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Old 20-12-2002, 03:30 PM   #1
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Question character modeling? help

im a newbie and i just model using free form nurbs and sculpt features. but id like to know how to create body features. such as feet, legs, arms, hands, muscles, ect. if you can help me please do.
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practice! Take a look at photo reference.
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YA Mike nailed it... lots of practise and look at other peoples work=).
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i would practice , if i knew how to start
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It depends on what you want to model in.... nurbs, polys, or sub-d's. There are lot of tut's out there to get you started.
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i wanna model with nurbs but i need a very detailed tutorial.where can i find one?
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the greatest poly modelling tutorial : http://thehobbitguy.com/tutorials/po...ing/index.html
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