that was rendered with just the zbrush software?
how did u get such a good drop off with the depth of field.
the depth of field bluring is what really makes this image feel real
pm me with the answer please.
Looking very good! Impressive SB!
I love the 2D work and your 3D work is very solid as well. I'm not to sure about the colours for the latest (3D goblin head) texture though. The greens seem to clash with the red/pink in it. It also seems to lack a bit of detail in the specular map. Nothing much to worry about though.
Just the right amount of subtle lighting in all of these makes them pop out so much more - It's great.
That simple and quiet one of the monster guy in the park especially gets me. It's not quite clear how it was made, which gets me to keep looking, and it's such a great contrast of a peaceful scene and something clearly dangerous that it's got a lot of interest to it. But at the same time it keeps that contrast subtle and doesn't take it to the point of being cutesy. Great work.
See also: "The Frogisis and the Sketchbook - A St. Patrick's Day Story"
Getting through the internet, one kitten video at a time.
transroboball: Thanks man.
kidult: Thanks man, yea, one day left, next time!
Mitchell: Thanks, and thanks for stoppin by
DanielC: Thanks, yea, havnt benn in like a year!!
anjin: Thank you!
Saturns Gate: Thanks and yea your right about the materials!
Toxdel: Hehe, thanks man
roidvoid: Thanks, sent you a pm.
roidvoid: Thanks! haha I have to admit I dont evn know what a specular map is I just poly painted the model and then hit best render and cut and paste a backgroun in in PS.
These are all just realy quick reffed land scapes, tryin to get my eye in with the colors and tones
hey man, just looked through your whole sketchbook, you got some amazing stuff here man. Your characters are really friggin cool and that zbrush stuff just blows me away. How long have you been using that program? did it take long to get used to?
Man, crazy 2d and 3d skills? landscapes and characters? Is there anything you CAN'T do?
Great work, I prefer your loose approaches than some of the tighter pieces i've seen in your previous posts. I absolutely love the latest landscape paintings! I'm a complete 3d-idiot, so i'll just say those models look amazing.
DanielC: Thanks for stopping by man
kidult: No problem man, my plan is to ammas enough fanbots to eventualy take over the world, so far its just you and me hehe. Oh and good point a bout the balance thing.
lennon: Thanks and good point!