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Old 01 January 2014   #1
Perlman, Lee Davies (3D)



Title: Perlman
Name: Lee Davies
Country: Ireland
Software: ZBrush, Maya, mental ray, Photoshop
Submitted: 23rd January 2014

This started off as a quick zbrush sketch of Ron Perlman as Hellboy, which sat unfinished on my machine for ages until I eventually got the chance to revisit it. -After watching Sons of Anarchy on TV, I decided to portray him as Clay Morrow instead (as there seem to be lots of Hellboy tributes already). It's been a while since I've had the time and opportunity to concentrate on a personal foilio image, so I had a lot of fun with this one. Comments welcome!
 
Old 01 January 2014   #2
Wow! This is pretty awesome. I like the references to Hellboy on the bike. Grats!
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Old 01 January 2014   #3
Great job!!!
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Old 01 January 2014   #4
Ha! Great character. The purple-hued lighting seems a bit out of place though, considering the hdri is visible in the reflection of the headlight fairing.

Great job mate.
 
Old 01 January 2014   #5
Thanks for the comments! Dan -you're absolutely right about the hdri; I considered swapping out the map I used, but since I wasn't aiming for realism -I let it slide. Glad you like it, Cheers!

Last edited by leemale : 01 January 2014 at 10:02 AM.
 
Old 01 January 2014   #6
Not sure how to describe it... but the colors look "yummy"..
 
Old 01 January 2014   #7
I love it. Great character and bike.
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Old 01 January 2014   #8
Alhaitham, Dylan -Thank you!
 
Old 01 January 2014   #9
great one
 
Old 01 January 2014   #10
cool!

Is that a spongebob tattoo? lol
 
Old 01 January 2014   #11
Great to see you getting plugged Lee - well deserved man, this is top notch work. Spot-on likeness!
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Old 01 January 2014   #12
Excellent work!
i have a question, have you used a HDRI to light the scene or just for the reflections? can you share your lighting setup, i couldn't read your technique for lighting !
Again congrats, Awesome details !
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Old 01 January 2014   #13
Thanks!

Thanks Mohamed!

Tim -It is indeed I spent a while looking at various tattoo websites for inspiration. -The two I picked are actual real world designs.

Phil -Cheers for the support as ever, -nice one! Ron Perlman is a gift to caricature; he's got one of the most distinctive and easily recognisable faces in Hollywood.

IsmaiL: The HDRI was used primarily for the reflections on the shiny/chrome parts of the bike, although it does provide illumination for the scene as well.
Ron is lit by three main spots/mr area lights, (nothing fancy), whilst the background is mostly illuminated via hdri/final gather (with an additional small spotlight to pick out the hydrant from the shadow).
I also applied a couple of small spot lights in other areas to pick out details such as the wrench, forearm and sock, but these provide no notable scene illumination.

Finally some minor tweaking was applied in post using photoshop to tweak overall colour balance etc, but nothing too elaborate.
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Old 01 January 2014   #14
Originally Posted by leemale:
IsmaiL: The HDRI was used primarily for the reflections on the shiny/chrome parts of the bike, although it does provide illumination for the scene as well.
Ron is lit by three main spots/mr area lights, (nothing fancy), whilst the background is mostly illuminated via hdri/final gather (with an additional small spotlight to pick out the hydrant from the shadow).
I also applied a couple of small spot lights in other areas to pick out details such as the wrench, forearm and sock, but these provide no notable scene illumination.

Finally some minor tweaking was applied in post using photoshop to tweak overall colour balance etc, but nothing too elaborate.


thank you Lee for the explanation.
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Old 02 February 2014   #15
Good job like it!
 
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