This is a compilation of the old system into a single score. There were 11 that made this score of 7.65 then rounded to 8.
Posted by mannheimblack ( ..xxx.xxx ) at 2003-10-08 19:45:00
Very, very good work. It's probably one of the most impressive 'realistic' style portraits out there. A very different style to the official Bioware portraits, and in this case it really works.
I found this portrait when nearly at the end of my tether, looking through the portrait library for something, -anything- useable for my character. This piece of work came as a pleasant surprise, being exactly what I wanted. Please, keep making more!
Posted by Shadow-Servant ( ..xxx.xxx ) at 2002-12-03 04:35:00
I have found my new character portrait! You may not have
intended such things when you were inspired to create this
wonderful article, but it looks a LOT like me! Finally I
have a good portrait that I not only like, but one that
fits as well! KUDOS Mark, I will be giving you a 10 for
this piece of work.
-Serve the shadows, as they conceal your attacks as well as
Posted by Knightsky ( ..xxx.xxx ) at 2002-10-21 02:52:00
Hey there. Woo, got first post. I've got to say this is one
of the most promising pieces of 3D art used as a portrait
I've seen thus far, and that's saying something, as I am
known to call Poser 'cheating' on occasion. ;) My only
gripe with this is it needs an additional light source, I
think. I understand the effect you're going for, in fact,
that would work quite well with an inked drawing, but for
this medium, I think having a light opposing the main light
is necessary. To maybe achieve the effect you're going for
with the additional light, why not bring up the main light
another notch, and then for the new light, give it a low
As for what I like...he's a he for one thing. Finally, a
good male portrait. Also, he's wearing clothing that's
definitely lends itself to the genre. The pose is
invincible. He looks human, as opposed to a 3D caricature.
A very tough thing to pull off, even with Poser. And
despite my critique, the concept behind the lighting is
Thank you for this.
Knightsky, who's happy to talk shop (see email)
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