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Main : ! 3D Art ! : Marvel Comics :  Daredevil and Elektra

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Daredevil and Elektra
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Submitterhiram67More Photos from hiram67   Last Update2014/2/28 14:53
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hiram67
Posted: 2014/3/2 15:02  Updated: 2014/3/2 15:02
Supreme being
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 Re: Daredevil and Elektra
This is also a possible solution
hiram67
Posted: 2014/3/2 15:01  Updated: 2014/3/2 15:01
Supreme being
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 Re: Daredevil and Elektra
this is a great idea that I had not thought of, thank you very much.
Dark Wanderer
Posted: 2014/3/2 14:52  Updated: 2014/3/2 14:52
The Metal Shinigami (Moderator)
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 Re: Daredevil and Elektra
You could chalk it up to him holding the hair pinned against his arm. One thing you could do to get the hair more gravity friendly, Use 2 hair props. Prop one would be parented like you have here. Keep the bandana visible. Prop 2, Hide the bandana and rotate it to looks like gravity has taken it.
pijon
Posted: 2014/3/1 18:51  Updated: 2014/3/1 18:51
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 Re: Daredevil and Elektra
I am with Star here. Really a terrific piece although the hair removes some of it's reality. In future, you might consider making hair material invisible and adding it in later in postwork in such a situation.
hiram67
Posted: 2014/3/1 2:46  Updated: 2014/3/1 2:46
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 Re: Daredevil and Elektra
You're right my friend. I tried in every way to move the hair, but they are all one with the bandana, and if moved around too much hair, the bandana is deformed.
StarChild
Posted: 2014/2/28 18:13  Updated: 2014/2/28 18:13
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 Re: Daredevil and Elektra
a very good render. perhaps the only thing keeping this from being a 10 is Elektra's gravity defying hair.