Discussion in 'It's About the Art!' started by Chris, May 3, 2016.
Thank you Chris. It is 73.2% Gorilla plus 41.8% Gorilla Head.
I played around with the gorilla and Garibaldy hair in DS, I feel its a bit too thick so I'll probably give it another go over the weekend.
Wow! Great renders! I love the soldier @Virtual_World and @tparo that hair is looking good!
WOW, now THAT's hair. Nice tparo, and I agree, just a bit too thick.
Awesome work Tparo!
WooHoo Tparo!! Looks great! But yeah I do bet it would be even better a little shorter/less thick. Great work!
GorillaParadise by Lyne posted May 5, 2016 at 5:02 PM
Beautiful, Lyne!! Glad you got the Gorilla working for you!
Absolutely adorable Lyne! I'm loving the renders & thanks to Laurie I now have a picture started!
Love it Lyne.
No trouble getting the gorilla loaded... trouble with texturing though.. it all had to be done manually as the textures wouldn't apply..
I also haven't got the bump maps to work very good as the displacement isn't being very helpful either :-(
as with the fur that was just a quick application with around 150,000 hairs and a quick brush, with more time spent on it ( rather than 5 minutes ) it would look awesome I reckon.
I wish I had the nerve (and patience) to try the hair room in Poser, but I suspect it would kill what little is left of my brain cells. ~LOL~
another one done in Carrara
Stezza, wow! WOW!!! This is awesome. I love this one. He's such a Bad A!
I didn't even know Carrera had hair, or rather a way to apply it! Interesting and works very well!
Thanks for the compliments on my"guerrilla paradise" it will be a lot easier now that I know, or rather have the fix for the gorilla coat in poser .
Now that is fantastic Stezza. Very realistic length and thickness with this render.
Awesome renders here!!!
The new Gorilla is unbelievably realistic! WOW!
What a fun & amazing creation!
Here are the HiveWire products I used in this scene:
HiveWire Gorilla for Dusk by CG Cubed, Christopher Creek Art, & Virtual World
SBRM Africa (Black Headed Weaver) by Ken Gilliland
Grasses & Flowers with Jungle Mist by Lisa's Botanicals
Tropicals by Lisa's Botanicals
I love this image, Flint as you well know
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