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Old 23-04-2003, 04:11 AM   #1
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Talking low polly wip body.

yeah just finished this in a hour. now going to texture it. just go nuts.
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Thats cool ! has a lot of potental. little work on the feet and face though..

but there is a lot of nice careter in the body !
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Old 23-04-2003, 04:33 AM   #3
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thanks pony. just something i threw together real quick.
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Old 23-04-2003, 11:29 AM   #4
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wow! only an hour! I cant even model a humanoid figure in two days!!! why not spend a bit of time refining the details and then texturing. you could end up with a great little model there.

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good start mate....
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Can we see the wireframe? The shaded version looks awefully hi-res.
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hey. its low to me.

heres the wire frame. high is the cave troll from lord of the rings. my stuff is for low polly video game fun.
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Your wire frame is difrent but pritty good really. Your keeping to 4 sided polys nicely !! good tech..
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Looking good. What's the triangle count on that?

You might consider adjusting the mesh so that there is more geometry in the joint areas. You also have a lot of extra faces in the torso region -- especially right down the middle -- that can be eliminated without adversely affecting the shape of the model.

Overall, good job.
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1636 faces. Foot prints in snow. sleepy,
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