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Old 28-04-2003, 04:22 PM   #1
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Hi, guy's,
Sorry for my bad english, cause it isn't my first language.

For a long time i was thinking of puting some of my work here.
And finaly i did it , so what do you think?

Any Coment's and ...em... that other thing from C&C is welcome.


A beter image could be found lower. !!!

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Old 28-04-2003, 04:25 PM   #2
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I like him..... Has a lot of character to him...
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Old 28-04-2003, 04:29 PM   #3
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Forgot to say , that this was in ~7-8 hours.

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Yeah very nice. I like it too. Cool character.

Maybe you can make the eyes more detailed to obtain even more personality...
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Old 28-04-2003, 04:35 PM   #5
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Thank's for the Coment's.

Kuhl, What kind of detail?
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And why is the pupil so rough?
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you need to set the antialiasing to production quality to get rid of all of those "jaggies" around the eyes and on the shadows.

looks good though

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Maybe create some eyes (with irises, eyelids?)) behind the glasses instead of having the pupils placed on the glasses.

Just my opinion.

Cool soles u made for the shoes? How did you make 'em? Maybe we can see a wire...
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No problem
Here is the wire-frame.
And the sole is made from a poly cube , extrude , and smothPoly.
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Pure_Morning thanx, that worked.
And another wire
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i deleted the second image by mistake, so here it is again, but now it's much smother.
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much smoother and nicer now...
lol...a smart egg
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how about changing the materials on the glasses etc to be more shiny? try a phong or a blinn to start with and see what you get. Are all the materials basic lamberts right now?
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yep, they are all lamberts

I'l try to change the material on the glasses, and when i find something good , i will definantly post it.
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have look at the thread about the master system to see about texturing black plastic

http://forums.simplymaya.com/showthr...?threadid=5456

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