Call of Juarez - The Cartel II, Peter Kolus (3D)


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Title: Call of Juarez - The Cartel II
Name: Peter Kolus
Country: Poland
Software: 3ds max, Photoshop, VRay

Hello !

There is another image for long-term client Ubisoft
made to promote new shooter - Call of Jaurez: The Cartel.

Hope you like it!

Full info:

Agency: Ars Thanea
Design Director: Peter Jaworowski
Lead 3D Artist: Piotr Kolus
Character Modeler: Marcin Klicki
Simulation: Anna Mierzejewska, Piotr Kolus
Digital Artists: Michal Andrzej Dziekan, Karol Kolodzinski, Michal Lisowski
Retoucher: Peter Jaworowski, Karol Kolodzinski
Production Manager: Marcin Molski


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and some more images:

Detail:




3D:


#3

Excellent work! :thumbsup: Love especially the modeling of the folds - extremely skilled! Poses look somewhat heroically static and hair like freshly styled, but probably intended to get the manner of painted movie posters.

Congrats to the whole team!


#4

excellent work indeed.
pozdrawiam!


#5

Another awesome piece of promo art, well done to you and your team!


#6

Very good work again Piotr, both images (this one and the previous art) are spot on :slight_smile:

Cobra 6


#7

Great work guys!

I love the atmosphere of the scene, the camera angle, the colors and the models are awesome.

Keep up the good work!! (As always)

Cheers!


#8

I’ts really a great piece of art.

I like very much the ambient, the atmosphere in it. When I was a kind a I always though those concept art/illustrations were screen-shots from the game… Always wondered “how” when I went through all the game and didn’t see such scene :rolleyes:

Again, amazing Peter. I’m a fan of Ars Thanea’s artworks.


#9

very great work!!, many compliments!!:applause:


#10

thanks you for c&c :thumbsup:


#11

wow surprise again/

excellent work ./

please explain a little about hair systems in this work

thanks


#12

This looks really great, I was wondering though… What kind of poly counts are these characters, after baking and such?


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