BAsketball Playing in the rain

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GiorgiMelkadze3DArt
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BAsketball Playing in the rain

Post by GiorgiMelkadze3DArt » Fri Feb 26, 2021 6:45 pm

Hello to everyone, i'll wait what you say :! :)
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Re: BAsketball Playing in the rain

Post by Mike1158 » Fri Feb 26, 2021 8:21 pm

I bloody love it mate, brilliant. :hat: :clap: :whoot:

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Re: BAsketball Playing in the rain

Post by ntxdave » Fri Feb 26, 2021 10:03 pm

Another great one. :gj: :clap: :whoot:

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Re: BAsketball Playing in the rain

Post by GiorgiMelkadze3DArt » Sat Feb 27, 2021 1:22 pm

its first time i used persons in my render :D
Thank you very much ❤️

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Re: BAsketball Playing in the rain

Post by GiorgiMelkadze3DArt » Sat Feb 27, 2021 5:22 pm

i add two other kind edition... wich one is more good?
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Re: BAsketball Playing in the rain

Post by ntxdave » Sat Feb 27, 2021 6:29 pm

I like the 2nd one the best. Colors are a little lighter and brighter.

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Re: BAsketball Playing in the rain

Post by Captaineasy » Tue Apr 06, 2021 10:38 pm

It looks great,

my only critique is the use of the figures.

I see you tried to account for the lighting but its not enough.

The problem is that they are being lit by a strong gymnasium overhead light in the photohgraph,

its creating a vary dark cast shadow around the head and neck, and its also creating a very blown out highlight on the flesh so that even if you drop the levels in photoshop you will end up creating this very black shadow around the forms which you just would not get in this kind of overcast shadow less environment you have created.

There are a few ways to fix it, one of the simplest is to just break down the figures into only 1 tone for each figure, especially with the camera pulled that far back you really dont need that much details. You can just pick the mid tone flesh for each model and paint right over.....just having a simple shape of color will work much better as far as composition goes anyways .

The fabrics are lit fine those can be left untouched


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