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Old 04-06-2008, 04:19 AM   #1
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Been away for so long need a simple project to get me going. Doing a tut set of dvd`s my flatmate ordered as I also need/want to learn Z-brush

Here`s what I have gotten done so far (4 hours and cd1 is done - its all coming back to me now)

It`s good doing something like this before going back to finish of my robocop 2







On with disk 2 - what a post for number 700
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Old 04-06-2008, 05:13 AM   #2
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ah the nextgen tute...good start

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Ah! so that is what it looks like when you do it right! :blush:

looks great, good to see I am not that far off either!

If you did plan on taking it all the way into XNA, there I can help.

Could you post a picture of the shoulders/armpits, I cant seem to get those right, wondering how you did it.
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well he does have the whole set so I keep going till I get bored. I know I will be doing the "detailing in zbrush", "texturing in zbrush", and "the animation" ones - not sure yet on the xna - as I`m only using this as a refreshing opp and a intro to zbrush using.

Here is my arm pit.

The body in blue,
the upper arm is in grey

I strayed away from the tut as I don`t like messy models and he tells you to intersect the two pieces - errr so I snapped mine together and got rid of the extra faces.

Hope you can see what I did - I tired to catch every angle for you
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Left arm done - this is one very messy modelling tut - but it must work !!!
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Glad to see you back on here tweety

Impressive stuff, looking good atm ...
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yeah - nice job so far.
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