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    Default Conan by Fracture

    Hi guys this is my Comicon entry, I hope you like it!











    Turntable:


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    Amazing job! Well done!!
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    Wow! I am a big fan of Savage Sword of Conan,. You just nailed down the savage spirit of the character. Real nice stuff!

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    Hi,
    thank you guys!
    For anyone interested, here is a small breakdown of the overall process:

    Sculpting:





    Retopology:



    Texturing (Spotlight,Photoshop)



    ..continue..

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    Pose and mood research:



    Hair and fur:



    Render:



    Final shot composition:



    Cu!

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    everything is awesome man!
    I found the fibermesh breakdown very useful!

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    You really captured the spirit of Conan in this piece. Very good!
    "Whoever controls the media, the images, controls the culture." - Allen Ginsberg

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    man ! this would look awesome 3d printed !! congrats !

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    Very interesting breakdown!
    Thanks a lot!
    I have to try something similar for my next character with hair!

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    do you merge all those fibermesh groups after?
    How do you manage to export the fibermesh with the UV´s to another software?

    thanks!

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    @Nazedo: thanks my friend!
    @ErnestoBaxter: I merged the fibers into single subtools: one for the hair, one for the boots, one for the pelvis, one for the eyebrows and a last one for the back fur.
    I used GoZ to export to max, if you whant to have uv generation just apply a texture before you hit "Accept" in the fiber mesh modifier dialog box.
    Once in Max you can move and resize uv, I also used turbosmooth to improve fibers look.

    Here is a closer turntable with wireframe:



    Cu!

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    It tells the story for sure! Everything is amazing about this work. Congrats1!

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    Congrats on the strong entry! The final result tricked me, it took me some time without reading the description of the project to realize it wasn't a comic book cover
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    Thanks a lot guys !!!!

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    Default a little later .......)))))))


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