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Shee 3D Reference for modeling

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This is the lovely Model: Shee. I asked her to do some reference poses during a photoshoot, so that I could use it for 3D referencing for modeling. I am offering it as stock for a limited time to help other artists by providing them with reference.

You can download the image and cut it into slices for your image planes while sculpting or building your model.

All I ask as with all my stock is that you give credit to myself and the models.

Credits:
Model: Shee

Photographer: Bryan Crump :iconcrumpstock:
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Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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This is part of a stock art series:


If you wish to use it, you have permission, but you must give credit to

me as the photographer: Bryan Crump :iconcrumpstock:
[link]

I also ask that you have a link back to my portfolio here so that

others may find stock photos to use as well.

Some stock will be people, animal, objects, etc. I will have new and

old photos on here. I decided to make a lot of my older photography

stock art since I am on to creating new things and have diversed

myself. I know that a lot of photographers, artists and graphic artists

need photos for reference and projects from time to time. So it is my

goal to be someone that helps. I ask that when you use my photos, when

you use ones that feature models. Please not only credit me, but credit

the model listed even if a link to an online portfolio is not provided.

I have worked with many models TFCD over the years and they have put a

lot of hard work into the photos as have I. So since I am offering

these pictures to help you. It would only be respectful to give credit.

I would also like to see any work inspired by the use of the images so

please email of give a link to the produced work. My intention is to

help other artists with reference materials for many things. I will be

uploading textures, figure, all sorts of stuff.

Thank you in advance.

Support the artist by buying prints of the stock. I will eventually be

offering packs of stock photos.

Sincerely,
Bryan Crump
Image details
Image size
1800x2160px 2.58 MB
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 20D
Shutter Speed
1/40 second
Aperture
F/3.5
Focal Length
18 mm
ISO Speed
800
Date Taken
Oct 7, 2004, 7:56:02 AM
Published:
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senwiz's avatar
Very hard to find good reference images. Thanks
RedPleco's avatar
TY Very Much I am new to 3D modeling and it is so hard to find a good front and side profile of the face
harishc's avatar
very nice reference.
Sahmito's avatar
3d reference with sexy lingerie... coooool :heart: :shocked: :heart:
Silverstar3's avatar
Thank you! T-poses are so hard to find
alvesan's avatar
OH MY GOD!
This is PERFECT for some artist like me!
I only can THANK YOU! Please... don't stop your job! It's very very VERY important for all 3D artist and lovers about beautiful photographic art!

THANKS!!!!
And keep a good JOB!
CONGRATULATIONS!
ChrissaBug's avatar
Thank you so much for this. I've been looking everywhere for good reference like this to use in Maya.
hoppopngo's avatar
holy! thanx so much!
ZenRumi's avatar
it is very useful, but it should be in the vitruvian man pose and you should have a back view; cause it be better for modeling.
Kittyn-Galleries's avatar
Awesome! This will be so useful. Just starting to learn low poly modeling in 3ds Max. Thanks for sharing this!
vijay3dmodeler's avatar
thanks a lot, am searching the reference for 3d lady modeling finaly i got, tq.....
ChrRambow's avatar
Thank you very much for offering modeling references for us 3d artists!

I really apprechiate that you shot some when
you got some time in your sessions.

Keep up the fantastic work.

and thank you again :)
ynpye's avatar
i could recommend some poses too :D
MadPumpkin's avatar
Don't think he knew what you and I are both thinking xD
crumpstock's avatar
feel free, I have a ton of images I am working on and when i shoot with new models, I can keep poses in mind
Username06's avatar
thanks this is very useful but she should be in the same pose as Leonardo da Vinci's Vitruvian Man.
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