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Old 02-11-2004, 07:25 PM   #16
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Comming together mate.. Only thing iInotice is that his eyes seem a bit cross eyed other then that not bad bud...
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Like the character - doing well with the poly restriction.

It seems as tho the waist comes in very high up. It makes it look like he had his lower ribs removed (i'm just guessing - heard some women did that to look thinner ) or like his shirt is really fitted - something I don't think they do with paramedic uniforms.

On the other hand only you know what you want your character to look like so don't let that out of your sights. Also it might be a whole different story when the arms are down and you start animating.
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