Hi everyone.
I'm back with another statue related piece, this time in collaboration with my friend Evelyn.
I've been wanting to make a piece with them for a long time, and we finally got the time to pull this piece together.

I always enjoy working with other artists, I love seeing how everybody's approaches to techniques differ to my own. For example, I was always struck by Evelyn's approach to color grading. It was always significantly more muted than my own work, as I heavily lean on high saturation and vibrancy, but it was never less striking to view. They definitely have a more subtle touch than I do, and their work definitely gives me the urge to attempt something more toned down.

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The statue in this piece is "Statue of a woman, the so-called 'Pudicitia' type", a Roman statue of the Severan Period, currently house at the Statens Museum for Kunst. Scan data provided by ScanTheWorld under public domain license. 

Here's a few shots of my part of the project.
I usually prefer to do the 2nd part of collaborative projects, but in this case, I provided the base of the project. pictured below are the render fresh out of Octane and my first postworking pass before I sent it off to Evelyn. 

Here's a cool closing progress shot, thank you all for looking <3

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