John Locke - LOST, Eduardo Oliden (3D)

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  03 March 2007
Terrific work mate , seems a tad too bright and should add John's scar down his right eye

  03 March 2007
Very good work Edu. I like the modeling and the textures

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  03 March 2007
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very very nice job _________3star
  03 March 2007
Good work a 5 star image to be sure, cant wait for more,

  03 March 2007
Locke is my favorite Cool hope to see an animation soon
  03 March 2007
*is falling down of the chair*

Impressive !! really ! Like a photo ! very very impressive.

Five stars for me.

How did you make him so real ?? textures ? lights ? How many path of texture did you use ?
An how many times did it take you for all the work ?
  03 March 2007
Gread work, I had a double take.

Actually to me the bump looks like real skin.. DOF might need a little tweaking
  03 March 2007
Good likeness and fairly accurate model, but how much of the "realness" is from the texture and shading already present in the original photo? Your lighting scheme is almost identical to the photo. And the texture map looks like it was added straight on from the photo with front projection mapping. It's even the same angle. I'd be much more impressed if you could do a render from another angle and the model was just as good. Still, well done.
  03 March 2007
Great face modeling!!
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  03 March 2007

looks awesome, I dont think the bump map needs tuning down at all, The quadrangle in the eye reflection is noticeable, but so what, the render is freaking awesome. great stuff!
  03 March 2007
Great work Eduardo!

  03 March 2007
Why is this image causing reproduction

Now it may sound like I'm a hater- but the truth is I am really amazed by this piece of art. What strikes me funny is that I keep seeing images of Locke in digital art- seems like everybody wants to do a recreation. maybe its the whole bald thing- I know I would prefer not having to worry about hair. Anyways- this image is amazing- nothing but love.

Actually one more question- how do you do it? I mean- it amazes me how some works like this are so much like the real person- what kind of things are you looking for when you try to capture thier character.... I assume its a lot more then just tracing. Why does your image look so right... but other works, even so called pro works (the Rock in the Mummy returns comes to mind) look so wrong?

Congrats on the top shelf. 5 stars
  03 March 2007
Oh my.... That is Soo realistic! simply amazing...
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  03 March 2007
Thank you for all your commets.

The picture don´t have any special secret. I´ve used part of the photograph I´ve use as reference for the texture and complete it with others. I need him to look ok all sides because now I´m working on the facial setup to make a small animation with him (maybe someone call him and he turns the head and do some gestures, I don´t know). That means that I still can add or change some of the things all you comment me: turn down a little bit the bump, the reflection of the eye, too much light in the head,........and of course add the scar in the right eye, jajajaja.

Now I´m finishing a proyect were I work so I don´t have much time to do things at home, but I´ll finish asap.

Thank you again

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  03 March 2007

Absolutely beautiful work...the textures are impressive

Congrats..Well done my friend!!

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