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    Default Ministerarts halloween entry...(Nudity)

    in for a penny.....

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    first test composite..

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    man, i loved that... very nice! no words!

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    man, I love the way you're thinking

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    wow that's crazy! but really great and nice composition!
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    WOW man wow, great image.

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    Jesus, this looks awsome already.

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    I could fiddle with this forever but I wont so this is my final image for the challenge. Im not the best at compositing images but I have tried my best with this one.

    Its inspired by the multiple car wreck that was my marriage.

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    Great composite, I love the slight reflection on the floor and the sculpt itself is amazing. One small critique I have is the shadows in the scene. The composite background you chose has really soft diffused shadows but on your sculpt, there's really sharp and strong shadows. I noticed that you hit the soft shadows right on their integration into the composite. Perhaps a fill light in zbrush or adjusting levels on that layer in photoshop could fix that up. Great work though!
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    Thanks for the positive comments.

    I agree about the harsh shadows...i need to spend more time learning zbrush lighting and stuff.

    I just started learning 3dsmax and im sort of getting to grips with it...looking forward to more sophisticated renders in the future.

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