last but definitely not least. Due to the reflectivity of the floor, you can see where her girly bits should be. Probably want to do something about that :o
9th March 2008, 07:51 AM
Thank you very much for your comments!
I always wonder why some people look at this image so closely ;) many people mentioned the ankle-problem.
well, i took little time for this pic, but the most important thing for me is always, how an artwork makes me feel, which memories in me it awakes and not the details. i'm a very lazy person though :rolleyes: , so that's why i haven't finished this pic.
i think i'll leave it as it is and the next time i'll take much more time and follow your comments ;)
9th March 2008, 01:44 PM
Kudos on those shoes.
I would have raised the brightness/saturation on the char so she stands out more from the background or I would give the char's clothing colors that are complemts of the background colors but maybe thats a style thing.
Am curious about the comment
"i took little time for this pic, but the most important thing for me is always, how an artwork makes me feel, which memories in me it awakes and not the details."
I wonder about this, seen comments similar to this elsewhere and it also covers how I feel. At a certain point, I do not care about details.
Not trying to attack just wondering.
10th March 2008, 03:45 AM
also there is a lack of credits :D
You don't have to credit your own work.
11th March 2008, 06:13 AM
You don't have to credit your own work.
Admittedly it would help, though... ;)
I can see your point, it doesn't really matter whether you credit it here or not since it's fairly obvious that you've done it... I myself have only ever credited something once, and it's because I posted it on another forum.
PS: No, Craig, I don't follow you round and wait for you to post... honest! :P :nuts:
11th March 2008, 06:36 AM
I don't know if it is more crediting your work as in clarifying what items in your work you did or did not do but more crediting your work as in signing it like more artists do . . . .
Example, someone sees a bit of work and wants to know who the artist was . . .
Cyber art shows up in the darndest places, google indexes images all the time, do a galactica search and you will just see an image and not necessarily the forum it was posted on. Signing work is a good practice to get in to . . IMO we all should do it.
5th April 2008, 03:36 AM
That's way awesome looking. The lighting and or texture for the face gives it a dull look. You may wanna add some sub-surface scattering. I love that metallic shirt though- nice concept idea. The background looks nice- not sure if where the floor and wall meet if the bubbles should be more uniform or if this was just a strictly aesthetic choice, but the whole render has a catwalk of the year 2020 futuristic look.
3rd December 2008, 06:47 PM
Beautifully done. I love how balanced it all looks....but off kilter.
8th December 2008, 02:18 PM
Reminds me allot of some lounge music cd
13th December 2008, 06:10 PM
left foot looks weird, but the rest looks excellent