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Old 10-06-2004, 08:56 AM   #1
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this is my first female body designed her with polys ,after several versions i think i got it right plz be honest

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Old 10-06-2004, 10:53 AM   #2
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hey jcalderone13..

nice body!

I guess you don't use any reference cause it doesn't have the realistic porportions from this view what a female body has....(maybe you can upload some other angles of the body...) but if you are going for just a character than your on the right road! and oh...send us a image in polymode..that's allways interesting to look at!

catch ya later dude

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ps. I see you have photoshop so it would be better if you would cut out only the important thing (the body)...would be alot better to for the ones with small broadband..
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Old 10-06-2004, 01:11 PM   #3
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Dude

Nice start but you need reference for this definately

All other dudes out there, THE tutorial is in progress!!!!!!


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oh sh*t....did I missed something Jango ?
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hey guys i do have a reference image i just hid them sorry about thatany ay thanx for the critiques keep them coming
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No dont worry, I mean its being worked on....


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i do think my porportions are correct just my rendering skills are the only thing that im terrible at my camera set up sucks
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Hey JC

Okay cool if you have reference, but now I think you need to look at it more and observe how the shoulders and the collar is as the one in your picture is very steep and lacks the definition that makes it what it should be.

On the plus side of things your model is nice and clean, and requires just a bit tweeking as far as that goes. Well done, keep it up

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hey thanx man
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jep...some tweeking is the only thing you have to do now..

and Jango...

nice that it is in progress....can you pm me a link where you discussed this..than I can get myself updated
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Hey Ransick

I haven't discussed it on a link. I just thought the next time I reply to a post I would let people know but I'll stick one in the Lounge now.

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hey ran can ya send me some reference images of yours id like to try and design someone elses concept art
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i dont know who it was but someone said they had reference images
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hmm...I can't remember me sayin'it to you but dude.. I will get it for you
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