Pin Up Girls and 3D Models
By: Franck Genot
Favorite of sailors and soldiers in the Second World War, Pin-up Girls are glamor models and women posing in a sexy manner that men like to look at. The term Pin-up can be traced back to the early 1940s. Painted on the nose of the aircraft or even printed on cards and magazines, these classic Pin-up Girls were romantic sexy Girls you are sure to always remember with: the most commonly Pinup is a beautiful girl with a sensual look on her face and showing a little more skin than usual. In fact, they are idealized versions of what beautiful or attractive woman should look like.
In recent years, Pin up Art has involved into Digital Art with 3D models like Victoria series from DAZ Productions. 3D computer graphics software replaces the easel and brings the Vintage Pin-up Girls into Modern-day Pinups. The whole idea is that graphic artists do not need to have painting and drawing skills. Because the composition follows the same rules as photography or painting, digital artists just need to understand the basics of posing and lighting inside computer graphics software. Artworks feature 3D Human Models with props in a virtual scene and are rendered with computer software like Poser, DAZ Studio or Vue Infinite. This digital composition reproduces the Pin up Art spirit and makes Virtual Girls as sensational as real women. During post-work, such illustrations can be optimized with a little practice of graphics software. Exploring Pinups in more radical ways, 3D Art brings the Classic Vintage Pinups into the 21st century.
Formal Pin-up Art is not dead, it just democratizes! It has only had a new way to digitally synthesize and manipulate Pin-up Girls. The idolized Pin up Girls are recreated with a sub-divided polygonal and a beautiful skin texture map to add the feminine touch. Now, You can create subtle artwork that will spice up your artwork and make any content look amazing and sensual. Finally 3D Pin-up Girls are the modern-day Pinups that hold the Pin up spirit in modeling and Digital Art.
About the Author:
Franck Genot wrote for MyVirtualLady.com, a site that is not online at this time.
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