Thanks so much
Thanks for the great and awesome comments and words!
I think several artist do work with 3D portraits, that look so amazing real;
But the combination of real portrait photo's with part 3D...no, don't know if that already happens...But it is a good idea!
When i would have the skills to make my own characters...that would be awesome, but...i would have to learn different programs to sculp (Zbrush?), make textures, etc...and that would take a big learningcurve, and i don't know if i want that, i am not a young girl anymore, and i think i prefer making the "skills"i have right now, to a higher level :D
But man, it looks amazing;
Yeah...Covid19...as you say; many loved ones are taken by this terrible disease, wich will not end yet, i hope all your loved ones are healthy and safe?
Have a great weekend,
- addendum -
I do notice and study the flowers (all excellent) etc., not just the main/first impression of the full character study.
As well as the back drops (just as special in this instance). All outstanding and inspirational - context of what aspiring artists should hope for/to achieve.
Might earn me a 'fatwah' from the professional portrait photography industry globally (just get a lease from Santa and hide-out up North)
... but it occured to me - when you have such a good base model (Fairy - you have lots) - folks pay big dollars for high quality family portraits,
painted or photographic.
"Sittings" tend to be horror trips (for parents); while even studio photo sessions are not overly easy.
Thus - if folks could send a normal picture, or group of photos- of a subject (child/teen/partner/spouse - whomever) to a top flight artist like yourself ...
A perfect hall or gallery portrait could be produced and delivered, inside one week, with not tears or need for 'sittings'.
Just thinking out loud. Is anyone doing this yet? Would seem an area of massive potential/big earnings?
Also - not being ruthless or morbid - Covid19 is taking a lot of loved ones. Would seem to me there would be a big demand/market for memorial portraits.
Another truly wonderful model, pose and render.
You upped the bar again (double lights - left eye).
Pleasure and privilege to be able to admire your work.
Thank you for sharing ...