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TheSpleen
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Shelton
Nice set and wonderfully lit.

Steve
Fuchur
Hi Spleen,

nice set smile.gif.
You may want to think about beveled edges on the stage. The edges are very hard now.

See you
*Fuchur*
Animus
Yes, nice shot, good lighting, good poses!

Michel
kwhitaker
Someones ready to rock the stage, Blues brothers anyone? great looking crew. IF you've got any exrta song, i could always find a Fun spot.for 1 or two, to brighten the movie. Good job Spleen. nice work, hope your feelinf well, smile.gif
TheSpleen
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Someones ready to rock the stage, Blues brothers anyone? great looking crew. IF you've got any exrta song, i could always find a Fun spot.for 1 or two, to brighten the movie. Good job Spleen. nice work, hope your feelinf well, smile.gif

Myron might have one
Thank you!
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robcat2075
He needs a bit of backlight to make him stand out more.
TheSpleen
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largento
Love this, Gene! Great looking character and the lighting makes me think it's a smokey room.
robcat2075
He looks like a dangerous musician.
NancyGormezano
Muppet musician!
johnl3d
another fine example of spleenmanship
Paul Forwood
Fun character, Gene! smile.gif
TheSpleen
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mouseman
Wow, quite a realistic and detailed lower face. Look at those teeth! (The sunglasses hide the upper face.)
dblhelix
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Wow, quite a realistic and detailed lower face. Look at those teeth!

i can read his emotional state = muscle tension from the shape of the mouth.
that's almost a little scary!
TheSpleen
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Rodney
Looking good Spleengene!
You've been upping your game in Lighting and Texturing for awhile now and the results speak for themselves.


I know this is a WIP but... for your consideration: The Blue/Purple Light's fall off terminates a little early. Perhaps you could increase that Fall Off so that it doesn't terminate in a noticeable line and appears to extend naturally and/or fade. That's the only thing that distracts my attention from what you've got going on as staged.

I really like the variation of blue/purple against the red curtains.
It conveys a nice sense of depth behind to the stage.
kwhitaker
So cool, Spleen. love the blue light.
TheSpleen
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dblhelix
just, wow.
took forever to examine all the detail at the edge of the light,
how objects reveal themselves. really good lighting, couldn't get enough!
if this is your ending, do let the camera linger, maybe with a near
undetected sideways trolleying. that would also help bring depth.

what a moment!
TheSpleen
QUOTE(dblhelix @ Jul 15 2011, 05:20 AM) *
just, wow.
took forever to examine all the detail at the edge of the light,
how objects reveal themselves. really good lighting, couldn't get enough!
if this is your ending, do let the camera linger, maybe with a near
undetected sideways trolleying. that would also help bring depth.

what a moment!

it is the set from the dance proj. on extras cd
Thank you!
Yes I was thinking good credit scene at the end.
Paul Forwood
Looks great, Gene! smile.gif
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Zaryin
Just great. I love the lighting as well, but the models show real character.
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