I love it!
I love it!
Fábio Paiva - http://fabiopaivaart.com/
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Great work. Congratulation for the top row.
I was just wondering jugging by your name......are you Hungarian?
I am definitely digging the leather...i am finally getting into painting leather...I am guessing you used grunge brushes to get the look of the leather ... i love this model
just a small question , on the dials on his chest is that another piece of geo to get the "glass" look on top of the dial texture?
Really love this character. Amazing!
just wondering why the retopology between the final Zbrush Sculpt and the renderable model_ as far as i can tell u just included some of the cloth folds on the mesh...did you do this just for optim purposes or rigging maybe...i ask this because most of the time i just decimate my models for rendering and retopo only if the shape gets too sterctched or it is for rigging
hi guys, sorry for the late reply.
Thank you all for the support and great replies !
@TiMrozek, i've imagined for the big hand something like a fire or electricity spitting hand and the boiler on the back is something that feeds the hand like a manna recipient
@HipoPapi, i'm not Hungarian,i'm Romanian, but yeah my name is Hungarian, as my father was half Hungarian
@tyrellcorp, yeah I've used some cylindrical covers with a glass material for those to have good reflections.
@ gasoil, yes on the retopo models i've included some of the folds from the high model, as they keep the shape better than just the lower sub plus normal, and for having cleaner topology(for rigging and less poly count and all that:d )
Thanks again !
Here is a small breakdown of the work flow for modelling and texturing of the big hand.:
if you wonder why the standard brush is called AndreiStandard , it is because i did a bit of customization, as i've decreased the focal shift to-24 and added a bit of gravity like 32 or soand save it as a preset.
this is so mind blowing !! Your texture work is soo good.
apparantly, it's exactly what i do as workflow some time ago, excepted some part that i didn't know about brush stuff.
friend how I can retopology my models? cose I cant texture clear mode when I get back my obj models to 3ds max thank
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love the wear and tear textures on this dude.