I’ve been playing with 3D work for some time now – not creating my own models from scratch (yet!), but instead working with models and environments in Daz Studio. It’s coming along, and I’m having a lot of fun although I don’t get enough time to devote to it.
The main reason why I started working in 3D was to add some life and action to models for book cover work – most stock is created for fashion or advertising, and the models show it. Stiff poses don’t make for dynamic book covers, so adding a CGI element allows me to create more of an action pose and pair that with a photographic model’s face, hair, etc. It’s interesting and I think it has potential.
I’ve started a small commercial stock portfolio with some of my work which can be seen here: Ravven Stock on Depositphotos.
In my free time (yeah, right! /cry) I’ve also used them in art projects, which you can see here. :)
4 thoughts on “Updates: 3D Work”
OMG that’s amazing!!!!!! You’re ridiculously talented, Ravv!
Wow, Ravven! Very cool–and exciting. You never cease to amaze.
HOLY BANANAS, WOMAN! Those stock image photos are SPECTACULAR and soooooo much better than what I’ve seen others post. I think the big advantage you have over the other 3D models up for sale is you give texture to your models. They don’t look like cartoons. Well done!!
Thank you so much! I’m really, really having fun with these. :)