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  • BPReply

    Thanks so much for sharing your work and journey! You are an inspiration!

    January 4, 2017
    • InfiniteReply

      Thank you!

      January 5, 2017
  • TomReply

    Awesome work again infinite! Keep up the posts!

    January 4, 2017
    • InfiniteReply

      Thanks Tom

      January 5, 2017
  • williamReply

    Wow! Really nice work Infinite! I am currently studying photorealism for character in real time and I just found your website, what a chance! :) It would be supert nice if you could share the marmoset scene (and also the unreal project you did for the real-time skin shader). Also, I would like to know, I saw you put a map for the specular but as far as I know, for skin, the specular is not really changing and so it's better to only put a value around 0.35 (from UE4 documentation). Am I wrong or is there any other resaon? Again, awesome result! :)

    January 12, 2017
  • VisitorReply

    Sounds great! I am sure there is plenty of interest in the new data set. Keep up the good work!

    January 13, 2017
  • DymonkReply

    Hi Lee,

    Just paying my great respect here. And have you ever tried skin analysis machine called Visia from Cornfield? I am working on several digital doubles myself but using a hand-painting approach. As far as I know, specular maps are affected greatly by the sss amount(or mix) and the scatter color from your scatter map. Most people are using one constant number or hand-painted map to control those therefore bad result will be generated.

    I went to a local plastic surgery hospital and took a scan of my own face. I saved those scan and studied them hard. Since then I completely changed my way of painting.

    hope this can help you and others to some extent.

    January 24, 2017
    • InfiniteReply

      Thanks, yes we are aware of that type of capture data. Cross polarization is very useful in a similar way, as it allows us to see through the top layer of oil on the skin.

      February 7, 2017
  • Royal WinchesterReply

    Hello my friend! Your results continue to astound. I always smile when I run across your many successes :)
    Still thinking about sharing your new head with the world at large?

    March 2, 2017
    • InfiniteReply

      Thanks Royal! I'm hoping to at some point. Still much to do yet.

      March 2, 2017
  • ZachReply

    Thank you, this is really great information. I would love to learn more about the process and software do you teach too?

    March 27, 2017
    • InfiniteReply

      Pls see my previous reply.

      May 27, 2017
  • ZachReply

    Hey this is really cool. I would love to hear and learn more. Do you teach the process and software?

    March 27, 2017
    • InfiniteReply

      It depends, send us an email.

      May 27, 2017
  • SaadReply

    Amazing work guys. Please share your marmoset toolbag scene! I could play around with the lights on your scan for hours :)

    April 12, 2017
    • InfiniteReply

      We hope to soon.

      May 27, 2017
      • LukasReply

        Yeah, please share it - this seems to be some amazing progress. And we normal people will never have the chance to work on a high quality scan like this.

        Cheers, Lukas

        June 10, 2017
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