Balance by Blackhearted ()
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B&W figure study.
Anastasia, a screw-stool I modeled for the pose, and a few pokes with the morphing brush to flex some muscles. Lighting is a single spotlight.
Image Comments (52)
esper8 () 7:06PM | Sun, 08 January 2012
Damn! You aught to put this image on a photography gallery (without stating it's 3d render) I'd bet no-one would be able to tell it wasn't the real thing.
Winterclaw () 8:01PM | Sun, 08 January 2012
Very nice image all around. I love how you posed her. I'd be interested in seeing a color version, but I suppose that isn't necessary. Which hair is that BTW?
RodS () Online Now! 8:09PM | Sun, 08 January 2012
This is just beyond words! Oh, if I could have found a model like this when I was shooting.... Wow! That's ok - I have this one now, and she's never late for a shoot! The black & white suits this to a tee - the light/shadow is just perfect. A magnificent work of art with your beautiful Anastasia!
Blackhearted () 8:23PM | Sun, 08 January 2012
"Which hair is that BTW?" its the Alanis hair by fabiana, with a custom morph.
rebelmommy () 8:33PM | Sun, 08 January 2012
I love it! Did you really model for the pose? LOL I would love to see that Gabe! LOL In all seriousness she is stunning and I hope she has killer sales!
jaydee_007 () 8:46PM | Sun, 08 January 2012
Excelence in Rendering! This puts the that bar quite a bit up there for the rest of us. A real feeling of Scerenety with this. Exceptionally Well Done.
DrCarl () 9:46PM | Sun, 08 January 2012
the lines of definition are all perfect...giving her a very powerful feel...the simple light framing her beautifully... very realistic and clever render
brynna () 10:20PM | Sun, 08 January 2012
Very realistic - at first I thought it was one of your photographs. Excellent work!
Karth () Online Now! 11:13PM | Sun, 08 January 2012
Its unbelievable what you did with our poor Alysong WTG !!
udgang99 () 2:27AM | Mon, 09 January 2012
THAT is amazing!!! If it wasn't for the screw-stool (which looks a little artificial), I would have gussed it was a photo!!! Amazing muscle flex!!! Good, good job!!!
mylemonblue () 2:54AM | Mon, 09 January 2012
I don't comment here often but I have to on this one. It's extremely inspiring. I love this image and just made it one of my favorites. The lighting, her skin texture, that amazing shape of her's and even her pose looks right with no evidence of mesh kinks or things that give away she's not real. Thank you for sharing an inspiring image and character both!
kathym () 8:39AM | Mon, 09 January 2012
This is terrific! Makes me ask V4/V5 who? LOL - keep up the great work cannot wait to see what you come up with next!
PsychoNaut () 11:21AM | Mon, 09 January 2012
Man wow... Mind blown. I'm gonna go try to do this with my own body... but I won't look that good :D
rozdarville () 12:33PM | Mon, 09 January 2012
Agree with all of the above. The definition, composition and lighting are all very precise and extremely atmospheric. A sure favourite. Thank you.
FrankT () Online Now! 2:25PM | Mon, 09 January 2012
Damn that's good. I'd kill to take a photo like that let alone a render.
corinthianscori () 2:50PM | Mon, 09 January 2012
Spectacular in its simplicity. Well done and well received. Muscles are flexed well, and form is balanced with the "Y" line for this kind of pose. Grand design.