August 24, 2017 8:00 AM
by Editor in Chief
It seems that it's not easy--although possible--to find Blender artists who have succeeded in pulling off convincing CG humans even among experienced Blender users. A young artist, however, come very close to creating a convincing CG human with Blender. Check out her story as to how she did it.
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So, it is with great pleasure that www.BlenderNews.org introduces to you the winner of the Render of the Week Award for the week of August 21, 2017: Tamás Török.
I started working with Blender as a hobbyist twelve years ago. Although I studied as a computer engineer, I loved 3D graphics even more so I made a portfolio with my renders and 5 years ago I got a full-time job as 3D modeler.
Currently, I create educational real time 3D graphics with Unity. I'm happy to finish a new render because I missed 3D rendering so much!
Basically, I took on this project as a challenge. I was wondering what I could do with Cycles and the fur shader. To be honest it was harder than I thought and I've spent way more time to create this than I wanted but I'm happy with the result. I could fix small things on this image for the rest of my life but I ran out of patience so I just posted it. Modelled with Blender, textured and sculpted with Mudbox, rendered with Cycles and some color-correction with PS.
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