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Old 03-12-2002, 05:47 PM   #1
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Default Twisted 'Frikkin' X-Mas Iron_Tick

SANTAn KLAWS ..... this is the start. so far ive got 15min in it. gonna work on the background and then the body.
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Old 03-12-2002, 08:03 PM   #2
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you did this in 15 minutes? cool
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head modelling is second nature to me now, thanks to SM.
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Old 03-12-2002, 10:04 PM   #4
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poor santa!!! this time we will have to see him bald!!! with no beard and mustache... iron_tick, i am sure you din't shave the whole thing right?
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Old 03-12-2002, 11:23 PM   #5
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hehehe love all ready
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hehe.. i can sense the twisted spirit in him.. good work so far man.. hehe :p
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This is where i test my textures. I used a combo of Corel Photo Paint and photoshop. the final image is sample and reproduced to create a pallete.


Just thought you might like to see. ?
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i dont want to be bitten by the teeth. and the skin seams a bit too red for my eyes.

only complain i have, the jpeg compression is a bit too much, the artifacts expecially on the forehead (where to judge the texture) are too big.

you can try photoshops "save for web" which gives instant feedback on the file.
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Originally posted by BabyDuck
i dont want to be bitten by the teeth. and the skin seams a bit too red for my eyes.

only complain i have, the jpeg compression is a bit too much, the artifacts expecially on the forehead (where to judge the texture) are too big.

you can try photoshops "save for web" which gives instant feedback on the file.
heheh this isnt final product its just me showing stages. its so i can see which color i want to use for skin and teeth
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Originally posted by iron_tick
heheh this isnt final product its just me showing stages. its so i can see which color i want to use for skin and teeth
right that is why i told you about the color. and the teeth are cool, they are wicked for a twisted santa.
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Originally posted by BabyDuck
right that is why i told you about the color. and the teeth are cool, they are wicked for a twisted santa.
oops sorry, thanks. ill have more up soon as soon as i finish my concept
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Old 09-12-2002, 09:29 PM   #13
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here is the next pic in line for SANTAn Klaws
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wicked, first a bodyless santa, now a headless santa - really good twisted :banana:




p.s.: you have that signature to make fun of all the poor duckies?? (you know what i mean)
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here is the head sizing. hes gonna look kinda like one of those bobble head things you put on the dashboard of your car.
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