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"Mythical Creatures"
Added on: Sat May 24 2003
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Export to Photoshop in resolution 4000x4000

In Photoshop I made three textues: Diffuse, Specular and Bump map. When I was creating Diffuse textures I used some girl pictures mixed together.


I added bones on knees and elbows, HI solver, the posed the model to how I imagined it to be.

I placed the characters into the scene and posed them. The mesh was unshaped on knees, elbows and feet, it needed correction. I made two Snapshots of characters and I corrected these deformation which were visible in front of the camera.


The woman neaded some element of clothes, so I used Digimation Stitch plugin. I made several tests of material falling down on the woman's body.


Now she needed hair. I tried to use Shag:Hair but it did not give the effects of realistic hair, and the time of rendering was too long. I took a picture of hair lying on the white floor. I made Diffuse colour with white background, and Alpha Channel which I used as Opacity.





 
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