Feeling a bit museless (is that even a word?) so here is just a quick one of Daphne.
She's lit by a single spotlight - hence the title.
Jan 11, 2013 11:25:14 amby Cyberdene Homepage »
Did you intend for it to be that dark? See looking at this render just reminded me of a time when I did this in a scene. I usually mark renders off like this as negative when I make them that dark. There are some noticeable flaws in this render though if you didn't notice them. For instance on her let arm there are visible ripply lines. I know for a fact I have A LOT of renders I placed in my "bad render" folder of renders that have those lines on characters when their not suppose to be there. This occurs when the lights are set on a certain part of a figures body. If you look real close on her arm you can see it. But again I don't know if you did this intentionally or didn't notice it. Either way its a great render. And I suppose tonight when its dark in my living room I will walk in there to see if its possible to see my feet or the carpet.
Jan 11, 2013 2:28:20 pmby SidheRoseGraphics Homepage »
"The light shines clear through the sodium haze. The night draws near and the daylight fades. There's a voice in the distance quiet and clear saying something that I never, ever wanted to hear..." You know this? I'm betting you do ;) And what is it saying? "I'm museless!" Hmmmm, she'll be back.
Nicely done with the one light and that is not easy to do. Love her pose Alex!
Jan 11, 2013 10:24:51 pmby renecyberdoc Homepage »
lol @ cyberdene,i did not even see the arm i was concentrated on a different part of her body muhahaha and i got stuck.lol.
and compared to some other great artists here i could stuck all my renders in the bad render folder hehehe.i dont pay so much attention on high technical details.i want to bring over a smile ,a message,a social uproar etc.
this afternoon i was running with some big mutha guns in a barbie house game,barbie did not liked it very much (wink)