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petes
Member Since Aug 27, 2001
39 Images, Last upload Oct 20, 2011

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Being this is my first 3D piece, It was a learning experience. That being said I want to thank all the you guys for your help. Especialy Miss Nancy for her Poser import help as well as my friend list!; )

The scene was created and rendered in Carrara. The model is DAZ's Victoria for Poser. Some post redering work in Photoshop.
I love the control Carrara gave me with the lights to create a mood. However importing the figure into Carrara left alot to be desired as far as hair and eyes go. I ended up matching the pose and light as close as possible in Poser then placing the poser head over the Carrar image in photoshop.
I'd love to hear any comments. Thanks again!
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September 17, 2001
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Carrara/RDS
Genre
Fantasy
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92 kB
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Sep 17, 2001 9:24:53 pm
Bub, if this is your first piece, then I might as well pack it up. You're good :) Nice job!

by Carnifex Homepage »

Sep 17, 2001 9:54:50 pm
Thank you so much for the nice words. It's nice to get some feedback. With all the talent on this site, it gets intimidating. And, by the way, I checked out your gallery, you have some INCREDIBLE stuff in there. A compliment from someone like yourself is a real compliment! Thanks again!

by petes Homepage »

Sep 17, 2001 10:00:23 pm
Beautiful work!!, there is an excellent disposition of lights that gives him a great atmosphere.

by RodolfoCiminelli Homepage »

Sep 17, 2001 11:34:47 pm
I'm not sure whether ro be frightened by her or turned on. Great image and a really seductive pose.

by Angel Michael Homepage »

Sep 17, 2001 11:47:44 pm
love the skewed angle and the lighting. Did an excellent job masking that head in place. Keep it up.

by KattMan Homepage »

Sep 18, 2001 2:41:19 am
Petes it looks fantastic, there is only one tiny flaw: it is too small :)
Could/would you repost it in a bigger format?

by Azatoth Online Now!   Homepage »

Sep 18, 2001 4:54:26 am
That's right. It deserveres more space than this stamp size.

by cyberjuice Homepage »

Sep 18, 2001 7:34:26 am
Really great work - the lights, the atmosphere, angle.....just an overall nice composition. And it's your first? Wow!

by Heart'Song Homepage »

Sep 18, 2001 10:44:01 am
Excellent stuff! - If this is your first then I can see we have plenty to look forward to! the probs you had importing poser are the same for importing into bryce. - the eyes have an extra surface that give a nice shine in poser, but come thru opaque in bryce - you just have to make 'em transparent again. Just a tip for next time!

by Curio Homepage »

Sep 18, 2001 1:10:00 pm
Excellent first 3D image, Pete, wow ! The lightning, composition, colors ... i like :) ! I knew you were going to make great stuff in CGI with the artistic background you got . So keep up the good work !
Hum, by the way, me it's "litst", not "list" ;)

by litst Homepage »

Sep 18, 2001 3:00:24 pm
Very slick image. Natural looking pose. Kudos!

by Cybermonk Homepage »

Sep 18, 2001 5:27:06 pm
Oh man, does this ever deserve a 10! Wonderful realism and a great fantasy picture at the same time. I agree about the need for bigger size, and look forward to more visions from you. I used to try this kind of bold lighting when I started Poser to hide limits of my work and crude textures of those times. I stopped when afraid it would hide greatly improved P4 detailing. Now I might go back to it! Looks exquisite here. If you get any more skilled, we're doomed. :-)

by Talos Homepage »

Sep 18, 2001 9:06:36 pm
Thanks so much for the great feedback! You guys are so supportive!
Azatoth and cyberjuice: I updated a larger piece. Hope it's not too big!
Curio: thanks for the heads up, started getting into Bryce today. I hope it compliments Carrara. I may call on you some day for help: )
Talos, katman and of course, my friend from the land of wormy cheese, "litst": Thanks again for the high marks!

by petes Homepage »

Sep 18, 2001 9:22:40 pm
Well your off to a mighty fine start. The lighting is very, very good. Can't wait to see more of your 3d efforts.

by brschmidt Homepage »

Sep 25, 2001 7:57:24 pm
Wonderful wonderful work. What more can I say...

by LOGO Homepage »

Oct 10, 2001 9:01:10 am
Looks great, Keep up the good work!!

by muttley Homepage »

Dec 7, 2001 2:32:00 pm
Technical accomplishments aside...I don't quite see how much guarding (or rather, defending) she could do, naked and carying only a whip... ;)

by Jace Homepage »

Dec 30, 2001 3:56:06 pm
The way the weights of her body pose command attention out of the props and clutter prepares the mind for the tunnel behind.

by tallpindo Homepage »

Feb 25, 2003 7:12:51 pm
you've done a wonderful job. Nice to see someone try to tackle a Poser render in Carrara, t'aint no easy feat. Hint - use eye props. Only V3 has decent eyes that render well in Carrara. The rest... suck! I have figured out the hair shaders too, you can get good transparency on hair in Carrara. The biggest problem is that the figures are usually too small when imported from Poser, and have to be imported larger for the transparency to work right. I guess one of these days, I'll work up a tutorial for it (so you don't have to use Grouper). :)

by bijouchat Homepage »

Jul 25, 2003 12:14:59 am
Excellent character and lights, special the soft mood in overall scene

by isulaelu Homepage »

Oct 18, 2004 7:11:54 am
The pose and the lighting are excellent. Great job!

by Turin_Returns Homepage »

Apr 20, 2005 8:46:52 am
What settings did you use?
e.g
How many lights/which kind?
Global illumination settings? (photon count etc..)

Very nice work, First piece? Thats astonishing!

by leecant Homepage »

Apr 17, 2008 8:22:44 am
Amazing work, beautifully done---the lighting, pose and background are breathtaking...guess I ought to pack my toys up and go home, too. :D

by gypsyangel Homepage »

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