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    Hello guys !


    My name is Ladislas, I'm 24 and from Paris, France.


    I've been lurking around this website for quite a while now, but I've always been too shy to share my work here !

    But well, I think the best way to get better is to get some feedback and critics, so I'll try to update this thread everytime I can with my future works, hoping I'll get some tips to improve my modeling skills...!





    Butterfly Girl

    Concept by Xa
    ( http://xa-xa-xa.deviantart.com/art/b...-girl-24953382 )


    Modeling in Maya&Zbrush
    Rendering in Zbrush




    Any comments and critics will be welcome!

    Don't hesitate to check out my Artstation Portfolio to see more about this character =)
    https://www.artstation.com/artist/lad

    Thanks for watching, hope you like it!

    Cheers

    Lad

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    Great pose and expression!

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    Nice but wouldn't it be easier and quicker to do this in Photoshop?

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    Looks great, love the style

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    I like the color palette and the overall composition. The character and the props are very interesting, different from what I commonly see in these types of illustrations.

    On a side note, I think this would be a wonderful cover to a novel or a illustrative novel, something in a similar fashion of "Through the looking Glass".

    Either way, great image, thank you for sharing

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    Wonderfull piece of art!

    ) photoshop?

    ( not if you are finally aiming for animation.

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    Lovely render!

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    Hey there

    Thanks a lot for your kind words, really appreciated : )

    Jake Rupert no this is Zbrush, no photoshop on this ! : )

    zam wessel
    Yes i totally agree with you, it would be much quicker to do this in photoshop. But not for me, mainly for 2 reasons : First of all, and it's pretty simple.... I'm not an awesome drawer and I'm not good in photoshop... I can do some textures for my models on it, but I'm years away to be able to do a full illustration with characters in photoshop. And secondly, I didn't plan to do a 2D Render for this modeling. It started as a personnal practice modeling, but I felt that the design, and in the end, the modeling, had a graphic touch in it, with the hat and the weird things around it... So I wanted to do a render that could match with the design.

    Here are some shots with a quick 3D Render in Zbrush




    I don't know where the button to embed a vimeo file is, so you can see a turn around here : https://vimeo.com/117379595


    Cheers !

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    very sweet shapes!!! love it!!

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    wonderful!... I really like the ethereal look

    Did you use the posterize features of zbrush or is it a combination of shader passes assembled in post?

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    Thank you !

    Yes it's the posterize effect combined with various tweaks in the materials ! =)

    The only thing i did in photoshop was to erase the tree a little bit and to put the background color! The other things are straight out of Zbrush

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    Hey! Great looking work! Just curious, what matcap did you use? You have a very soft yet crisp material!

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    Hey !

    I used Skin Shade 4 as material, and I added some Sharpen in my BPR Filters !

    For the soft effect, I added a very little glow in the BPR Filters, and some Wax in my material

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    Cool

    so beautiful***65292;love it

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    Thanks for sharing!!

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