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T'Pol for V4 mk03 (wip)

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The quest for a V4 incarnation of T'Pol from the series Star Trek: Enterprise, continues...

I wanted to show how she looks raw, so there's no postwork here, I made the composite by rendering the right side image, making it the poser background, changing camera and then rendering the facial closeup.

The skin texture is the same as last time (the one made by Porthos), I just used some different shaders and added a little AO to the lights (also by Porthos).

Since the mark 02 version I've put a body together for her mainly using Wyrmmaster's V3 Sexy Slayer magnets and a 0.200 setting on the v4 "definition" morph. I've also made the face a little thinner on the x-axis (as pre Cujoe Da Man's comments) and made the jaw a little wider to lessen the heart shape to her face.

There's still a catsuit texture to work on (though I think I got the basic fabric down) and there's that little bit on the back of the neck that's still giving me problems (likely from the neck magnet).

Any critiques/comments/suggestions are welcome. I should note though that I had reservations about making her this thin on the z-axis, but looking at some reference pics I'm not too far off, Jolene is/was a thin woman. Maybe it's a vulcan thing...

November 28, 2007
Science Fiction
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Nov 28, 2007 11:51:27 pm
Wonderful job!!!!!

by drifterlee Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 12:22:29 am
She's looking closer and closer...

While her lips should be full and pouty, her bottom lip is looking a little too square, and not quite enough thickness on the upper lip.

Finally, the bridge of her nose is flaring outwards a tad much. When I look at Jolene's face, the sides of the bridge of her nose are quite well defined, and not so much an even slope. It helps make her nostrils more defined.

If you need I can mark up this image for you where I see these problems.

In any case, she's looking very, very good. I like that cloth material!

by Giolon Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 12:41:54 am
Hope to see a more refined rendition, soon.

by RBlue Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 12:59:14 am
very good likeness to her

by countessa_jay Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 12:59:34 am
Excellent personnage!!!!!!!!!!

by Antonio57 Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 1:03:15 am
Great progress, I think Giolon's comments are applicable. Tough thing, nailing down the looks of a real person with a 3D mesh, but you are well on the way I would say!

by jdehaven Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 1:06:29 am
Awesome portrait of the best Vulcanian girl of ever! 5+++++ and favorite!

by DocMikeB Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 2:52:49 am
Oh she looks fantastic in her catsuit! Wonderfully done with this light!!!

by Gor111 Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 3:46:43 am
Looking very T'pol like now, yeah it's tricky to make a real Marlene took ages and still didn't look quite right !
Well done so far & ~Cheers~ :o)

by jif3d Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 4:51:36 am
She's looking terrific so far - can't wait to see how your work progresses!

by kbobbitt Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 6:47:13 am
She's looking pretty good, but the lower lip looks a little too big, or too wide.

by danamongden Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 7:41:54 am
You're almost there! Great work!

by GuabaMan Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 8:05:43 am
Well her mouth is perfect! but other than that she is very close to being complete, seems her eyes are a bit dark to me.

by Tavia3D Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 8:31:38 am
I can't even begin to try and replicate a character like you've endeavored on here, so all I can say is that she's definitely very close. I recently watched the series in marathon mode and realized that I've got absolutely nothing against a hot Vulcan girl and based purely on that, you've done a bang up job ;) Can't wait to see how she turns out!

by JCD Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 8:37:39 am
She's hard to do as you and I both know but you are getting there my friend! I really like her!!!

by cole4965 Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 10:43:37 am
WOW! awesome work dude!

one small thing i would change is her bottom lip, a bit more rounder is all but other then that WOW!

A+ 5

by krouser Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 3:56:39 pm
Excellent progress I can't really say anything about her facial features that hasn't already been said but it's still good and the body morph fits the actual pretty well.

by MajinBoo Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 4:05:58 pm
Awesome work!! Gotta give her a try out!

by shipmanjonathan Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 4:31:32 pm
You've almost nailed her, you got much closer than I did. Her body shape is spot on, I would thicken the top lip and narrow the bottom lip a very slight tad. All in all a terrific job - well done!

by Porthos Homepage »

Nov 29, 2007 5:49:27 pm
Beautiful character, excellent work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

by ontar1 Homepage »

Nov 30, 2007 1:05:14 am
Looks quite good to me. :)

by jwiest Homepage »

Nov 30, 2007 12:04:00 pm
Wonderful work on her my friend, you really put in the time it is clear to reach this goal.

by magnus073 Homepage »

Dec 1, 2007 12:15:20 pm
Excellent image!!

by Denys234 Homepage »

Dec 2, 2007 8:24:23 am
awesome character..... sweet pic :)

by meselfr Homepage »

Dec 2, 2007 8:45:09 pm
she is my favorite all time actress for the Star trek series. impressive realism and you really got her expression down

by Richardphotos Homepage »


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