No More Dragons!

architecture
characters
modeling
(Oleg Zherebin) #1

Hi guys! This scene was assembled in Blender 2.8 and rendered in Cycles. Eevee was used for setting up accurate lights and shaders. I also had some fun time exploring Blender internal physics simulations such as fire, hairs/fur and snow. Scene created by using our Medieval Pack. For that project I wanted to create something different from Crusaders theme, just to show that models from pack are easy to customize and at the end you could have completely different story. I was just needed to make King, Dragon and few props.

More information on:
https://www.bigmediumsmall.com/

My Artstation:

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(Oleg Zherebin) #2
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(Oleg Zherebin) #3

Eevee turntable of one of the characters in realtime

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(0rAngE) #4

That looks stunning!!
Straight out of a cinematic. A high end one :slight_smile:

Great work throughout with everything!

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(kabu) #5

Great scene!
Great details and the faces are believable.
What is the pack you’re talking about?

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(Photox) #6

So awesome to see a scene with so many characters, incredible job!

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(Emir Sinan Gürlek) #7

Models and renders look fantastic @OlegZherebin ! Please consider adding artstation, gumroad and website links to your first post related to this.

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(Patrik) #8

Just beautiful work.

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(Oleg Zherebin) #9

Thanks a lot guys! Really appreciate it. Added more details to the post as well as some links.

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(Piotr Adamowicz) #10

Excellent work!

Though if you wanted to show off your asset pack, you should have gone for something brighter maybe :wink:

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(Oleg Zherebin) #11

A little more of the development process:

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(1D_Inc) #12

Seems like you are using Group Pro?

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(Oleg Zherebin) #13

Yeah I love Group Pro, it’s really handy, especially with very complex scenes, one of the best addons out there.

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(1D_Inc) #14

We are firing people that uses group pro, and asking developers to implement it in master while 2.8 is in developement to stop that mess.

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(Rafael Rodríguez) #15

The result is awesome. Congrats Blender friend!

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(Bart Veldhuizen) #16

I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend!

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