Would love to see a timelapse, the shading is pretty unique.
Thanks! One of these days I'll get around to doing videos.
Love the humpty dumpty art style and the sheen on the mustache. Would love to see more characters in this dumpy style.
You pulled off the extreme angle really well! Good work on perspective in such a complex scene.
Could you give any tips on how you get the look of your lighting/colors in your pieces?
Im really not the best at lighting and tend to use the same setting for all my scenes. So take all this with a grain of salt - One of the first things I did was to figure out how to correctly set up my scene for outdoor lighting using VRay4C4D as a rendering engine.[VRay though a very powerful render engine, has very limited tutorials for C4D. If you are a blender user, I'd recommended Cycles] Most of these tutorials are available for free on youtube. VRay can handle bounce lighting very well, and that makes a world of a difference in my renders. I also us two point light to lighten up some of the darker areas, either by using a area light off screen.
I would recommend Efficient Cinematic Lighting | The Gnomon Workshop - by Pixar artitst Jeremy Vickery as a great starting point on improving one's lighting.
Hope you find all this useful SouthernShotty
The weight and balance are very realistic. The left leg in particular.
The smoke is a really cool style too!
My favorite character! Beautiful colors and solid linework.
Really enjoy this style, could see it looking really cool in motion.
The lighting on the face is nicely done.
Thanks! I worked patiently on that part because I knew any little mark on the rim-light could change the face.
Texturing on the tongue is great.
This is my favorite piece of yours!
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