|8 Nov 2005|| Fabio Dakkar Gruppioni|
is a good job... but I don't like the use of Poser for pics... but it's surely a nice work...
|8 Nov 2005|| Glory|
omg...no comments!!! NO COMMENTS!!!
i think the world has gone madd....this piece is crazy! She looks so real and ...wait...holy crap, she has pores! lol
No really though, great job, this piece is beautiful and the features are very exotic (nice to see women drawn with unique features..ie her mouth, eyes, nose, cheek bones...)
|9 Nov 2005|| C. A. Drotar|
I like the skin texture ... and all the little details added on to make it look like actual flesh. It makes it realistic. An awesome job, really.
|13 Nov 2005|| Rachel Lawlor|
Oh wow. This is amazing. She looks so real. I am in awe O.O
|16 Nov 2005|| Tish|
Very stunning picture. she looks so life like. I can only wish.
|27 Dec 2005|| Berber Klaibeda|
She IS partly real, it's so easy to tell.. Look at parts of her face/hair/neck, those are real. The bits the artist added (the ears/the shoulders) are waaay lower quality. I can do the same thing with a real photo and photo shop. Just alter the colour and ad some other strange textures
|29 Dec 2005|| Hank Akins <artist@han...com>|
She is designed 100% in Poser with custom textures and bump maps, along with a set of lights I set up. What you see as lower quality is, in fact, the edges of the polygons of the 3d object known as Victoria 3, sold by Daz3d, and rather painstakingly morphed into this character. In this image, there is absolutely NO Photoshop postwork. Although I, too, could have easily done it the way you suggest, as I did teach Photoshop at Platt College. When you slam somebody who has been a professional artist for almost two decades, you should really know what you're talking about.
|6 Jul 2006|| Aja Mujinga Sherrard|
This is absolutley beautiful. I can tell it's computer work ( I don't know why, no matter how flawless you can still somehow tell) but, my god, she looks so real. It's a master work, I'm in awe.