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Old 26-01-2007, 11:19 PM   #1
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Here is the first model that I've actually finished, hah. I watched the tutorial a few weeks ago and thought I should actually do it. Sure the render isn't that great, and I just played around in photoshop pretty briefly since I've never painted UV's before. So yeah, tell me what you think.







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Old 27-01-2007, 03:51 AM   #2
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very cute puppy! looks a little mean at the same time??
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Old 27-01-2007, 04:57 AM   #3
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Yeah, I didn't spend very long in photoshop to paint him. I was more or less experimenting with it. In my future projects I'll go for more of texture as well. But the eyes are dark because an image I got on the internet of a cute little dog had super white/gray hair with really dark eyes. Heh

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definietly cute with those big eyes i reckon you could smooth some of them really hard edges/bumps...

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Hey it looks good, i still haven't done this, and I probably should to get the basic idea of how to do a four legged animal (for my camel project) and so that I can do a model of my dog.
I dont' know if I should pet this dog or not though he looks a little mean. Like a cute junkyard dog, haha.

And did you by any chance get the name dynacorp from the show south park when they were trying to get their gamesphere back and had to keep transporting towelie? Just had to ask.
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