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Old 16-09-2005, 09:00 AM   #1
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Hi there! I'm new here and just recieve this competition from newsletter and found that was fun! so I'm join ! good luck all!
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Old 16-09-2005, 07:25 PM   #2
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here is the one I will model , his name is red arimaa , he is the charactor from capcom's nes, snes ,megadrive game,GHOST AND GOBLINS or makaimura in japanese, I still remember him til today because he 's very tough and hard to kill , when I was a child I hate him so I feel good if I meet him again and make him alive in 3d model
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after research for more detail , I found that he has his own game's title in game boy and appear many times in capcom titles, so here is more reference I 've found
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Old 16-09-2005, 07:27 PM   #4
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and the last one
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Old 01-10-2005, 07:51 PM   #5
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here is some sketch of him , It's in famous spawn pose, I thinks it work for charactor that has wings , comments are welcome
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NICE!!!!!!!!!!:attn: :bow:
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welcome to the board and nice concept sketch

mayafreak is tackling the same character so it should be good to see how different your ideas come on. Good luck
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oh ! my god , dont' notice that mayafreak3 also pic red arimor too , ahhh maybe I have to find the new one:headbang:
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not at all, there's no rules saying you can't and it might be good to see how one character is redesigned by two different people.
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many thanks t1ck135 , and yes I decided to go with red arimor , no time left and this is my favourite charactor,I think I will try diffrent approach from mayafreak, hope he understand:bow:
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Great sketch! I remember this character a lot, when I was a child I saw him many times in arcades. I can't wait to see your version of him. It's a famous char, doesn't he? And popular too, since he appears in newer games, such as Snk vs Capcom. Welcome and good luck in your challenge entry!
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first start! I decided to model at final pose , I think I don' t have to animate him later so this way ,I can add more detail , I will model in seperate piece and conect them with armor or something ,
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wow, man wow.. What a fantastic line drawing youve got yourself here. You'd make a great concept artist. Even though you want to model him in a final pose, its easier to draw and model in a standing "T" pose. Only because that was you can see everything there is to see on the whole body of the character. Especially around the crotch area and the under arms and hands. You're on a great start. Keep it up. If you do decide to model the character in that pose, keep in mind the difficulties of UV-ing the character.
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many thanks ei8ht b8ll , i agree with you , and maybe I think I have to back to T pose
here is head model progress,
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Nice start on the head
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