After a short time away, we're back with another fantastic entry in our weekly workshop community project, where we post a render or animation created by a member of the Cgtuts+ community, and ask you to provide feedback and constructive criticism on their work. It’s a great way to learn more about the intricacies of computer graphics, express your viewpoint, and have your own content critiqued by your fellow artists!
Quick Ground Rules
- Be nice! We’ve deliberately chosen work that isn’t perfect, so please be constructive with any criticism.
- Feel free to offer any type of advice on – Modeling, Texturing, Materials, Lighting, Rendering, Composition, etc.
- You can also link to another render that you feel offers a great example of this type of content done exceptionally well.
So let's take a look, here's this week's entry created by Maximilian Auer!
A Little Background
Hi! My name is Maximilian Auer, I'm 16 years old and from Germany.This is my newest image creation and I would be very happy to hear your opinions about it. It was created with 3D Studio Max, Mudbox and Photoshop. My biggest goal was it to achieve a realistic skin and subsurface scattering effect and to test the workflow between Mudbox and 3ds max.
I hope that you like it and that you can give me some helpful comments so that I can improve my work further. Thanks in advance! And also feel free to visit my website.
Also be sure to check out more of Maximilian's work on his Website
Please let us know what you think in the comments – how would you have approached this project or done things differently? Any thoughts on how it could be improved or taken to the next level. Chime in below!
The most constructive and helpful comments will be featured on the site. Interested in submitting your own video or 3D render? You can do so here! and have your work featured in a future Cgtuts+ Workshop!
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