You are handling the values just like Schumacher
handled his first childhood elevated semi conducted vehicle.
You are doing great and you are getting stronger.
Maybe her hair is looking a bit pasted on, cause of the
lack of shadow underneath.
Okay so it's Easter, got 3 weeks now until we start back again =) Nearly finished lighting on Undersea =)
Also gotta work on my last uni project, maybe a monster/gun/super chick or some shit =)
Here's some leaked Doom 4 screenies if you interested..
God I love that game =) Looking forward to Diablo 3 as well.. and guess what, it comes out on my birthday, WAAAAA! =)
Vritra - Aww man thx's =) Yip, 3d helps loads, it's only half the story though, knowing about lighting and shadow is just as important imho.
Haha, epic man, do you mind if I ask, what you thinking of doing after uni?
I'm doing Game Art and Animation, took animation for my first year, and that helped loads too =) Doing 3d art mostly now =)Still have a lot to learn tho,
tonnes of stuff I just don't know... =) Have a good weekend man =)
jablar - Sweet man, thx's a bunch =) Sure I'll work on abit more contrast there =) Thank you for the feedback =)
LtPlissken - Haha, thank you for the compliment man, Schumacher is a master though, I'm just a welp! =) Sure, will work on better shadow,
in this case the shadow would be very much to the left, I decided to leave it out a bit as it was distracting.. but I appreciate your feedback and
will improve on it in future pieces =)
I love a good wander through your book mate Its always interesting, The girls look great but I would have preferred them down the page rather than across the page because I'm lazy and hate scrolling around.
The underwater stuff is high class man pure and simple, the drop off for the light is spot on too I rather liked that.
I got a feeling that the female portrait in #1446 is
missing a bit of the top of her head, or the hair
is just a bit badly positioned? But as I said earlier,
you are getting better and better with values.
Undersea project is going nicely, I like the feeling
of the dark and murky deep sea. Maybe a bit too
dark and blurry as someone said above, but
generally it's pretty sweet. Right now I think
that you are way ahead in your 3D aspect
than in your 2D drawings and paintings.