There is nothing to crit?
Edit: apparently the picture didn't show up when I viewed the thread.
My crit would be to look at some references of how metal is handpainted, as the silver of the axe doesn't strike me as metal.
oups, forgotten to update this thread as I've updated the dedicated thread.
Anyway, this is the laaaatest updated version.
Learned how to set up a scene properly in Marmoset and how to get the material to be the way it would look nice
for the braids, make sure that the end of the braids are thicker if you're having that big of a hair clump at the end. Right now it looks like it is glued on as the braid itself would not have that much hair to end in a clump. Check some references …
just came across this.
I would say that the shoes are a bit disturbing for me. The way they tuck in in the front makes me feel like there would not be enough space for her feet/toes in there. Also, in general her feet/shoes seems to be very small an…
@Gyzmotnik Thank you!
@AgreeingMachine Thank you! I would love to see him in Orange too, however, the horns disappear with the orange unfortunately.
I'm still working on the colour of the pants, as it feels a bit flat at the moment.
It depends on the situation, the time available and what you have to do.
generally for me:
concept -> references -> blockout -> primary shapes -> secondary shapes -> detailes -> retop -> (alternatively fix HP) -> make sure…
I don't think you have used up your polycount right?
I would spend some more around the eyes just to make them more smooth.
I'm also a little bit concerned over the colour on the hands. It looks like he's dirty, where I think you were looking to …
I would say that it doesn't matter how long you practice for unless you practice consciously.
Trying to learn something new, evaluate every step of the way what you are doing, how you can do it better etc.
Otherwise 'practicing' you just end up do…
As for a generalist, you will have to know about the entire pipeline basically. You'll do rigging, animation, modelling, lighting ... basically anything that can be thrown your way. It is a tough thing, where you will have to know a bit about everyt…
What @TeriyakiStyle is saying is what we tell students as well at our university. It is great that you have knowledge about the 2d as well as the 3d. But in your portfolio you should only show the stuff that you want to get hired for.
Since you put…