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Old 02-17-2010, 09:03 PM
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Re: Fashion photography with CG parts

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...i can eventually prepare some making of or tutorial for retouchpro...is anyone interrested?
You likely can't here me screaming yes from where you are, but yes, please Incredible work.
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Old 02-18-2010, 06:19 AM
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Re: Fashion photography with CG parts

Ok i will post some smaller making of articles i have from recent and older projects untill i have some more time to do proper tutorial or somethink like that.

Here is process of creating one of my latest advertising projects:
http://www.temujin.cz/data/angel/angel.htm

and few really old but more detailed making of articles:

http://www.temujin.cz/moonlight_making_of.htm

http://www.temujin.cz/light/making_of.htm

http://www.temujin.cz/light/making_of_2.htm

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Old 02-19-2010, 03:06 AM
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Re: Fashion photography with CG parts

Your work is very much fascinating and interesting.

If you don't mind could you let us know what 3D software do you use? Well i have no doubt there will be Photoshop included for sure.

Which 3D software do you recommend to be able to produce something similar to yours?

I'm looking toward Lightwave or Cinema4D. With photography, which would be the more suitable software?
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Old 02-24-2010, 02:53 AM
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Re: Fashion photography with CG parts

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Your work is very much fascinating and interesting.

If you don't mind could you let us know what 3D software do you use? Well i have no doubt there will be Photoshop included for sure.

Which 3D software do you recommend to be able to produce something similar to yours?

I'm looking toward Lightwave or Cinema4D. With photography, which would be the more suitable software?
You know, its not anymore about which 3d package is better these days. Every sw have unique features but basics is the same. It is more about what you find comfortable to work with. So try LW and C4D and decide what feels better for you after few day od trying. Im using 3ds MAx, V-ray render, Z-brush for detailing and Photoshop for compositing and postproduction. I also have few plugins here and there in 3d and PS...but i dont rely to plugins much so im doing lots of stuff manualy.
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Old 02-24-2010, 11:47 PM
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Re: Fashion photography with CG parts

Just wanna say your website is fantastic. I look forward to hiring you in the future.
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Old 03-03-2010, 03:32 PM
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Re: Fashion photography with CG parts

It always amazes me how much software CG artists use to create a peice of work. How did you go about learning it all? Considering I spend 95% of my time in photoshop, with the other 5% developing RAW files in Capture1, I'm learning new things with just these all the time. I couldn't imagine having to know 4 different programs to produce a peice of work!
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Old 04-01-2010, 08:53 AM
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Re: Fashion photography with CG parts

Adrianr: yes, sometimes lots of stuff is involved ... sw, plugins. Im almost ten years in CG industry and still i have new stuf to learn every day...new sw and new improved versions of sw is coming out every day...its ridiculous. But its matter of choice and selection, nobody uses everything. I learned all thing myself, even on high school when internet was in its stone age and words like "tutorial" were almost unknown
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Old 04-01-2010, 08:55 AM
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Re: Fashion photography with CG parts

And here is someting new from me...complete movie promotion:

http://www.temujin.cz/data/posters/posters.htm
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Old 04-01-2010, 11:15 PM
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Re: Fashion photography with CG parts

I love these discussions, because some people say, "It's definitly CG, I don't know how you can think otherwise." And then the next reply is, "It's a touched up photo" Goes to show you how powerful computers are getting, and how much talent there is out there.
As for my opinion, I really don't know. When I first looked at it I thought cg, but it is amazing what someone can do with a photo in photoshop, so I really couldn't say.
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Old 04-15-2010, 11:54 AM
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Re: Fashion photography with CG parts

This is an area I find very interesting.

I first started to take the idea of combining CG and model photography seriously back in 2006 when the Maxwell Renderer caught my eye. Before that I didn't think CG realism was high enough.

In my own work I try to never make anything obviously fake by definition, like a real mermaid, because real mermaids don't exist. I will, however, use CG to make an amazing mermaid costume. I call this approach flying under the visual effects radar.

Here are some examples:

Pussycat Theatre

Xanthia Surfing of Kanagawa

Apnea: The Knife-Thrower's Assistant

One-Armed Bandit
(not a violation of my philosophy as the model actually only has one arm)
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