Wow, this is brilliant. Great attention to detail, and GOSH, I love the style. :3
Thank you! The detainling is my weakness, I often go over the top with it. And it took me quite a while to figure how to do such render and how to combine it with the background texture.
Oh mai, this is brilliant! It took me ages to figure out just how to export a turntable and make it into a Flash file, this must've taken ages! I love the texture over the top!
Oh, thanks a heap. Yeah, turntables are large pain in the ass, and I did not yet figure how to do control buttons in Flash. The texture was applied first as a material Canvas Bump setting in Zbrush, later the sequence was blended (Multiply) with colored version of texture in Adobe Flash.
Haha, I can do an interactive turntable, but only one way... I don't know how to make it go backwards with the other button I'm not very good with AS, but all I did was save each image in the turntable animation as a JPEG, import each image onto a separate frame in Flash, then made a button on a new layer with an AS code that made it cycle through the images when the button is held down. I wish I could make it go backwards
Very nice! I bet it cant wait to start digging. xP
really good haha canīt whait to do something like this
nice and i guess it's a female though !!
i love it...very mystical work
Wonderful work and great idea!!
Thank you! The idea started after trying ~nachoriesco's new material for Zbrush . It uses a bumpmap texture which is mapped using the screen coordinates. If it applied on the turntable, the relief "flows" through model surface. But I decided this would look OK if stylised like picture from some "magic book"
This is great! The parchment backdrop is a great idea and I like the model.
Thank you! The idea started after conversation with ~nachoriesco about his new custom material for Zbrush. It uses a bumpmap texture which is mapped using the screen coordinates. If it applied on the animated model, the relief appears "flowing" through its surface. But I decided this would look OK if stylised as an "animated illustration" in some Necromancers' manuscript.