Liz

By Maximilian - Gordon Vogt

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Date Added: 19th April 2010
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Liz is the second character of my VFS modeling Demoreel.

I modeled the hardsurface parts in XSI. The body was sculpted in Zbursh and later retopologized in XSI. The skintexture is painted in zbrush. For texturing of the hardsurface parts I used layered shaders, bodypaint and photoshop. Everything was rendered with mental ray and composed in nuke.
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Ojan on Sun, 16 January 2011 8:54am
well nice work man>>>
greta stuff
Rhythem02 (Forums)
Rhythem02 (Forums) on Sun, 02 May 2010 4:15pm
Please show some wires.
MStandar (Forums)
MStandar (Forums) on Sun, 02 May 2010 12:23pm
well it think that the things i can comment on already have been said, modeling and texturing wise i like good.
Spindraft (Forums)
Spindraft (Forums) on Wed, 28 April 2010 8:12pm
Saw her over at Z along w/ the other guy & all the weapon work, really cool. The main thing on her that sticks out for me though is the spec on her abdomen. Even if she's supposed to be kinda wet I still think it could stand to get broken up some.Also, I didn't really pick up on it until invenio mentioned it, but I agree the sleeves could use some finessing, especially on her right arm.
NinthJake (Forums)
NinthJake (Forums) on Wed, 28 April 2010 7:19pm
I just picked up one more thing.The scarf thingy she has around her neck suggests that there is a fairly strong wind blowing to the left but neither the hair nor the smoke from the cigar is following this example.Just a small note that you might want to consider in the future ;)
Inveni0 (Forums)
Inveni0 (Forums) on Wed, 28 April 2010 7:12pm
The jacket seems way too rigid. It really ruins it for me.
Maxtx (Forums)
Maxtx (Forums) on Wed, 28 April 2010 4:31pm
Great work, 5 stars!!!!! Amazing!!!
Zelenkov (Forums)
Zelenkov (Forums) on Wed, 28 April 2010 3:04am
Beautiful character! Top row stuff. :)
Arthurduque (Forums)
Arthurduque (Forums) on Tue, 27 April 2010 9:08pm
ohaohao!! this really gret!congrats!
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Gordon-v (Forums) on Fri, 23 April 2010 2:07pm
Thanks a lot guys! You are right about the tattoos, they are a bit to crisp!
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Shadowseve (Forums) on Tue, 20 April 2010 11:19pm
Great work. only couple of things that I could comment on, and this is just my own taste coming in, is the tattoos are too perfect as mentioned, and I think the skin is just a touch too glossy, even for her being sweaty. Other than that great pose, good job.
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Aasm271 (Forums) on Tue, 20 April 2010 11:13pm
must pick up jaw from floor because is so beautiful. :)
Chunkymunky (Forums)
Chunkymunky (Forums) on Mon, 19 April 2010 4:54pm
Sweet model, great texture work and really nicely sculpted sections :)
NinthJake (Forums)
NinthJake (Forums) on Mon, 19 April 2010 3:22pm
The tattoo is a little bit too perfect. You never get such a clear tattoo even when it is brand new. Everything else is ace though :)
Moises Gomes (Forums)
Moises Gomes (Forums) on Mon, 19 April 2010 3:52am
Great Work ... congratulations !!!
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