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Old 09-03-2004, 12:01 PM   #1
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Talking my first model!!! [dragonhead]

Hellloooww!

I know this doesn't look finished because the model hasn't got texture and all (I simply don't know howto) but as I followed Kurts dragonhead tut I consider this finished!

It took a while to come this far...but what do you have to expect from a NOoB??! :p

please tell me what you think... I love to hear some comment!
I could use some!

I think I should do some tweening here and there a bit but I will leave that for now because I want to go on with the next tut


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I love the way you explain everything! It's all clear now for me of how to build a model and at the same time learning the maya interface! I can use this kind a method for other (self created) models.. This tut is every single point worthy!

I will recomment for everyone who doesn't know maya very well to start with the dragonhead tutorial!!


GReAtZZzz from HOLLAND!!
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Old 09-03-2004, 01:06 PM   #2
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VERY nice work ransick. I am very impressed. I don't know how close it is to what Kurt originally conjured up through the tutorial, but this dragon deffinitely looks cool. Do you plan to give him a body now? =P

Keep up the good work!
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Old 09-03-2004, 02:49 PM   #3
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Looks very good
His nose rinkles look like he collided with something though.
Nice modeling !
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Thanks for the nice words mate=) I'm very happy to hear that you learned so much from the tut... It means I'm doing a good job for you and other members.

The dragon looks really great!!!! He has a lot of personallity which is cool. He reminds me of a old wise dragon that might be a bit cranky at times=)

Again great start, and looking forward to more of you work.

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Nice modelling!
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thankz guys!!! for the nice words! I really could use some for building my convidence for my own created model Im working on at the moment! I will post it as soon as possible in the wip! latrr
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