Royal Portrait, Carlson Woon (3D)


#1

Title: Royal Portrait
Name: Carlson Woon
Country: Malaysia
Software: After Effects, Maya, Photoshop, ZBrush

After the Sea Dragon, this is another piece of concept from Bobby and Kei. Purpose I done this have 2. Firstly, trying to build something more difficult in detailing. Secondly, I would like to congratz to Bobby and Kei for their married by using this. I modified some from concept like adding ring to them, change king hair to shorter and dark brown, done a lighting like sunrise. I hope this changes could showing that a good start for a new pair of married people. This is special for them and hope they will long live together and full of happiness :slight_smile:

Here a close up on king and queen

C & C are always appreciate. :smiley:


#2

pretty cool work :wink:


#3

all smiles over this image!


#4

so nice work! vote it :bowdown::slight_smile:


#5

Hey guys! glad you like it! :smiley:

ZawZaw, thank you for the vote! :beer:


#6

Superb!!! Very nice work!


#7

Very funny and good detail level. Even the queen’s lipstick has a heart shape. Congrats!


#8

nice image, like the chars alot.
you could add some anisotropic pattern to the reflective cloth parts, they look to plastic at the moment.


#9

Awesome my friend! very great modeling! :smiley: Cheers!


#10

Guys, thank you for all the comments!
Vic- thanks my friend! :beer:


#11

nice character modeling! cool! lol


#12

cool characters and rendering !


#13

wow ,very cool, i like it verty much


#14

very nice ! i like it
best regards
R./°


#15

Great work! What was the render engine that you used?


#16

Appreciate you guys like it :smiley:

Delcio- I am using maya MentalRay to render :slight_smile:


#17

Very plausible royal family. Good job. Very funny


#18

Very good portrait, you’ve put a lot of work in it, congrats! I like the characters :thumbsup:
Only thing that I can critique is the lighting, I think you can soften a bit the dark shadow above them and tweak the lights intensity from both directions.


#19

Good work, I like the texturing embroidery detail on some of the fabric, and the day-light creeping in on the left. The King’s trousers and the round wooden objects at the top of the image look a bit plasticy, but apart from that nice texture work.


#20

Excellent work!