I'll post my WIP's in the thread soon. Yesterday I'd planned to spend this morning working on it, but when I woke up, it couldn't have been snowier outside. I am working, but I keep glancing out the window like a kid waiting for class to end. I don't think I can stay inside much longer :]
Great stuff, your robin hood was one of my favorites. The 3D models like very good, specially that red knight that has a great design. The low poly model was also very impressive, it's difficult to work wich such a low polycount as they use in games. I noticed though that the render was not that great. Maybe you should put some light opposite to the main one (a blue one for example) to avoid that harsh shadow, even if it's a preview, it takes so little to render and it adds so much to the pictures, it really helps selling the model. For the shinny parts I noticed a weird texture, maybe you could try putting a HDRI image, again, it renders quite fast.
Yeah, I must've appeared a bit lazy of late! In truth, I've just been spending the free-time with traditional painting and organising another entry for an April exhibition. Oh, but I did complete a wedding present for some close friends and can post it now (as they opened it this weekend). They were quite chuffed I think, and I was mighty relieved that the response was good!
So... not exactly new - as this piece's been keeping me busy on-and-off since November (what with organising the drying time of oil paint). Is still my favourite medium and I'm midway through another painting which I shall photograph tonight and post up progress.
Too right - bit of a load off, plus delivering it freed up some much-needed studio space. Started blocking in another piece which I'll chip away at whilst another portrait is drying. I was too eager to get stuck in so I rushed the underpainting stage. There's no deadline for this one, so I'll just keep building on it methinks and keep the brushwork quite 'choppy'. (sorry for the crap photo).