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Old 06-04-2003, 09:15 AM   #1
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I have started working on some art work for a computer game I am developing with a couple of people for my Computer Game Design class, and since the game involves penguins, I have started putting some models together and see what happens. This is supposed to be a realistic looking one, but I am also going to experiment with more cartoonish ones to see what goes better.
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Arent penguins feet orangish? And their beeks also?
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Actually it depends on the species. I used photo references of King Penguins, which have black feet and black beak. Before seing the photos, I actually thought exactly the same as you!
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I will post the photo I used for reference
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here is the photo
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very cute ..love it..
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