Inspired by the beautiful movie "Wolfs Pact".
Thanks to the wonderful BAR-CODE I was able to finally bring this thing to life!!!! He made the sleeve-cuffs, without them the whole thing would have turned into a ridiculous attempt.
THANKS SO MUCH, CHRIS!!!!!!!!
The fur is made in Carrara and I think it turned out well. I love Carrara so much, now all we need is dynamic cloth....and it would be perfect.
Thanks to shader-ops I could put some red velvet on her dress.
The whole render-time for this image was about 13 hours and I put some minor postwork on it, to get rid of the heavy saturation. Unfortunately I had to reduce the image-quality a lot to meet the max file-size of 512kB... duuuh! So please bear with me if this disturbs you.
What do you think? I'd love to hear from you :o)
Thanks for taking the time to have a look at my work, it's highly appreciated.
Hoist the colours high!
Sep 3, 2010 2:57:46 pmby Genma Homepage »
Looks great Saskia. The fur and velvet textures both are spot on. They look like they'd be really soft to the touch. I love the lighting on this one. You really did a good job on getting it to feel like diffused sunlight, and the dappled shadows on the young lady's dress really add to the realism of the whole. I also like the "atmosphere" of the image, as in the slightly hazy feel that the background has. I'd love to see the full resolution of the image as I can only imagine what got lost to compression (never a fun thing to have to deal with). This one's really impressive Sassy, very well done!
Dec 12, 2010 6:34:49 pmby Madbat Homepage »
If Cararra ever got dynamic cloth (like they promised) I'd shamelessly squeal like a school girl! I really like the fur trim, I keep meaning to do more of that, but the muse in charge of furry things is currently hung over from a party in an alley with 16 cats, 4 squirrels, and a shitzu.
Never mind the fur, the setting looks awesome! I love all the leafy ground cover goodness!
Jan 2, 2011 2:01:23 pmby DustRider Homepage »
Great image ... and GREAT Gallery!! You were doing very very well with Poser, but I think you work got much better after you started using Carrara. It's hard to pick a farvorite image in your Gallery, each one has it's own unique qualities that I like, but this is one of my favorites. Keep up the great work!!!