Living the Dream by RGUS ()
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Dunno... not sure if I'm losing it or not... but I sure love mixing packs. Hey.. maybe that's the trick... are you listening...mix the packs.
I reckon the babe is a bird watcher, but she likes to take what she sees... will she ever look at me!!!
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Image Comments (59)
misstempest () 3:50AM | Thu, 26 August 2010
Wow this is beautiful! How do you create such beautiful pictures? I dont seem to have the talent you have.....:(
Sepiasiren () 3:56AM | Thu, 26 August 2010
the textures and colors here are simply sublime--love it!
npauling () 4:12AM | Thu, 26 August 2010
Beautiful colourings to really set her off so well. Excellent work.
Tea_Rex () 4:18AM | Thu, 26 August 2010
"... not sure if I'm losing it or not..." Hell no. Mixing it up is what keep life interesting. & On this stage it adds character to the characters. This is a wondrously wild look for her. I bet she could have convinced the last of the Mohicans to stick around. I luv' the lush green illumination. Very sweet! Terry
aRtBee () 4:25AM | Thu, 26 August 2010
I agree the figure is okay and the scene is mysteriously lit, so well done. One remark though (from my personal animators point of view): she wears her gear in an unpractical way. She will need her right hand to tear the bow from her body, so I guess she's a left-handed shooter which conforms with her breast-plating. But then she'll want to grab her arrows from the right, and I guess she would buckle her belts the other way around. Or everything in reverse, but in any case the arrows will be at the same side as the low end of the bow, and opposite to the breast-plate. All this enables more flexible movements too. I know, it will make the figure less symmetrical, but more realistic. To me it makes the difference between a fantasy character and a dressed up city girl. Sorry for the critique, but you're one of my favorites and the image is good enough for it. regards aRtBee - - - - - to Bee or to artBee
alexbutler () 4:27AM | Thu, 26 August 2010
Absolutely stunning work, mixing the packs is always a good thing...
Seaview123 () 5:38AM | Thu, 26 August 2010
Thanks for the advice, and it sure seems to work for you. How do you know which packs will look good together? Do you have to change any render settings to get them to look like they go together? Your lighting is always excellent, is that your trick? Tell us... Obi Wan!
debbielove () 7:09AM | Thu, 26 August 2010
Mix em up! Looks impressive to me.. Well done Deane.. Rob
Tholian () 7:38AM | Thu, 26 August 2010
"Will it Blend?" to corn a phrase. Seems to here. Interesting image.
fabiana () 8:03AM | Thu, 26 August 2010
You are not losing nothing. Is a fact, with no doubt, at least to me. Actually, it is always better, and is fantasy world so all is allowed and possible. You know what I mean, the mix it up is almost a trademark setted on NZ :)
lwperkins () 8:07AM | Thu, 26 August 2010
I love how you can have the most minimal background suggest a whole forest! This is an especially wonderful mix n match from you!
thecytron () 8:30AM | Thu, 26 August 2010
Woooooooooooooooooow! Very beautiful portrait! AmaZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzing ambiance lighting!
CrownPrince () 8:50AM | Thu, 26 August 2010
Mix the packs, mix the packs, mix the packs.... Ok i hear you. Now for me to try to do it! LOLOL! And like Seaview asked how do you know what packs will work good together? And what packs did you use in this?