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Diana and David: Julie Bijjou Entry

Author Topic: Diana and David: Julie Bijjou Entry  (Read 8597 times)

Hi everyone !
I'm using Diana in this contest, and I'm going to dress her like in the Carnival of Venice. More particulary as a "Queen Moon" of Venice ! With dark blue, white and gold for example.
I will make accessories like the scepter and her mask outside of Marvelous. I hope it's not a problem that I hide her face with a big Venice mask.  :D
The dress will be a good challenge with her dynamic pose.

Here are some references and a very rough sketch to make me an idea of where I'm going to !
Good luck to everyone !

Last Edit: June 02, 2018, 07:57:54 pm

First little preview ! Really enjoying making big dresses like this, I will now go into the mask and Scepter sculpt to take a little break with the clothes :D
(I will let appear the foot at the final shots I think, I'll see at the end !)

Seeing the final clothing approaching ! Some things were changed between the sketch and the final, because there was so much fabrics that I was afraid it would be unreadable... but yeah Carnival of Venice dresses are quite showy at the base :P

This looks amazing! Keep updating your process

Thank you !
I was out for some days, but I will post new process soon :D

One final render I assume ! Diana on Venice Carnival clothes ! Just making all night renders to make something neat :P

Wow this turned out really well Julie :)  The color/material combinations look great.

Thank you very much ! I really like your work, your technique is impressive :)

Thank you! 

Hands down my favorite. There's many great entries, but I love this one in particular - maybe because of the strong moon-related elements, but it just feels so mysterious and powerful. Some close-ups would be awesome, of the face and fabrics in particular!

That's really kind, thank you ! :D
I wanted to make close up, but I feel that my computer is dying when I render on I-Ray, so I stopped at the minimum of the two renders required...