Death's Embrace -- For chrislenn by Danava ()
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Anyone need a hug?
Ok Chris, I stayed up all night and finished this as per our challenge agreement. I certianly wasn't going to find the time tomorrow! =)
I used a Vampire texture in the free section here, along with a free set from D&M Productions. This was also my 1st time in the cloth room, so that was fun... Thanks for looking.
Image Comments (7)
chrislenn () 8:11PM | Fri, 31 December 2004
attempt two lol: I am totally shocked by the lack of comments here :o( the POV is awesome and lighting is brilliant. I have only done dynamic clothing in the cloth room and that isn't easy so what you have done with that sheet is excellent :o) A challenge well met but I think I will pass on the hug lol from her anyway I like my neck just how it is :o) have a wonderful new year Chris :o)
tony_br22 () 9:54PM | Fri, 31 December 2004
hello, splendid artwork .. happy new year :-) regards ~Tony
hoskins78 () 1:55PM | Fri, 07 January 2005
Whenever I tried doing dynamic cloth like this it always ended up in a heap on the floor LOL! So well done - you kept it on the table! ;o) Dont know what your challenge was lol but I love the composition of this image and the textures of her skin and that stone are awesome! Well done - and am also suprised by lack of comments!
MOOOW () 2:21PM | Wed, 19 January 2005
Fantastic artwork with excellent composition ,expression and lighting are amazing!!!!!!!VOTE
Olivier () 6:20PM | Sun, 30 January 2005
The problem here comes from the scene lighting and the lightness of the body. The girl should be much more dark at the center of the altar as the candle lights hardly reach this zone. This will contribute to the integration of your character in the scene, enhancing its force. Use an anisotropic shader on the clothe, you'll get an interresting silk or satin look and the little highlights will give it more volume. The inner parts of the arm and her face should not be so enlightened still considering your light sources: the four candles...