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    Hi guys, this is my last work, I decided to do a portrait of my son, my proud and joy.
    Hopefully one day he will appreciate it, but for now I just hope you guys like it!

    Started from a Polymesh sphere in zBrush, the hair are Fibermesh, retopo in Maya, render in Octane and final adjustment in Photoshop/Magic Bullet.


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    An eye opener and heart-warmer.The greatest value of this planet. Now and forever........our childs. BRAVO!

    Ciao,
    TM

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    Wow! This looks absolutely amazing!! Really good job!

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    Beautiful work and son. Congratulations on both. Cherish these days he will be in college before you know it.

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    a beautiful portrait! besides that the modeling and texturing, and lightning are so great, i love most the feeling it evokes. wonderful!
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    Thank you all for the comments guys!

    @TribunMaximus: so true! thx man!
    @eRKK: thank you!
    @monstermaker: thank you Rick, I'm so honored you replied to my thread!
    @Doug Jones: thank you!
    @kokoro: thanks, I'm glad you like it!

    Here's a little breakdown on the hair and a some closeup to show the work on the skin details


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    Excellent: many congratulations on a beautiful production. Same message to the missus!

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    Here I am again. I've been very busy lately, so I didn't have much time to work on this, but now I finally finished.
    I reworked the scene, and added the full body model. For the clothing I used Agisoft PhotoScan to get a realistic base mesh, than I retopologized it in Maya, and sculpted the fine details in zBrush.
    Render in Octane, final adjustment in Photoshop/Magic Bullet.

    Click here for the 4K version: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/34021721/ren/ren_new_4k.jpg


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    Impressive!!!
    Lot of excellent work.
    But, I also like the zbrush preview.
    Some of the sculpting is lost under a real pathtracer (like octane). Not lost exactly but... you know.
    Such things should always be expected. A more dramatic lighting in octane, something less physically accurate, I would like to see.

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    Very cute!
    "Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep." - Scott Adams

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    perfect - i first thought it was a reference foto i also love the overall mood, and the lighting.

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    Excellent work
    Last edited by gkhnaltay; 02-18-13 at 12:52 PM.

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    Nice piece of work! Hard to know how much it looks like your son, but it's a very cute image! Love all the little details - including his expression and pose.
    Which version of Agisoft did you use, the professional, or the standard version? Did you have an elaborate camera set-up, or a simple one? Is it fairly easy to get good results with Agisoft?
    I ask because I've been looking for an inexpensive way to do some 3D scanning on my Mac.
    Last edited by Webhead; 02-18-13 at 05:48 PM.
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    Thank you for the comments!
    Here's a photo of him, as reference.


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