Vintage Gentleman

Hi everyone,

Based on awesome concept art from Max Grecke . Almost done enterely in Blender, I had to do some topology and uvs stuff in other software due the lack of specific tools in Blender. Substance Painter for texturing and Cycles for render.
Hope you like it.
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I featured you on BlenderNation, merry Christmas!

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Thank you Bart!

I am very grateful to be featured on BlenderNation.

Merry Christmas

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You’re on the #featured row! :+1:

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dude looks high as sh***. Good job. Love it.

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Thank you again Bart! I can´t believe, I really appreciate.

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Thank you LRosario!

Very cool work. I particularly love the lighting. Very atmospheric. :+1:

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Thank you Metin, it is very simple setup. It consist of five lights. I didn’t use any backgroud environment light. I painted the background in Photoshop and composite then in Nuke. The depth of field was make in composite as well, with a Z depth pass and ZDefocus node.

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Very nice, thanks for the explanation!

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Really nice! He’d fit right in if he were a character in the game Dishonored. I love it.

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Thaks norka. I’m not sure this character fit very well in a Dishonored game, I don’t play yet, but I see that game less cartoony and more realistic-stylized.

Great work, congrats.

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Thanks ozgur! It takes me many hours, but I think the final result whort it.

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This is awesome! Love the Victorian painting type feel.

Did you sculpt and then do retopology or is it all done in edit mode?

Thanks bethjoy!

Firts I did the sculpting in Blender (sculpt mode), I wanted a clean topology for the model, so I imported the suit and the head to Maya to do the retopology, because it has better tools for this task. The rest of objects are more simple and I did retopology in Blender.

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Ah ok, brilliant! Thanks for such a detailed answer. I’m still trying to get good at retopology and yours looks so perfect!

For topology, I recommend you to look Nazar Noschenko head wires: https://nazarnoschenko.artstation.com/projects/wzRyV
It helps me to set correctly the edges around the mouth, the eyes and the nose.

Thank you so much!