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Gantz H-Suit Prototype (F) by Raelsatu Gantz H-Suit Prototype (F) by Raelsatu
Finished reading the manga Gantz somewhat recently, & wanted to do a little tribute. Female version of the typical portrayed [male] hardsuit. 

Modeled in 3ds max, rendered in Octane. Passes used: beauty (PMC), zdepth and material ID.

Few minor mesh/render artifacts to fix, & textures to the suit I may add.


Edit: Thank you all, for the comments & faves. =] Was surprised (and excited) to see this today.


Model based off of the fan art concept
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nnq2603 Featured By Owner Edited Aug 16, 2014
Awesome, and that's a hi-adrenaline manga, too. :thumbsup: great 3d works
HannahEngland Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thought this was a photo for a second and I was wondering how on earth you made that. Saw it was a 3D rendering and I still don't know how on earth you made that. It looks so real! Nice job. Cool design, too.
Warranty4 Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That deserves all the praise it is getting, well done. :)
lilithmondmann Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2014
awesome piece of steel:)
Vasily1 Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2014
spacechurro Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2014  Student Digital Artist
This looks so real! :iconamazedplz:
HisPersonalJoy Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2014
How many hours did you do it with octane? I'm thinking of getting octane myself but still haven't because i don't want to spend THAT much when the render times aren't that different.
Raelsatu Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2014   Digital Artist
I let it render while I slept (I believe I woke up 4 hours in, & most of the noise appeared to be gone) Considering the resolution of the final image I was pretty happy with how it turned out. For testing/preview purposes I usually view at a lower resolution --- waiting between 1 and 10 mins. How quickly the render gathers samples & reduces noise is based on multiple factors though, e.g the number of lights, light placement, camera placement relative to geometry, materials & so on. It's one of my favorites in any case. =}
HisPersonalJoy Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2014
Thanks for that, i just read through octane's stuff and i see that it might complement my incoming card well (just ordered a Leadtek Quadro 2k earlier today, cause this is the only sh** i can afford atm. Sadly i have to wait since apparently workstation graphic cards are NOT common stuff where i'm at)
Jykell Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
There's no way the human's arms are gonna fit in those arms. They could be crossed across the chest or something, while the robot arms are controlled by nerve wire implants.
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