Where did you get this Spider-Man mask? Do you have the link?
Thankyou. Yes, the detail is incredible and certainly my favourite so far. This is the only Batsuit I knew I just had to build. Hopefully I will do it justice. I will post an update tomorrow once I've got a little further with the shin guards.I love the arkham knight batsuit, very highly detailed and beautiful. Good luck with the project.
I've been a 3d artist for over 7 years so I've learnt quite a bit. I use maya and zbrush for my stuff but you can pick up Blender for free if you want to start learning basics on a budget. Its certainly worth it though in my opinion. I used to sculpt and practically make a lot before 3d printing became so accesible. The efficiency is fantastic - having sculpts cluttering your house or making expensive mistakes isnt really an issue with 3d. Although printers can be unpredictable at times. Id certainly recommend zbrush if you want to get into serious detail, meshmixer is a great tool for sizing and exporting models for print as well.Stellar work! How do you build these models? I've been dying to learn as I want to get into the 3D printing craze.
This is an entirely personal project so I have no plans to release the files, sorry. The game is relatively new and I’d like the community to have the opportunity to be able to create their own suits without being ‘spoon-fed’ free digital files. There is so much work involved it would be unfair for me to freely distribute files similar to those someone else has put their time and effort into (whether their agenda is to sell, freely distribute or finalise in a ‘run’).R u u going to post the files eventually?????
Thanks VinMan! Its never too late to learn. I'm still learning everyday and I'd say that maybe 25% of what I learn't when I started is now irrelevant due to newer techniques.Beautiful modeling. Only wish I had the experience with these programs.
Can't wait to see these pieces come to life in the real world!
Thanks superhe0g33k!Okee dokee, keep up the good work though!
Thanks. These are just screengrabs, i'll do some proper renders when each piece is fully done. I've tried many different refence options so far. The first were just screengrabs from the trailers, then when i got the game I tried capturing a scan using ps4 video capture and autodesk memento to make a 3d mesh. That failed miserably. The prime 1 studio statue is gorgeous and looks the most accurate ive seen although its got a hefty price tag so i cant buy and 'scan' that. I have recently managed to grab a game rip from the pc version from someone. Its a low poly intersecting triangular mess but its soo helpful to get the right scaling. I still have to re model everything and reference the high poly game render to add all the detail etc but it will hopefully speed up the process and give me an even more accurate replica. Once all the shapes have been accurately matched and segments split up I can further detail and 'key' each part in zbrush so the prints all fit together flush.Your renders look amazing!! Good luck on the whole suit.
Are you modeling from scratch using the game 3d renders or are you using something else as a model as well? The Neca 1/4 scale figure looks very very accurate!
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