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Autore: Viki Yeo

Titolo: Young girl

Modellazione: 3ds max

Render: Mental ray

Post Processing: Photoshop

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Info

Hi everybody! My name is Viki Yeo. I'm from Korea and I'm a character artist for games.

I am going to show you how I created my image “Young girl”.

I used 3ds Max2008, Zbrush, Mentalray, Photoshop CS2 and reference images by http://www.3d.sk.

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Modeling

I created a base mesh in 3ds Max. I began making the base mesh, just doing the minimum required.

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After I imported base mesh, I sculptured details on using Zbrush.

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The displacement map has been created and saved as a 16 bit grayscale TIFF file in Zbrush

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I brought the mesh and displacement map in 3ds Max again.

When apply displacement map, do not forget to check "Use Existing Mapping", Switch on Luminance Center and put some strength.

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I add the Shell and turbosmooth modifier to sweater.

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The Eye ball consist of 2 parts.

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If you turn on Preserve UVs, you can perform minor editing tasks without changing the mapping.

Moved vertices with Preserve UVs off (left); Moved vertices with Preserve UVs on (right)

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Texturing

I used Photoshop to make texture and I used a combination of real photos.

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For the skin I used mentalray sss shader. So I had made a diffuse map, epidermal map, bump map and specular map for her skin.

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I used mental ray to render the scene. The material can be seen in the image.

Here’s the material setting.

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Sweater were done with the mental ray architectural material.

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Sweater detail

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Hair&Fur

Hair is important to a realistic character. I used Hair&Fur for creating the hairs.

Hair&fur settings are showed on the image.

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Lighting

I used 5 Free Area Lights with Final Gathering. All my light and render settings are showed on the image.

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Rendering&compositing

The render times become crazy, so I found much easier to render the hair in a separate part, and then to combine them in photoshop.

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:hello:

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