Monday, 26 November 2012

Queen's Lair: Bed and Lanterns

So far the modeling stage of the project is going quite slowly but forward.

1. Queen's bed:
                          I don't want to say: 'The bed is in the background of my scene so I don't have to work
                          on it too long'. All elements are important, though at this stage I'm going to move
                          forward, eventually coming back to the bed later.
                          TIME.


2. Lanterns: 
                      Again few more versions here as I am not quite sure if any of these look good enough. 
                      If I had to choose one right now and here I would go for number 6, though number 
                      1 seems to be fine too. 


Any feedback would be appreciated.

5 comments:

  1. It looks like a great start to the bed. :) Don't worry too much about it. We know you'll come back to it and make it perfect later :D And I really like lantern number 6. Something about it seems 'real'. (For want of a better way to put it.) Keep it up :)

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  2. hey the beds looking good dont worry about it too much Sammy! and with the lanterns I really like the parts that stick out on 4 maybe you could merge it with 6? see what kind of design you get

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  3. the bed looks so inviting..how did you get the creases in the duvet to look so good! i like lantern 6, but also 3's bottom detail. good work :)

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  4. for me, I like lanterns 1 - 3 because somehow they evoke the goddess more so than lanterns 5 and 6, which just feel a bit more masculine - to be honest, a mix of styles would lend a sense of luxury and layerings of texture and touch to her boudour, and I think they need some fringing and glass beads etc around their bottoms (but I'm sure you're onto this already!).

    http://www.places-to-go.org.uk/Photos/chinatown_lanterns.jpg
    http://www.travelblog.org/Photos/3251421

    Can't wait to see you exploring all the glow effects and lighting etc. Onwards!

    Oh - and I can't help feeling that your character would have loads of cushions on her bed! A ridiculous amount!

    It suddenly occurred to me that maybe you should take a look at the 'elephant room' interior from Baz Lurhmann's Moulin Rouge! A great example of that plush, over-the-top decorative style...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jzZWz2zhCxQ

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