More Non-photorealisitic Renders (NPR II)

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  • head waxhead wax Posts: 6,684

    Pleasure, and thank you @kenmo 

  • StarlawStarlaw Posts: 43

    Continued work in progress of "Venn Biblia: A Bible Story", one of the stories to be powered by StoryLucent Tool

  • head waxhead wax Posts: 6,684
    Starlaw said:

    Continued work in progress of "Venn Biblia: A Bible Story", one of the stories to be powered by StoryLucent Tool

    very nice style in this - that's a terrific sounding project you are making

     

  • head waxhead wax Posts: 6,684
    head wax said:

     

    the first render is Dartanbeck's badlands product via Carrara in three d Spherical - 

     

    Great set thanks Dart

     

     

    here's a virtual reality 360 scene I was trying to post yesterday

    http://2vr.in/V-1FVN

    takes a while to come up to full resolution

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 7,860
    edited January 31

    I haven't visited this thread in a while.  Wow, wonderful goings on.  Here is something from me.

     

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  • head waxhead wax Posts: 6,684

    love this one Diomede - especially how you modelled everything as well (?)

    this a Carrara job by any chance?

  • magicjavamagicjava Posts: 152

    Just wanted to let folks know I've moved the previews for the Heroes of the Wild Frontier comic over to the 3D Comic Book Tips And Pictures thread.

  • ArtiniArtini Posts: 3,289
    edited January 31

    Loft interior render with different effects applied in Topaz Simplify.

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  • RakudaRakuda Posts: 352
    edited January 31

    I really super-digg the monochrome style. The watercolor/gouache like treatment is rather nice, but most especially these renders inspired by Heironymous Bosch are outstanding!

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  • I got way behind on the thread and now we're on a new thread! A lot of great images, and thanks in particular to @magicjava for sharing your comic work with us!

    I thought I had posted this one earllier, but looking back looks like it didn't make it into this thread, only the It's Raining Men contest thread. Another pwToon piece in Studio. Click for full size.

    Late Night at the Office

  • kenmokenmo Posts: 495
    Diomede said:

    I haven't visited this thread in a while.  Wow, wonderful goings on.  Here is something from me.

     

    Reminds me of those old pulp fiction magazines that were so popular in the 150s, 60s and 70s... Great look...

  • kenmokenmo Posts: 495

    I've been watching Tony Leonard on Youtube. He uses ZBrush to create line art for his comic book art...

    Some of his techniques like adding screentone/halftone in Photoshop to line art maybe of interest to Poser/DAZ users as well...
     

    Not sure if I should be posting these to this thread or to  thread 3D Comic Book Tips And Pictures

    Anyone care to inform me which is the proper thread?

     

    Tony's Artstation page

     

    A couple of webinars Tony did for Pixologic

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHQvh0oCMCo

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnJzoxLo2Fc&t=1043s

     

     

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 7,860
    edited January 31

    Thank you, Head Wax and Kenmo, for the comments.  Yes, all the figures and props were modeled, rigged, and rendered in Carrara.  I was going for an old dime novel pulp cover look, so I'm glad that came through.  Could definitely use some more postwork.  Thanks for the links to Tony's stuff.

    Some people use PD Howler to assist in postwork.  There is an upcoming webinar.  Here is some info from Tiffanie Gray.

    https://digitalartlive.com/event/20-powerful-postwork-procedures-with-pd-howler/

    Another webinar coming up! use "postwork10" to get a discount.  It doesn't matter which render engine you use, this is about postwork of the image in PD Howler. If you aren't interested, please spread the word!

    Thanks!

    PS. has anyone else tried the techniques from the webinar? And I've been told that the recording will be on the DAZ store sometime this week.

     

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  • tkdroberttkdrobert Posts: 1,594
    kenmo said:

    I've been watching Tony Leonard on Youtube. He uses ZBrush to create line art for his comic book art...

    Some of his techniques like adding screentone/halftone in Photoshop to line art maybe of interest to Poser/DAZ users as well...
     

    Not sure if I should be posting these to this thread or to  thread 3D Comic Book Tips And Pictures

    Anyone care to inform me which is the proper thread?

     

    Tony's Artstation page

     

    A couple of webinars Tony did for Pixologic

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHQvh0oCMCo

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnJzoxLo2Fc&t=1043s

     

     

    You can post this here and the other page.  I am very much interested in comics.  I'm working on a graphic novel idea myself.  I'm not doing it for profit, so I'll probably share it with you all if I ever get it done.  It's a create endeavor for fun.

  • ArtiniArtini Posts: 3,289
    edited February 1

    Some treasures... edited in Topaz Studio.

