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    Hey,

    thought I'd share some of the work I did for Warner Bros' "The Dark Knight Rises" character style guide a few years ago;

    Sculpted and UV'ed/textured in Zbrush (pre fibre- and dynamesh, Z-remesher and all that goodness, mind you - so the hair was sculpted merely as a placeholder), with some basemesh work done in Lightwave Modeler, and finally rendered in Lightwave Layout.

    Environment mattepaintings and postwork done in Photoshop.

    Added some clay/plastic renders to show the form of the sculpture without all the materials and textures.

    Due to the high secrecy during the making of the film, these were executed with fairly limited reference material provided, so you will find some discrepancies to the final film material.
    Some features of the characters were purposefully exaggerated.

    Hope you find it of value - cheers!



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    This is amazing!!! !

    SUperb!!!
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    Im not a very active in writing posts and else, but the work here in ZBcentral its amazing,
    very inspiring!



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    freaking killah stuff !!
    AVAILABLE FOR FREELANCE

    MY ARTSTATION

    MY BLOGSPOT

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    WOW!!!! really amazing work!!!

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    VERY cool work!!
    Cheers,
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    This is amazing! The bat bike was also done in zbrush? I would love to see some wireframes of the characters Keep up the amazing work!

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    came back for another gander ...those renders are beautiful!!!
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    damn... cool stuff.

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    Gorgeous!!!! Bat Girl,especially!

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    Congrats on top row!!! well deserved!!
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    Really awesome work!

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    Talking Thank you!

    Wow - thanks everyone for the nice feedback, and for the honor of a place amongst the great talent in the Top Row gallery!
    @Andre_Lopes:
    The Batpod was made mostly in Lightwave as back then I was more comfortable doing all the hardsurface and basemesh work there (using the slow but very accurate polygon/vertex editing tools Modeler offers).
    I'd import them into Zbrush for assembly and final detail work.
    I will see if I can dig out the old meshes and post some wireframes / low subdiv shots. Cheers!

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    Looking awesome Per

    And congrats on top row, well deserved!

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