Shadowkath (Forums) on Wed, 06 October 2010 3:51pm
Nice work, he's ugly, but cool ugly.. I like it.
Silok (Forums) on Wed, 06 October 2010 6:40am
Brillant work here, my only critic is this red glow line on is head.VrayGuide, i think this is blood, he seem to bite himself;)
Grafik (Forums) on Tue, 05 October 2010 6:18pm
I_AM_DAVE_COX (Forums) on Tue, 05 October 2010 4:23pm
Wow he looks awesome!
Mohammadyashar (Forums) on Tue, 05 October 2010 4:07pm
:eek:woooow... REALLY NICE...I think his horrible eyes are the keys to our soul. :haha:looks like David Draiman... not?... :dunno:dunno but that was my feeling at first look...:smug:
Dan on Sun, 03 October 2010 2:20pm
Cheers, Although this was the correct chroma for my scene if its not right then my renderer lies as the distance is correct for that amount of blur and the bokeh lens shader amount works off a map I like the way it looked may not be physically correct to have the red blue and green tri colour map but as artist why not use it for the image instead of solely trying to recreate photos. Look at the holga camera it but all sorts of cool effects onto images, aint gunna be everyone
VRayGuide (Forums) on Tue, 28 September 2010 3:57am
Really nice detailed modeling! face expressions working very well...However the background looks blurry and weird..The small windows bring sort of disproportion...Chromatic aberration is very strong specially on the ears and the coat..you shouldn't see red lines...supposed to be for the feeling not for the look..and by the way it's not the proper place where chromatic aberration should appear..I mean this phenomenon happens in places where the light comes in extreme conjunction with objects..However the glow on keys works really fine in my taste.Grate modeling and facial expressions..but don't know what that he got in his teeth? Anyway love the work! Thumbs UP :)
Angelababy (Forums) on Tue, 28 September 2010 3:26am
Very impressive work! Well done.
Anthony on Sun, 26 September 2010 11:18am
Hey Dan, this is amazing. I'm an animator but I'm interested in trying to create a few stills that look like paintings....done in 3D. I was just wondering if you'd be willing to explain how this started (maybe a rough sketch?) and how it evolved into this....I need a system to follow to get to this point...and once I have that down, I'll be able to branch off and come up with my own methods. I'd truly appreciate 5 mins of your time for help on getting started....thanks a lot.
Marco Splash Plouffe on Fri, 10 September 2010 3:07pm
Hey I remember this from the beta! Nicely evolved!
Fthem on Wed, 08 September 2010 3:08am
Incredible dude!!! keep it up! F the haters!
Reza Hatami on Tue, 07 September 2010 10:18pm
hi Dan Crossland
very nice but very very terrible .
I`m amateur.please help me for zbrush learning.
Wherner on Mon, 06 September 2010 12:20am
Eyes kinda look pasted on. Perhaps because the light source is behind him, and foreground light should be diffuse enough to allow a downward casting shadow, down the temple and bridge. In the shape of a crucifix even.