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Halloween Night [Contest entry] by SKing-TRF Halloween Night [Contest entry] by SKing-TRF
Lara by :iconpedro-croft:
Ground texture from [link]
Pumpkins from [link]
House by blufan (from Tomb Raider Forums)

Rendered in Cinema 4D, this is my first entry for a Halloween contest ^^
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:iconwengaiden:
wengaiden Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2014
dioramas...so cute >.<
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mg1342mg Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2014
That tight top really accentuates her plump bust and hourglass figure. Those piggytails are sexy, too.
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SKing-TRF Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2014
 Thanks! Yes, young Lara is really sexy :p (she has always been, actually)
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:iconjhon0529:
jhon0529 Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2013
I love this!
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SKing-TRF Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2013
Thanks! :hug:
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Binso Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh my god... !! This is so SO awesome!!  Especially in combination with the whole scenery. Great work!!
You're using Cinema 4D you said? .. is there any tips you could give complete beginners? I've got it for myself, and would love to try it.. but I just don't know where to start with model Rendering. I know the basic interface, but that's about it.


It's VERY very different from 3D Max so I am sort of lost .. urgh.
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SKing-TRF Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2013
Thanks :hug:

Yes, I am using C4D and believe me, is really easy to learn all the basics :)
Tips for begginers? well, is basically play with all the material's channels (how they behave/look), use more than one light source (i.e omni light + sky), use GI and AO (change the settings for different outputs) and is really important to edit the final render in Photoshop/GIMP/etc (modifying brigthness, contrast, curves, etc... this makes a huge difference!), Area Shadows are most realistic but increases render times (use them for main lighting, the others can use Soft Shadows or none) try to equal quality and render times (longer render times =/= better renders). The rest is up to you and your imagination, if you have some specific question just send me a note, I'll reply as soon as I can :)
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brianjosephkory Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2013  Student Artist
What program did you use and is it hard to learn?
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SKing-TRF Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2013
XNALara for posing, Cinema 4D for rendering (the basics are easy to understand and there are plenty of tutorials around, I even made a few :p) and then Photoshop for some editing :)
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El-Fracasor Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Holy Pumpkin! What a wonderful sight =) she's gorgeous!
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