Batman Statue, Stanislav Klabik (3D)

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Old 03 March 2008   #46
Thanks a lot for c&c

Mannymation-I used Vray Sun and sky with disabled sun and with background plane with vraylight material with background photo, BruteForce+LightCache

musashidan-here is wire of used mesh for sculpting, but with older pose as I show on second and third picture, this was the first pose, but this pictures are with less muscle mass and details. But I must say, that this topology isnīt good choice for sculpting, in my opinion, the best topology for sculpting is topology where the all polygons are identical, because after subdivisions in sculpting software, there are areas with more polygons and this cause problems with smoothing and on the other side, there are areas with less polygons without enough details..

I am glad you like it

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Old 03 March 2008   #47
That's an awesome sculpting work, but the actual render is amazing!
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Old 03 March 2008   #48
very nice, i love it. did you just export the high poly mesh or render with displacment?
reminds me of tom of finland guys.(no disrespect intended to you or tom)
its just the pose, and proportions are very toms guys. even the little smirk.
Old 03 March 2008   #49
Batman looks like he could save the day.

Maybe it's just me but I think the book in the foreground seems to be a little too small in comparison.

Old 03 March 2008   #50
Stunning work, man...

I like the body shape and proportions, but the trapezius is odd at the neck region.

BTW, what's happening with the antialiasing in Vray lately? Nobody seems to realize of the poor quality of the image sampling of the last versions. What do you think?
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Old 03 March 2008   #51
double post

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Old 03 March 2008   #52
Great work! very nice sculping any final execution and congratz to frontpage
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Old 03 March 2008   #53
lorez-yes, this is high poly mesh only with bump with scratch, and about Tom of Finland, I really didnīt know what Tom of Finland mean, I used google and you are right) these guys has same smirk as my batman and similar poses but Batman si a bit dressed up

RobGreg-yeah, is small, like a personal diary or something like that

Shin Chan Pu-yeah, trapezius is dominating muscle on back and shoulders, but I pumped him up, because I wanted more comic stylization, but you are right.didnīt know, I havenīt problem with AA yet, I used Mitchell-Netravali, then I sharpened the image and pumped up the noise, because in my opinion noise add better realism than absolute clean image.

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Old 03 March 2008   #54
That's perfect! I love it.


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Old 03 March 2008   #55
Great job man, I really like every part of model, especially I love way how you had created stretched cloth. Render is also great, unique render of super hero. Five stars from me

By the way I want to see this picture in 3D Choice Awards Gallery
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Old 03 March 2008   #56
What human being has a spine like that???!
Old 03 March 2008   #57
Top quality modelling and very creative presentation. Congrats for being a bit different, it's refreshing to see.

Very worthy of front page placement.
Old 03 March 2008   #58
OOoooo My GOD!

This is really good!

I thought...really thought the background is a photo....and I just focus on how well sculpted the batman is....then after the enjoyment is over I am once again shock that the photo background that I took for granted is 3D!

I wish I can give you 10000 stars for both your anatomical and technical skills SlayerCZ !!!
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Old 03 March 2008   #59
Originally Posted by SlayerCZ: ...didnīt know, I havenīt problem with AA yet, .

Are you sure? Look at the areas I've outlined for you.
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Old 03 March 2008   #60
Damn man, I thought you modeled the statue and put it over a photo for a plate!

Then I saw the wireframe of the whole background. WOW!

Awesome job.
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