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Teutonic Knight 72mm custom 3D model

Discussion in 'FanArt' started by bou, Jul 11, 2021.

  1. bou

    bou Well-Known Member

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    Hi everyone!

    I'm here today to show you my custom made Teutonic Knight model. It all started when I saw the ilustration depicting the new (at least for me) look of the knight. This one:

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    I immediately fell in love with it, and since I've been tinkering with zBrush for quite some time now, I decided to make my own version based on it. Of course, I also used the official concept art for the troop as reference, as well as the own 28 mm miniatures.

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    Here are some pictures of the sculpting process.

    First some general blocking in order to figure out the proportions:

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    After that, I tried a few sketches for poses. I tried a few and ended up using the one you see below. Of course the Tactical Rock™ is present here too. I've always been an advocate for Tactical Rocks™ on miniatures, so I had to add it somehow into my model. Both weapons are just placeholders from old projects, just for the sketch.

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    I started with the helmet and the Spitfire, and kept modeling the rest of the armor and accesories, still on the T pose

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    And after posing the model, these are the final renders.

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    Some close ups:

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    I also did some coloring inside zBrush since I was planning on 3d printing it and paint it.

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    And at last, after printing it and painting it, here are the results. Not my best paint job, and I'm definitely quite rusty, but I'm happy with the overall result:

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    And next to my Seraph for scale:

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    And that's pretty much it! I hope you guys like it.

    Cheers!
     
  2. psychoticstorm

    psychoticstorm Aleph's rogue child
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    Impressive work.
     
  3. ThananRollice

    ThananRollice Your Friendly Neighborhood Locust
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    Whaaaaat! This is amazing! Amazing job!
     
  4. Ugin

    Ugin Well-Known Member
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    MAGNIFIQUE!
     
  5. Wizzy

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  6. Lady Numiria

    Lady Numiria Cyberius TaskForce

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    Awesome!!!! :o
     
  7. Erland Hâkon

    Erland Hâkon Well-Known Member

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    If you get it to be S6 in size, it could be used as Tikbalangs in Military Orders ;)
     
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  8. burlesford

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    Fantastic work!
     
  9. nehemiah

    nehemiah Well-Known Member

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    This is really nice! Did you do all your modeling from the T-pose and then pose it? Did you make a rig for the pose?
    I have been working in Zbrush for a bit, and am always interested in finding out ways to improve my technique.
     
  10. bou

    bou Well-Known Member

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    In this case I only worked on the T pose during the general sketch. Since most of the parts are symmetrical, I work on each part separately as its own subtool. Helmet, bracelets, knee guards, elbow guards, boots... After that I place them on top of the already posed sketch (grabbing the T pose, dynameshing in low resolution and posing with Transpose Master) one by one. With this I get the main parts in place and I can work on the other stuff.

    Thanks everyone for your kind comments! :heart:
     
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  11. Exuin.exe

    Exuin.exe Well-Known Member

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    I want one.
     
  12. tau24

    tau24 New Member

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    Oo

    Impressive work !!

    Tell me, will it be possible to have the file for those with a resin printer to be able to paint this beauty !!

    P.S. Wouldn't you also like to work on a TAG Yu Jing? Just for example the Jinwei by Chance? Huh Mr @Weathercock what do you think?

    Thank you !!!
     
  13. Cannon Fodder

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    @bou I've got to ask, how many hours did it take you to design the 3d model. I tried doing a something a little too ambitious as my first project, but game up and switched to Laser cutting projects. Also what SW did you use.
     
  14. bou

    bou Well-Known Member

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    Sure, I'll PM you the file :)

    Maybe about 20 to 30 hours. I don't usually time my projects since I work on them on my free time. As for the software, it's Zbrush.
     
  15. dhellfox

    dhellfox The keeper of the Forgotten

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    the superior tag is on the left XD
     
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