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Old 07-04-2008, 03:03 AM   #1
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This is a Cartoon Cop Character, which is part of a tutorial set I got. THis is really my first stab at modeling. starting to take shape...
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starting to look cool, thou his head looks like a male general

If you know what i mean.

keep it up.
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yeah looking good, look just like the tutorial, its a good tutorial to teach you some really cool stuff about modelling cartoon characters. If you do your own character right after you'll really get to grips with charater modeling.

You got the rigging tutorial too?

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Yes I did get the rigging package too, but I was very disappointed as the 1st stage of the tutorial starts with a skeletal structure already laid out and binded, I dont kow how to do that, really Disappointed.
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i think the first stage of rigging is at the end of the modeling section.
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I wish, I checked, like three times, Really lame. The rigging tutorial starts out fairly advanced, and like I previously said already bound with a full skeleton, Now I have to get another tutorial on character steup, pretty lame.
But thanks for the help
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