Construction Worker

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McNistor
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Re: Construction Worker

Post by McNistor » 03 Jan 2014, 05:31

Great work overall.
My crits would be regarding the angry expression - it's a bit too forced IMO. I don't think I ever saw someone raising their lip so high (perhaps with the exception of Stallone LOL)
Also the last pic with the wonder face - the eyes seem to have a weird shape at the lower eyelid, like a non-uniform curvature.
Anyway, looking great as I said. :ymapplause:
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izze
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Re: Construction Worker

Post by izze » 03 Jan 2014, 21:01

Latest update. Just a few more tweeks on the hair, and the lips left to do.

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ibra
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Re: Construction Worker

Post by ibra » 07 Jan 2014, 04:53

awesome work izze!!!!!
real epic stuff!
my favorite is the last image on the right with her eyes closed. really nice expression

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Daniel Brassard
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Re: Construction Worker

Post by Daniel Brassard » 07 Jan 2014, 14:14

Very Good, Izze. Your are getting there, the hairs look better .

As a suggestion, close the eyes a bit in the second pics, especially the top eyelids in a more restfull, natural pose. The top eyelid should cover the iris a bit. Full Open eyes are for surprised/amazed or scared expressions.

When you do so, drop the eyebrows a bit as well in the middle. Same for the third picture, the curve is too pronounce and does not match the rest of the expression.

See pics attached.

I like the last picture. If you open the eyes a bit you could make her look down like she is welding something.
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izze
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Re: Construction Worker

Post by izze » 07 Jan 2014, 14:21

Thanks Daniel and Ibra,

I finally got the hair to my liking. I tweaked a few other elements and I think I have taken this as far as I can for now. All the comments helped make the final much better. Thanks!

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Hirazi Blue
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Re: Construction Worker

Post by Hirazi Blue » 07 Jan 2014, 16:55

Love it/her! :x
The first and the fourth image to me are the most striking. The first expression as being very "over the top" and the fourth because it would seem to indicate some kind of contemplative mood (dare I say prayer?), contrasting the other poses quite well IMHO.
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oglu
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Re: Construction Worker

Post by oglu » 07 Jan 2014, 17:01

i like her... great work...

but the eyball is to big... in real world scale they are only 24-25mm and thats nearly the size of the eye socket...
and the iris is around 11mm...

i would take the measurements of a real girl near you from cheek to cheek...
scale the head and the eyes to the right size...

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Re: Construction Worker

Post by OzAdi » 11 Mar 2014, 16:30

top Images from right to left:

1. She heard softimage was acquired by Microsoft - still could sleep at night

2. Now she heard Avid bought Softimage - a little worried, but looking a head for the future...

3. what you said??? Autodesk bought softimage? oh no...

4. (5 years later) WTF??? are you drunk Autodesk??? F@#k you Autodesk!

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grendizer
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Re: Construction Worker

Post by grendizer » 27 Apr 2014, 00:20

Perfect work!!
How did you get such a realisitc skin? :-??

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Draise
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Re: Construction Worker

Post by Draise » 28 Apr 2014, 20:41

Incredible. =)