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Old 19-02-2007, 12:04 PM   #1
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hi, guys

don't know if someone still remember several months ago, i put my character here...and now, finished animation scene and recently i am doing mapping for the whole thing...

now, just put this one first. actually, i've been testing her skin ...
and haven't finished ...u know something like eyeball , eyebrow ...i haven't done....but will do it soon...^^

however, hope u guys like it....remember this is only a test work.

here u go...
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Old 19-02-2007, 12:15 PM   #2
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Awesome use of specularity and imperfections (pimples, etc.)
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Old 19-02-2007, 11:00 PM   #3
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the texturing is great, but I'm assuming you haven't gotten to the eyes yet?

I'm sorry, but the model doesnt match the texturing work :p, I'm looking at great looking skin, but the model breaks the realism, if you know what i mean

whatever, keep it up!!!
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Old 20-02-2007, 01:48 AM   #4
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The skin looks real! Nice specular highlighting. I like the little raised moles and imperfections; they really give it realism.

As Phopojijo and MattTheMan said, the actual geometry and eyes need work, but if you can get them as good as this mapping, then it'll be a real treat indeed!
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Old 20-02-2007, 05:07 AM   #5
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thanks guys...

as i mentioned that i didn't do eye part at all...but will...

and thanks for helpful advices...

and see u guys soon...
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Old 24-02-2007, 06:36 PM   #6
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finished eyeball mapping ...
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i think you may need to rethink (touch on) your aim constraints, she looks a little cross-eyed.

the skin shader is amazing though.
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Old 24-02-2007, 08:28 PM   #8
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Originally posted by NeoStrider
i think you may need to rethink (touch on) your aim constraints, she looks a little cross-eyed.

the skin shader is amazing though.
thanks .

i will take care of that....


after finishing hat part will show u guys again ^^

thanks again
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Old 25-02-2007, 12:13 AM   #9
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how about this one ^^
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Looks really good man, How did you do the eyebrows?
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Old 25-02-2007, 12:37 AM   #11
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Originally posted by gster123
Looks really good man, How did you do the eyebrows?
it's hard to explain...but basiclly, i made a eyeball and eyeiris and then gave them projection textures which is photo images( but for eyeball u know that vens for eyeball i painted them in cs)
and for iris no too much issues ,but the upper part eyeball should be transparent,so i used ramp mapping the eyeball and changed the value for it let the upper part eyeball looks transparent...

for light, basiclly is 5 sport lights and rendering with mentral ray with retracing.
i am still learning maya as a beginner ^^actually, i will finish my 10 month maya course two weeks later and for now, i've been doing my final animation work..^^

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Cheers for that,

What I was asking was how did you create the eye brows? Did you use maya fur?
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Cheers for that,

What I was asking was how did you create the eye brows? Did you use maya fur?
sorry about that ^^

just a little bit tired, i've been sitting in front of my computer over 8 hours...

for eyebrow, easy...i just used a texture ...but actually, i should model it and also for eyelash as well...it's better to model it then use texture map them again...but i don't have time to do too much detailed works...so, use a lazy way...^^
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again....how about this one...^^
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Guys:

can i ask u guys something about colour ? i mean in for monitor i see this image which i mapped the colour is ok....but in someone's monitor it looks the colour intensity too strong. which means because this reason somewhere of " her" skin looks over "balck " ...

how do u guys feel ?

(because when i make map texture in cs2, i didn't modify the colour system to adobe1998 standard mode, maybe this issue causes the problem)
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