hmm putting him on a plane doesn't do the job! show us some real updates...you have enough c & c now to do some updating I think.... Like you are saying...the dragon needs to start eating and doing some pushups..
btw...what's that weird looking think between his backlegs ?
hope to see some good update...
The bone was refering to the dinosaur bone....google on the net for dinosaur and look between the legs ( ) and then u ll understand...but okay ill delete it....and i will make the legs more smoothed on the body and less so wrong positioned....
well, u need to finalize al modeling b4 u can rig. this model is not complete.
Martin, u always ask for C&C but u never take the advice! work on the proportion, add some finer details add some wings, then UV him and texture, then rig him
Not bad so far, but I do have a little advice for you. First off, the first dragon you posted was more slankish and it made it appear more lizard-like. I could have imagined it crawling on all fours than standing up! Kind of reminds me of the body of the dragons I drew in Photoshop once...the second one's stature resembles more of that of a dinosaur. If you want to go with more of the erect look (as you tried in the second group of postings), maybe try thickening the legs...it all just depends on what kind of look you are going for. Maybe I'll post an image of the dragon I did in Photoshop to get you an idea of what I mean.
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Last edited by CGPMaya84 : 08-07-2004 at 03:24 AM.
i want to achieve a body shown in your image.It shall look very similar....just a bit longer....i wanted more an elegant dragon who bends slowlywhen it turns to the right or so.......image posts will follow in ca. 1.5h ...
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