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Old 10-11-2003, 03:51 AM   #1
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I'm doing an Orc Western style baby!

And also, low-poly. (Might do a high-res render of him too, though)

Worked on the head today, here are some screens:
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It's 392 Triangular Polys so far.

Here's a perspective view:
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Looking forward to that. I love the western theme. Just so you know, you can use photos from the movie like that, but you would score better in the final judging if you don't.
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Ok.. that don't matter much. Still had to work alot with the front, back, upper, and bottom part of his facial texture.

And it was a little hard working only from one reference picture.

He looks so cool though

(Picture him in a cowboy hat, ready for a shootout with revolvers in his hands )

Attached the texture with an addition (the picture I used to create the ear for the green larger version) :bgreen:
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First of all, that is looking great. I really like the texturing.

Secondly, this seems perhaps too good for a 'noob' to do.......I mean, you've been at the forum 7 months I might as well quit now if I have to compete against this.
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Maybe I'm not a noob then... but compared to many others here......

But I havn't used Maya for 7 months.

2-3 Months perhaps. Although I did use 3D Studio Max before, but I never really understood the program then.
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I have no problem with him being a noob for now. No offense meant.
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Originally posted by mtmckinley
I have no problem with him being a noob for now. No offense meant.


Well, if you consider me "too good" for a noob, just upgrade me. But I hardly think that will happen
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Here's the Orc with a low-poly Cowboy hat.

The texture is far from finished, just a base.
Did some work on the face texture aswell.

EDIT: Btw, I could remove about 45 Polys from the head now that he got a hat on top of it.
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Alright good work m8, u low-poly lover-boy

Well, have u thought anything abut the surroundings u are about to put the character in?

By the way why don't make him a sheriff?
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Originally posted by Silver
By the way why don't make him a sheriff?
Sheriff? He's going to be a bandit

Well, I'm not sure I'm going to do an enviroment for the guy. But if I do, it will be a typical western town, with a sandy road, a sallon door, etc
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Worked on a revolver today.

Here's a side shot:
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And a perspective view.

Might lenghten the pipe some later, to make it more intimitating, and maybe add some "Orcish" feel to it
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Well, atleast I post in this thread, and that s what important, eh?

Here comes the textured version of the revolver:
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