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  • tkdroberttkdrobert Posts: 1,594
    Artini said:

    Some treasures... edited in Topaz Studio.

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    What topaz filters are you using?

  • head waxhead wax Posts: 6,684
    Artini said:

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    Hi Artini, I think this one is my favourite - could be a movie still.

     

    Artini said:

    Some treasures... edited in Topaz Studio.

     

     

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    more nice work - I like the ast one best as far as having a hand done look

     

    kenmo said:

    I've been watching Tony Leonard on Youtube. He uses ZBrush to create line art for his comic book art...

    Some of his techniques like adding screentone/halftone in Photoshop to line art maybe of interest to Poser/DAZ users as well...
     

    Not sure if I should be posting these to this thread or to  thread 3D Comic Book Tips And Pictures

    Anyone care to inform me which is the proper thread?

     

    Tony's Artstation page

     

    A couple of webinars Tony did for Pixologic

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHQvh0oCMCo

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnJzoxLo2Fc&t=1043s

     

     

    thanks again Kenmo!! appreciate you sharing these treasures

     

    I got way behind on the thread and now we're on a new thread! A lot of great images, and thanks in particular to @magicjava for sharing your comic work with us!

    I thought I had posted this one earllier, but looking back looks like it didn't make it into this thread, only the It's Raining Men contest thread. Another pwToon piece in Studio. Click for full size.

    Late Night at the Office

    terrific balance betrween black and white and a good lesson in using white outlines too

     

  • head waxhead wax Posts: 6,684
    Rakuda said:

    I really super-digg the monochrome style. The watercolor/gouache like treatment is rather nice, but most especially these renders inspired by Heironymous Bosch are outstanding!

    thanks @Rakuda :) great image for your avatar too

     

  • ArtiniArtini Posts: 3,289

    Thanks a lot, head wax.

  • ArtiniArtini Posts: 3,289
    edited February 1

    Hi tkdrobert.
    I have used the following filter presets in Topaz Studio:
    Mechanic Grime, Line and Ink III and Oil Painting II.
    I have also noticed, that the look after applying filters depends heavily
    on what was the input image and sometimes the same filter preset
    applied to different images does not look nicely all the time.
    It is very helpful, that Topaz Studio is displaying a mini images
    of different effects, before actually applying them.

     

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  • magicjavamagicjava Posts: 152
    kenmo said:

    I've been watching Tony Leonard on Youtube. He uses ZBrush to create line art for his comic book art...

    Some of his techniques like adding screentone/halftone in Photoshop to line art maybe of interest to Poser/DAZ users as well...
     

    Not sure if I should be posting these to this thread or to  thread 3D Comic Book Tips And Pictures

    Anyone care to inform me which is the proper thread?

     

    Tony's Artstation page

     

    A couple of webinars Tony did for Pixologic

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHQvh0oCMCo

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnJzoxLo2Fc&t=1043s

     

     

    You can post on both. :)

    And, as always, great pictures everyone. Keep 'em coming!

  • kenmokenmo Posts: 495
    edited February 1

     

    The Prisoner {2016}

    I did this a couple of years ago. Elephant was modeled in Sculptris, the dungeon modeled in Hexagon3D ver 2.5. Both models were textured in 3DCoat ver 3. The scene was then rendered in Vue Studio 8.5. The image was further detailed in ArtRage with some color correction in Photoshop.

    My inspiration for this image was one of my favorite fantasy stories, Robert E. Howard's "Tower of the Elephant" in his Conan series... But I went for a more storybook type of feel then a horror/fantasy look....

     

     

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  • tkdroberttkdrobert Posts: 1,594
    edited February 1

    Blade Runner: Hot Pursuit.  Although this render is detailed, it does not appear to be "Photo-real" to me.  Feel free to correct me if you feel I am wrong.

    Blade Runner: Hot Pursuit

    Here is another version, not sure which is better:

    https://pre00.deviantart.net/0e43/th/pre/i/2018/031/a/8/blade_runner_iid_by_tkdrobert-dc1s49i.jpg

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  • head waxhead wax Posts: 6,684
    kenmo said:

     

    The Prisoner {2016}

    I did this a couple of years ago. Elephant was modeled in Sculptris, the dungeon modeled in Hexagon3D ver 2.5. Both models were textured in 3DCoat ver 3. The scene was then rendered in Vue Studio 8.5. The image was further detailed in ArtRage with some color correction in Photoshop.

    My inspiration for this image was one of my favorite fantasy stories, Robert E. Howard's "Tower of the Elephant" in his Conan series... But I went for a more storybook type of feel then a horror/fantasy look....

     

     

    that's a classic Kenmo, love the elephant pose and expression

     

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