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Old 05-05-2006, 07:27 PM   #196
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Cool. I like the fluid shape of her body, very life-like.
keep going, its looking good.
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Have sent new references

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Bob: Thanks, i will probably go back to the body after i have done this.

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Old 07-05-2006, 07:43 PM   #199
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your still going, right?

I really like what your doing I just havent seen anything recently...
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hey looking good so far Some Guy, i am myself attemting to model a female. one thing though, not to be picky or anything but for the face i would try to define the jaw line a bit more so she doesnt get too much of a rounded face as well as the cheek bones. it will give it more character.

keep up the good work ( really looking forward for the final result)
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Bobalie: i am still working on this. Progress 'll be a bit slow cause i am also working on the animation competition.

Marcusenberg: I'll do that thanks.
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