Tyrion Lannister Game Of Thrones Fan Art (Videos Added P1)

Hello everyone.

Its been a while since iv posted anything, and thought this would be a good piece to come back on. I modeled him in Cinema 4D r18, Sculpted him, texture painted, and made the clothing clasps in Zbrush. Hope you like him, any questions or comments are welcome. I will upload some Zbrush workflows I use later on.

Final

Wires-Overlay

Fresh Cuts

Actual size crop

Grey AO

Eye Grey AO

Hair-Layers

Attachments

zsee3.jpg

actual size.jpg

zsee2.jpg

Here are two more renders which where left slightly longer, and have a more warm tint, and cold one. There is slightly less frizz on the hair in these renders. These where rendered in C4D with Vray4C4D v3.5.



Warm


Cold

Thanks, Dan

I love Tyrion, I hope nothing happens to him in GOT I will kill myself if any thing happens to him. by the way nice work cool. awesome

Thanks, glad you like him. I think he will be the only one to survive.:wink:

Dan

Here is some info on my Process.

Modeling

I use simple poly by ply modeling for precise control. I wont try to add detail to areas like nose and ears until I sub divide the mesh once which becomes my final base mesh.
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Hair Cinema 4D

Hair wise it was 9 layers for best control. I use maps for density, and thickness as well as the clumping within the hair material. Watch these videos on clumping and thickness maps.

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Sculpting:

I store the original state of the base mesh within Zbrush using a feature called store morph target. I then sub devide and sculpt base secondary level forms which does not include high skin details. I then on another layer sculpt high details.

Painting:

In Zbrush I project paint a photo, this will not be what I use in the render but I use it as a color pallet in which I use the colour picker to hand paint over the mode. By the time Im finished there will be no photo projection left other than the odd patch here and here.

The reason why I dont use photo projection for my final is because I want the skin sculpting pores to match the diffuse colour, and being that I dont use the photo projection to extract skin details from, and use XYZ textures for displacment detail I do the following.

1: Finish hand painting model. Use skin detail layer to mask by cavity, inverse mask and fill in with darker tone. This then makes the diffuse colour complement the real skin details.


Post work:

I render a number of layers keeping the 3 lights that produce specular as their own pass. This lets me control spec from each light, and paint more or less spec on these layers. . Being as the rim light highlights the hair edges, I add a colour filter to this to push a deeper colour into it.

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