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    Default Morgan freeman for Dark knight rises(Mobile game)

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    Here are some modelling and rendering I made for Dark knight rises(Mobile game).
    Just watched the moive Friday. very nice, but not good as last one
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    very cool! great likeness

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    Wow man!!! this is truly awesome! looks almost like a 3d scan!
    maybe this has been asked you a 100 times,but how did you render this? what software and maybe settings?
    I understand if you dont feel like answering

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    love it maaan great likeness

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    Wow!
    So lifelike, you've captured his likeness perfectly. If only you could catch his awesome voice too
    One of my favourite actors. This is TOP ROW material, simple as that.
    Great effort, well done.


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    Default Why indent the eyes?

    I really like your likeness. I do have one question though - I noticed that you and others seem to indent the eye's iris and pupil. Why do you do that rather than the old way of painting in the iris and pupil on the ball of the eye?
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    Now thats something that deserves Top Row.

    Well done.

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    Default Well done

    Excellent. One of the best likenesses I've seen in ZBrush. As for Batman Rises I agree with you. They could have cut out half an hour but I thought it was really good. And it has a good ending too. Thanks for posting.
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    thank you guys

    CookieMonster: i dont really have some special trick on this.just model in zb. render by vray,I used sss2fast shader.got displacement map from zb.But I do spent a lot of time on sculpture.

    jit_gohil: he is my favor actor too.

    LD : to indent pupil is come from tranditional sculpture skill.

    bLawless: I feel the same way.

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    Default another character from The dark knight rises


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    5 stars for Freeman wow..
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    Your Morgan Freeman is outstanding! Great likeness!
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    (My question was: I noticed that you and others seem to indent the eye's iris and pupil. Why do you do that rather than the old way of painting in the iris and pupil on the ball of the eye?)


    "LD : to indent pupil is come from traditional sculpture skill."

    Thanks for your reply. My next question is: How do you paint over the indented iris and pupil? Do you fill them in first?
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    I would have to say, the Freeman likeness is spot on!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LD View Post
    (My question was: I noticed that you and others seem to indent the eye's iris and pupil. Why do you do that rather than the old way of painting in the iris and pupil on the ball of the eye?)


    "LD : to indent pupil is come from traditional sculpture skill."

    Thanks for your reply. My next question is: How do you paint over the indented iris and pupil? Do you fill them in first?
    that is just for model. I changed it to last model as sphere.

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