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Old 25-01-2004, 10:34 PM   #1
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Hey, guys, I'm pretty excited about my new tutorial series that will start coming out soon and thought I'd post a head's up for you to be on the look-out for it!

It's a time-lapse video series of creating a low-poly character from scratch throughout the texturing and probably rigging, too.

It's still early, but Part 1 should be coming out soon, with part 2 not long after.

Here's an image of it at the end of pt 2:



Hope you enjoy it!
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great work mike, this one will be up around the 1st of the month great stuff

btw mike reply to this post - it hard seeing you stuck on 3999 post
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Big 4000!

And Kev at 5000! It's a heated race!

Woo!
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You blabber mouths

There, I hated that 2013... :p
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hehe looking forward to it MR Mike=)
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Ill be buying points, JUST for this series. Cant wait!
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Hell yeah!!

Right on bro,, put body rigging in if you can, I'll keep an eye out for it.
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Screen from end of part 3.



At this part, the model is essentially "finished." However, now I'll be pretty much remodeling a lot of it to giver her clothes and stuff. These first 3 parts were for my own practice as much as it was for your benefit.

So, you can expect the next parts to see her become more clothed, pretty much replacing much of the torso geometry and adding a skirt and such. Hope you like it! First couple parts should be coming out soon.
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I'll get it just for the References images ,, sorry,I'm a prv.
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Gonna be sorta hot tutorial :p Ppl are gonna get it just because of the ref images
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lol, sorry, but the reference images won't be available with the tutorial. I'm afraid I don't have distribution rights to them, although displaying them in the videos shouldn't be a problem, legally.

Although, I suppose I could ask to make sure... I'll let you guys know.

Just in case, the site in question is www.3d.sk. I know Kev doesn't like advertising, but this site doesn't compete with us.

Let me know and I'll get rid of the link, Kev!
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can't stress enough the importance of good reference!

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NNNNNNNNNNNNnnnnnnnnnnnnnoooooooooooooooooooo!!!!! hehehe
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sure mike, cool link

looking forward to this tut, will be up soon
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