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Old 25-05-2003, 09:42 PM   #46
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Kirt....that is absolutely fantastic.....mel and I are blown away once again at your incredible talent. I am very sure that a company will pick you up soon. Nice....

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Hey Jay whats up..... How are thing in florida? Am's mom goes for her surgery wednesday.... so things going to be hecktic for a few weeks...

Hope you and mel are good..

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kurt - what i dont understand yet. you mentioned that you added green incalandecence to the skin for realistic look. do i miss something or is that effect too slight to notice? does it has to do with softening shadows?
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Nope incandence, is just to add a under tone in a sence to the base color you applied. Same with ambient color. If you think of skin it's not just pink and orange it has tones of blue, red and green.... I added a fractal just to break up the green a bit and to give the skin a little bit of a vein look...

Im still not that good at it but i've seen some awsome skins done that way..... I could have just took pictures of my face from a few different angles and use that but I want to get good at painting and making my own before I take the easier way out...
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Old 26-05-2003, 01:22 PM   #51
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nice work mate...

loadsa blend shapes

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