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Old 05-06-2008, 12:05 AM   #1
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yup its kratos this will NOT be lowpoly, this is just the base mesh, i plan on taking into mudbox and sculping the hell out of it
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Hey chief, Anychance of seeing a sub-d or smoothed version?
Looks cool.
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I would love to see this low poly...I'm a huge fan of good texturing
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thanks guys for all your comments here's an update
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Originally posted by Ruff
Hey chief, Anychance of seeing a sub-d or smoothed version?
Looks cool.
here you go:p
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It looks good man
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Real good start but something is bothering me about his deltoids and back.
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Originally posted by GecT
Real good start but something is bothering me about his deltoids and back.
you're right,
while working on the front i accidently adjusted the verts on the back so thats why it's looking off, but i will fix them
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small update:blush:
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This is some nice work you have here, but in general your anatomy, proportions need a fair bit of work!

Mostly proportions.

try google for anatomy charts, and generally study anatomy, and proportions.
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Originally posted by Mayaniac
This is some nice work you have here, but in general your anatomy, proportions need a fair bit of work!

Mostly proportions.

try google for anatomy charts, and generally study anatomy, and proportions.
yeah!!!

you got me :headbang: the proportions are off, hopefully i'll get better with time
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nice start jali

his shoulders need a bit of work though - the chest and shoulder muscles need to be better defined / seperated and i think the arm needs to be moved up a bit.
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Originally posted by arran
nice start jali

his shoulders need a bit of work though - the chest and shoulder muscles need to be better defined / seperated and i think the arm needs to be moved up a bit.
by moved up do you mean, to more of a T pose position?

also your right the chest and shoulder do need to be better defined,

but hey it is my first anatomy study, and theres bound to be some mistakes:blush:

btw thanks for all the comments guys:attn:
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Originally posted by jali
by moved up do you mean, to more of a T pose position?
no, i just mean that they look like they are inserted into the shoulder a little too low - or at the very least the angle of the biceps needs to be changed - at the moment it looks like the arms are coming out of the ribcage.
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Hey jali, Its quite tough to find good referance pics for shoulder muscle definiton.. i mean those generic anatomy models have pissy little muscles.. i found a pic that might come in handy for you tho, so ill post it here for you... dont get the wrong idea or nothing, this pic might help you get some more non-linear shape to those muscles i hope it helps dude

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