Balancing Act [Star Wars] by chimera46 ()
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*If you'd like to see a 2560x2048 size version of this image, Giolon was kind enough to host it on his site, www.RadiantCG.com.
*If you'd like to see the test version of this image (no clothes), you can find it at Renderotica.
At the risk of showing too much purple in my gallery, I thought I'd post another view of my latest twi'lek character, with some more clothes this time. In fact, before I paired her up with a droid, I made this set to test out the character and texture.
It's a simple image but I think it came out ok. There's some excessive darkness in areas like the pits of the eyes that I believe comes from having AO nodes on the skin texture AND turning AO on one of the IBL lights. I've made a note to not make this same mistake in the future.
The top is a freebie by Aery Soul that I adjusted with the grouping tool to show off more cleavage. The back wall was pulled off of a vulcan ship model that's available at scifimeshes.com. The lekku here are by PhilC (still haven't fit Keith's new ones into a render yet). The hip cloth is from the "Destroyer" set over at Daz and the boots and leg coverings are by Yanelis3d.
[Comments are always welcome]
Image Comments (35)
As Vicky Vale said in the Burton version of Batman "I love purple!" Hehehe! Cool vulcan set- it looks kinda like a stage, perhaps she will be performing? I like what you have done to give her a different frame than the standard Daz characters- or at least the appearance of it, she seems to have a narrower upper torso- looks very cool! I think the AO looks great too- dont see any areas that look too dark to me.
I know you didn't like the way the eyes turned out, but keep those settings in mind for times when you want the eyes to look that way: it's very striking. I also like the shadow cast by the spotlight, but I'm puzzled by the lack of corresponding brightness on her face and head. Beautiful work. And as a dedicated Trek fan, I have to check out that Vulcan set! [grin]