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  1. #1
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    The Scout

    The female's head was sculpted in Sculptris, then textured in 3DCoat & rendered in Vue Studio 8. The image was then brought into ArtRage Studio Pro ver 3 where the background, clothing, spear, nose ring, hair, shoulders were painted....as well as further detailing of the head...

    Cheers

    Ken
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    Nice one! Remind me not to say anything to annoy her... Al

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    Wow!!! This image found it's way through 4 different programs. Any reason why you did not just draw it in AR?

    I agree with Alkatratzer, I don't want to say anything that might make her angry.

    Lot of detail, looks good.

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    Just wanted to play with 3D modeling using Sculptris and 3DCoat....

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    Details - super!
    But you have spoilt this woman

    Where is light?
    Why the left elbow (from the character) is lowered?
    - Try SO to take a spear

    It is a portrait? - That it expresses?
    It is a landscape? - That on a background?
    etc........
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    Great scary portrait with lots of detail. Like comments above I wonder if working your way through 3D programs is the way to go. A good way to work may be to design the head in 3D then use that as a general reference image. I think painting over a 3D render never really works well as the painted lines don't mesh well into the computer generated perfect shapes. Also, I've played with 3D myself at lot and I think it tends to produce a weird dead shop dummy look whereas painting direct in AR gives life to your subject. Hope that helps!

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