John Wick Final

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Club scene of John Wick inspired by the amazing art of Patrick Brown

Sculpting, modeling, shading, grease pencil in blender, Eevee render.

Final touchups in illustrator

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  • This is also sooo good! Can I ask how long something like this takes you? Is this work you've been commissioned to do or just something you're doing for fun?

    • Dani Tufeld(danitufi) author

      Thanks a lot!
      It is a personal project that i do on my free time, mostly for practice, and of course because I enjoy it.
      this one took me about a month, a few hours a day, more or less...
      Glad you like it!

  • This is so insanely detailed, there's so many little things and it's all perfect. Wow

  • This is really incredible!

    I'm guessing top is reference, mid is obviously model, and bottom is your result?

    I like the lighting on John Wick's hair better in your final output than the original. The pants along the bottom of the thigh look better in the original. More wavy material folds.

    It's funny, the "more washed out" areas seem to switch between left and right sides of the screen between your work and the originals. In the original the left side of the screen doesn't have many blacks, where on yours it's the right side of the screen.

    At first, and even second glance I thought the pictures were the same. It feels a little like a "find the differences" puzzle comparing the two. You have a great eye for detail, and I'm impressed that you were able to create this scene!

    • Dani Tufeld(danitufi) author

      Thank you so much!

      My render is the top one, so it is very flattering for me that it was hard to spot between the two.

      Thanks again for all the kind words, glad you liked it!

  • Omar Domenech(Dostovel)

    Holy wow, that is a lot of work and it all looks awesome. Again, dangs that's a lot of work, amazing, you're killing it Dani. Oh and don't listen to Bennie, his Wick bust is incredibly good even in the current state, imagine when it's done 🤘🏼

    • Dani Tufeld(danitufi) author

      Thank you Omar,
      It was a lot of work indeed, but it is a good practice, and Im happy with final resault.
      Thanks again for the kind words!!

  • Wow, great work, Dani! I'm also currently busy with a John Wick project but in it's current form not merely as good as this. This is truly inspirational, man. Really motivates me to try harder. Again awesome work, Dani!

    • Dani Tufeld(danitufi) author

      Thanks a lot Bennie for the kind words!! Can't wait to see your version when its done, I'm sure it will be awsome!!!