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Its taken shape alot since last time, andoverall its looking promising. My only thoughts are that the feet look a little long and slightly too flat. But I dont have the original image in front of me here so I could be wrong (slaps self)

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No you are totally correct Jay, I am not too happy with the
feet either! well that and mmoore pointed out the jaw\ear part
which I fixed last night... the feet are painful... Geom flows
are all there but it is now a matter of tweaking...

There was a problem I faced though... please could you explain...
* While fixing layouts in Texture Editor, I re-applied a lambert
with a checker pattern but my model turned almost like an Xray!?
When I applied a normal Lambert it was fine??!
What I did eventually do was import an earlier version of the model and copy the UV map from it... then it was ok...
any idea's what could have happened? Thanks

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Yeah, sure. Its a real easy one, basically if you apply any shader to a model without uvs it does display 'X-ray' in shaded mode. Its obviously dropped the uvs somehow (it happens) hence you being able to use the ones from another version.

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