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Old 28-10-2006, 02:29 PM   #1
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Ok i have finish it wait for Ur critique/comments

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hey gaganjain - what type of style are you going for with this? It doesn't look too bad, but I think you need to think more about where the muscles would go - there are a lot of odd looking bumps, for example in the neck and back, which look a bit out of place.

maybe you could post a wireframe also?

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i like him he looks like a baby T-rex. he should be 2 foot high and light green :blush: i want 1 :nod:
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Old 20-11-2006, 09:35 PM   #4
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he looks like a baby T-rex.
Haha you're right, it looks like a baby. Get in my belly.
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Originally posted by 99GsTurbo
Get in my belly.
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If you delet the teath it would be an old grandpa t rex
with strange skin and fat muscels hanging from his bones:lmao:
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ooooh give him a cane and a golf hat too! ya know, a plaid one with one of those poofy things on top!
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i going add more detial to it right i learning zbrush basic will add to zbrush add more and fine details to it thanks for C&C
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