Inspired by Jakob Villien’s posting of his version of Maia from our coaching session about oil and skin, I thought I would post my ‘student’ version. A result that I am very happy about. Criticism and comments are welcomed.
Once again, thanks Jakob.
  • Melnikov Ivan "Nakatan"PLUS

    gold!

  • Jakob Villien

    Thank you mate! Beautiful result!

    • Tobias_K_AasvangPLUS

      Thanks Buddy! And now I will try to finish that mutant. :)

  • HenkPLUS

    Good blending and colours on the skin..

  • Vitaly Lapshin

    Золото

  • Luis Sánchez T

    Great skin tone. It looks Awesome!

  • Rhiana, "Cyradis"

    She turned out splendid! C&C? The area around the eyes is slightly coarse, and the hair could use more time picking up highlights to define the volumes. Still, these are minor critiques. You did a great paint job on her!

    • Tobias_K_AasvangPLUS

      Thanks alot Rhiana!
      I think you are very right about the area around the eyes needing more attention and it is something I definately will work on. And man, hair? It looks like something that should be easy, but I find it very hard to make it look ‘non-sculpted’.

    • Rhiana, "Cyradis"

      Yeah, hair is tough! I think to an extent on most sculpts we have to go “okay, this is sculpted hair”, but make it good within that limitation. Too finely sculpted of strands and it is insanely difficult to work a brush on. Too flat or too coarse of a sculpt and it looks like a blob or cartoony.
      I tend to like to think of painting the hair shapes before defining the strands themselves, if that helps. But while doing the volumes, keep brush strokes going in the direction of the strands. Nicer on a model like this since the hair shapes are pretty straight forward.
      You definitely have the skill - you worked a lot of nuance into the skin and other features already. Not easy, but you can do it :)

  • girlpainter57PLUS

    gold