We've finally hit the 50th submission in our Cgtuts+ Workshop community project! Over the past year and a half, we've seen some amazing entries. From images and animations, to shorts and demo reels, the Cg workshops have showcased some truly inspiring work.
The Cgtuts+ community has grown into one of the most talented, awesome communities anywhere online. And you've proved it time and time again, by offering your advice, critiques and feedback to your fellow artists through these workshops.
To mark the milestone, we have another fantastic image titled "Lost" from workshop regular, Bernhard Poppe. Bernhard's been contributing to our workshops since #23 when he submitted his awesome "Gollum" character, and again with his "Modern Cat" image in workshop #39.
So once again, feel free to jump in and offer up your opinions and advise! And here's to fifty more!
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 get to it, here's this week's entry created by Bernhard Poppe!
A Little Background
Hi! This is my third Cgtuts+ Workshop submission (previously I submitted "Gollum" and "Modern Cat")
I'm Bernhard Poppe, I'm 17 years old and from Austria. This image is called "Lost", and I created it for an exhibition. The robot was modeled using Maya (and just a little bit of ZBrush.) The textures were made in Photoshop, the image was rendered in Maya using MentalRay, and finally, it was composed in Photoshop.
Also be sure to check out more of Bernhard'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!
Interested in submitting your own video or 3D render? You can submit your own work here to have it featured in a future Cgtuts+ Workshop!
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