Icon project for outdoor wear shop. The client asked for something fun but also detailed and realistic. Maya+photoshop.
12 months ago
Impressive, but, tell us the truth... this is a real photo right?
Good work, as always Dash.
Amazing work as always! That's a really interesting yet cool shoe.
@Damian Hernandez thanks but no real photo.. that wouldn't be much fun :)
Hey @Dash, awesome, as always. It would be great if you can share the stepes you followed to achieve that result.
@Dash Good call!
Great details man
Nice. Any 3d in this? Very subtle highlights & shading in it.
Dude. Holy shit.
I wish there was a "programs used" mandatory click through. What'd you use? This is amazing.
Hey man, stop shooting real photos for @Dribbble!
This space is for designers!!! You know, digital work. :) :)
He he, Surreal work man, as always.
Yeah nice but please stop using images :(
Man... I going crazy, when I see all your works!
Cool stuff! How long did it take to model this shoe? Hard surface modeling is quite simple compared to modeling organic geometry like this. I'd guess a week, but in your case: 125 seconds? :D
But, it is 3d? @Taptanium @Dash I'm really interested in knowing more about how he created it (software, tools, images from the process). It's awesome :) We want to do awesome things too! Hahaha.
it is not [shoe icon] it looks real Great job !
so real, I love it!
So slick! Loving it!
Hot dude, I love the toe area of the shoe.
How long do you take to create one of these? I'm curious if it's you who's fast or if it's just one of those rare good clients to work with.
same here I'm curious about how long did this piece take to create!!!! awesome job!
@Javier López @Rodrigo Grundig @Mo Hashim @Taptanium @Ethan Clark I used Maya with MaxwellRender plug-in, and of course a lot of photoshop. I'd say this one took about a week of solid work. 4 days of modeling, texturing (UV mapping) and an extra day for details and comping in photoshop. Hope this helps :)
sounds good thanks!
Wow, this is slick!
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