Greg worked this photo more than some of the other ones i've posted. like my first response to him when he sent me the final retouched images was "omg are my bobs really that big?!?!" and he's like "no, i helped a little". i aim to not have much retouching, but to be honest it's usually up to the photographer. i mean, their doing all the work.
Lol I thought so. Great pics none the less. i still don't understand how that thing stays attached. As long as you didn't crazy glue it. Hey, btw, where did you get your 3D training? did you take a course? or do it on your own? I am lookin to take some in the next year or so maybe, but I am wondering if i should take some, or just dabble on my own.
I went to gnomon (gnomonschool.com) for their 2 year CG certificate program and learned SO MUCH. I always drew and stuff on my own, but i learned all my 3d there. and i worked my ass off in school and work my ass off after school. so.. yay! i am really happy that i am working. check out their site. i'm listed under their alumni's, but i have blue hair in the picture. i HIGHLY recommend taking a class because you'll see what other people do and will be pressured to go outside your comfort zone and really excell
Oh wow they even have online one with Polygon Modelling!! See, we have a few up here in canada as well, but I want to make sure i search out every option. I think online will be the best bet for me at the moment as well. I agree as well that you have to work your ass off till you get what you want. I can't find your stuff, but I have seen it all up here, so i know it's wonderful. Thanks hon, you have been a great help in trying to figure things out. I am getting flash under my belt now, and I have done classical Anim. Fine arts, now flash, then 3D. up and up!