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Yuki Terai: Tokyo Labyrinth 3d Cg Illustration Collection epub

by Ken-Ichi Kutsugi


Yuki Terai: Tokyo Labyrinth 3d Cg Illustration Collection epub

ISBN: 4948759333

ISBN13: 978-4948759336

Author: Ken-Ichi Kutsugi

Category: Comics and Graphics

Subcategory: How To Create Comics & Manga

Language: English

Publisher: Digital Manga Inc; First Edition edition (March 1, 2003)

Pages: 88 pages

ePUB book: 1397 kb

FB2 book: 1779 kb

Rating: 4.4

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Terai Yuki has had become a part of history as being one of the predecessors of Vocaloid and Miki Miku Dance(Don't . Back in 2002, artist Kutsugi Ken-ichi released his latest 3D book based on his model "Terai Yuki" which he used the software "Shade".

Terai Yuki has had become a part of history as being one of the predecessors of Vocaloid and Miki Miku Dance(Don't quote me on the dates, guys. She's pretty old but I don't know for sure which came first. She's been featured in Men's Magazines, Movies, music and more, and I wanted to explore a bit of her history, so I bought the book. I have to tell you, the artist who did the work did an excellent job of merging a 3D figure into realistic images. Kutsugi became an inspiration to many manga-style artists who took their 2D creations and made them to 3D.

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Yuki Terai is the number one virtual idol in Japan who can sing and dance. DMD is proud to offer this exclusive new book by one of the masters of 3D CG illustration. Her celebrity status has produced appearances in magazines, advertisements, TV shows, photo books, CDs, videos, DVDs, videogames and all kinds of other products! She even has her own producer and agency managing her appearances. For those who have not heard of Yuki Terai, just know that this incredible new hardcover book features 3D artwork so realistic, you won't be able to tell where reality ends and CG wizardry begins.

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I bought this book because I own the Smithmicro/E-frontier version of this 3D model. I was fascinated by this character's unique background in the Poser world. Terai Yuki has had become a part of history as being one of the predecessors of Vocaloid and Miki Miku Dance(Don't quote me on the dates, guys... She's pretty old but I don't know for sure which came first.) She's been featured in Men's Magazines, Movies, music and more, and I wanted to explore a bit of her history, so I bought the book.

I have to tell you, the artist who did the work did an excellent job of merging a 3D figure into realistic images. The book is in English but this is a picture book --there are very few words in it. The artist managed to capture the look and feel of a real person without her seeming like a doll posed in a picture. They only thing that could have been better didn't really exist at the time these photos were made. If had access to the 3D Technology of today --things we know about skin texturing now like specular maps and subsurface scattering, it would have been transcendent!

If you're a fan of 3D, I think you will like taking a look at this. If you're new to 3D I think you might be inspired to see what you can do to improve upon it. I'm glad I purchased it.
I've always been interested in the 3D Model renders that would come from Japan.

My first introduction would be Kyoko Date. A 3D model that had a CD single release and the label tried to make her the first 3D pop star back in 1996.

Several years later, I ran into a "Tokyo Pop Magazine" special feature on Terai Yuki by artist Kutsugi Ken-ichi.

Back in 2002, artist Kutsugi Ken-ichi released his latest 3D book based on his model "Terai Yuki" which he used the software "Shade".

Kutsugi became an inspiration to many manga-style artists who took their 2D creations and made them to 3D. During that time, to read about an artist who started utilizing Photoshop and then 3D software was really amazing.

Kutsugi's Terai was one of more popular 3D generated models that you would see in various publications, calendars, CD and DVD releases before becoming a model that people could use for the 3D modeling software "Poser".

The first photobook released was "Shangri*La" and the second photobook "Yuki Terai - TOKYO LABYRINTH" featuring really cool 3D renders of Terai Yuki in realistic settings.

Although this is an older 3D book, if you are a person who likes to take your 3D renders in Poser and put them in realistic settings can definitely use this book as inspiration and ideas.

For me, personally, I have used this book to come up with ideas for my Poser renders.

A cool resource or nostalgic 3D book. Technology for those who like to dabble in model renders has improved so much since this book has been released. But this book does show how a 3D model can be placed in a realistic setting and how lighting can be used effectively.