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    wow man u really brought out the psycho side out of him i love it good luck hope u win love this the jocker!

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    Greta piece. Could do with a background to really set the scene.

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    aside from it being a brilliant image and model, i'm amazed at the render you got out of zbrush and also the very convincing clothing fabric.

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    what a brilliant piece! Congratz!
    So much life and character, especially with all the small things adding so much to it

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    Cool!
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    Great one!!
    you're always one step beyond


    congratulazioni davvero, ho visto solo ora perchè ero rimasto senza corrente per 5 giorni
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    Great work Danko !!!!!!!!!
    Top row super well deserved !!!!!!
    GRANDEEE!!!!!!!

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    lol The Joker is looking great Danko and materials are rendered really nice. Top row!
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    Nice Job, my friend!

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    Terrific job on this!!!

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    wow so many comments, it's becoming hard to reply to all
    @Maxter: thanks mate!
    @InkySpot: thanks! the result will be known in some days, but the competition is full of great works from great friends
    @jmenna: thanks man! i love your works so this is an honour!
    @Kc-Production: no matter how it will end, it was fun to compete and to have fun modeling it.
    @Nazedo: thanks man, now hurry up and finish your work also following DrDanko suggestions on render
    @MmAaXx: eh ma il tuo non è mica da meno!
    @sculptor.zb: thanks man!
    @SolidSnakexx: man you know you are one of my favs zbrushers, so every time you comment one of my works this is a real honour!
    @rolilli: youre welcome man! i hope you like it!
    @Jerick: thanks
    @piz: thanks piz, i couldn't believe this
    @gwainbarek: thanks!
    @njorog3: thanks mate, i will keep you updated with the contest
    @Goobatastic: i tried to set a background, but as the model is colorful and i wanted to drive the attention on him i preferred in the end to give a clean environment
    @The Namek: thanks man, the lightcap helped a lot in creating a convincing diffuse pass, and this is the key factor for this render. and then playing with the settings i extracted the other passes that i comped later in ps. for the cloth, i used the technique of painting in ps the fabric texture and then applying it as a displacement map (not real deformation), saving me also from having a super dense mesh on clothes.
    @Darukin: actually i am a bit busy having to close about a dozen of jobs (to finish this joker i slowed down some work, and now this is the result!!!), but i will find 30 minutes in the following week to create a step by step video showing the breakdown for the render and compositing part, seems complicated but as already said above, once you get a cool diffuse lighting the rest is only a matter of finding the right mix for specular and reflections (and sss and eventually fresnel). i used basically 3 simple standard material (a 100%diffuse, a 100%specular and a 100% environment reflection), a fast overlay to drive a mask for sss and fresnel, and a modified framer to create a cavity render.
    @FabioPaiva: thanks!
    @Teomaco: grazie caro!
    @fra: grazie fratturio! mo tocca a te però!
    @Gurjeet Singh: thanks man!
    @rudymassar: thanks for the comment man!
    @Cherea: grazie amico mio!
    @Nickolasnm: thanks mate!
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    Excellent!!
    Happy ZBrushing! Greetings, Dominiek.



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    Surprenant et inspirant!
    Great work!
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    very nice/clean work. the cloth is pretty amazing sculpt and material. good stuff

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