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Old 04-12-2002, 03:58 PM   #1
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Here is my first character. I just finished him this morning. Below is a 665 kb 360 degree mpg of him. Let me know your thoughts and crits. Please note that the camera bay doors on his chest are open in the shots. He will be a shiny white, however have the ability to blend in - in any enviroment.

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Its a great deal better than the first character model I did. I'd really like to see it with texturing. I bet it would look great.

Great work!
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i love the complexity of the feet.
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iron_tick: Here is a few shots of the feet for u. Thanks for the feedback guys. O

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Looks great bud!!!!!!!!!! Good job.
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cool work man..
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iron_tick: Here is a few shots of the feet for u. Thanks for the feedback guys. O

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Yep I just sat down at work one night and started sketching. I'm the overnight counselor at a group home so working the overnights gives me the freedom to draw, write and of course watch Ice Age about a million times. It's been great seeing my idea come alive. I have another sketch of a robot I want to work on next so here it is.

Here is my site with my progress:

http://home.mchsi.com/~kassuns/3d/index.html

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Here is a bone structure I drew up at work today, some of the bones may have to be renamed but u'll get the idea. Let me know if you see anything wrong that I should change.

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