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Morning Class by Raindropmemory Morning Class by Raindropmemory

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I plan to design the scene with a lot of natural light (so that I can use my blooming light technique to my heart desired)
After I finish the render however, I feel it look so pretending! like, too much lighting show-off, and as you may guess, that girl at the window, is sat under the sunlight for the sake of composition! (No one in right mind will sat there..., right!?) ( ̄▽ ̄)ノ

Tools:Facegen for face
DAZ Studio for human model and pose
Marvelous Designer for Clothing
Cinema4D for general modelling and rendering
Paintool SAI & Photoshop for post processing

จับจองโต๊ะ วางกระเป๋า ที่เก้าอี้
เสียงร้องถาม กล่าวพาที ถึงการบ้าน
ของชั้นยัง ทำไม่ครบ ไม่ได้การ
รออาจารย์ สมานฉันท์ พลันเบรนสตอม

ภาพนี้ตั้งใจจัดกล้องจัดแสง ให้มีพื้นที่สว่างเยอะๆครับ เพื่อที่จะได้ใช้เทคนิคแสงฟุ้งฟู่ฟ่าได้เต็มที่ กะจัดหนักเลยว่างั้น

ออกมาจริงๆ พบว่ามันดูเยอะไป ดูพยายาม
แต่ก็แอบเสียดายเวลาที่เรนเดอร์และแต่งภาพ สรุปเอาก็เอา

อย่างที่ทุกท่านคิดครับ เจ๊คนกลางนั่นนั่งตากแดดเอาความเก๋ล้วนๆ!

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:iconpummelpanda:
I love your concepts and composition. This picture looks really atmospheric and captured the moment beautifully!
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Raindropmemory Nov 10, 2013   Digital Artist
Thank you~!  
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:iconsekkaku-sama:
sooooo.... when is the game coming out? ^^
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Raindropmemory Sep 1, 2013   Digital Artist
Well, it is not a game! :) Just my practice on 3D illustrations. hats off 
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:iconsekkaku-sama:
haha, I know... sadly ;(( what I meant is that you should definitely get someone to collaborate with you on a game. your models are great- with some advertising you could possibly get some funds on kickstarter? just an idea though ^^'
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leinef Aug 28, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Again, your work series is mind-blowing! Amazing concepts and works including such a beautiful and fine composition. It's just amazing!
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Raindropmemory Aug 30, 2013   Digital Artist
Thank you again!! Spin, Slide and Bump 
I'm really glad for your support, really, because for some reason, my 3D work is not well-received compare to my usual 2d work. =D=D
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leinef Aug 31, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I don't understand that! I love your 2D work, too, but I prefer your latest approach to 3d since it shows such a different view on art. It has a unique, wonderful feeling I rarely get from other artworks. I hope other people see that, too!
Are you planning on doing more 3D or both 2d and 3d?

And answering the other comment from you: Yeah it's been a long time :) It's been totally my fault disappearing as soon as studies or rl gets so busy that I don't have any free time to do something art-related...
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Raindropmemory Sep 1, 2013   Digital Artist
Oh Congrat!!!! eh...., for freedom!! :shuffelin:
 
Will you upload your Thesis's work online by the way? 

I also just finished my master degree in Graphic Design too!, about 3 months ago and while I work on it, I also absent from internet for several months too! 182 : Dance Together Emoticon 

I think 2d work is more eye-catching, (especially at the thumbnail size) , easy to consume and digest(proper for social-network ages), and I think people familiar with it (as illustration) more than 3D, which use more in games and movies. And since my 3D illustrations look like photo, I think people don't even notice it is not photo but 3D render, and skip past it(Well, can't blame them. :) 

I'll do both 2D and 3D of course! Both have to coexisted to help each other. :)
2D is still my matured technique, that can materialized my thought quickly and effectively, and people seems to loves it!

But I have to say that 3D is my future. It able to to things that 2d cannot: natural & realistically depiction of light & shadow (which is my MOST favorite things), also, the workflow and assets are flexible & reusable - my ideal artform.  Though it may takes a very long time to create an art that have my personalities like in 2D.

How are you doing nowadays? :) Emoticon .1
 
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leinef Sep 5, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hehe thanks :D
Well, I'm not sure yet. Some parts of it have been published and presented in a conference so I'm not sure about copyright and stuff if I just upload my stuff. Also, we are planning to do another journal work so I'm really not sure. Although I'd like to share it... I mean I prefer it when people can access academic works more easily.

Oh really?!?! Did you upload your work somewhere?? Congrats to you, too!!!
Your work must be STUNNING! (In case you already uploaded here, I'm very sorry for asking >w<)

Well, that is true that 2D work is just easier to watch and enjoy. But that's in general correct for art itself. Once you experiment or try out something totally new and different, people won't be following or watching me as much as if you'd do more mainstream work. 
Tbh I first though they are photos, too, so I had to double check.. xD But I think that's a compliment to you, isn't it? ;)
I'm really looking forward to the progress of your 3d work! I mean, you are already a master in 2d illustrations so I'm excited to see where your 3d works will go :)

I'm fine actually. Just got a job and I'm currently planning on moving, etc. But I'm quite excited and happy about everything which is good, I guess, haha! How are you? :) Everything fine?
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