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Old 02-11-2004, 04:52 AM   #1
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Default Male Elfin continued - The Body

Well I thought I wud continue my thread here, as now i'm onto the body and wud like to attract other body modellers for C&C.

I think this is all i'm going to get out of this evening, the legs are a little out of proportion because i've scaled them down from my ref image to fit the character image i'm after.

Run into a problem though, some of my central vertices have left the 0 line, and i can't seem to snap them back to the grid. Any ideas?

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Yeah, your rite ereitz, the little finger is a touch too long. been staring at that for ages trying to pin down the problem. Sometimes it takes a second pair of eyes though... guess thats what the WIP forum is for

Thanks for the feedback!
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Theres a wierd crease in the palm of his hand..

btw: I think you posted your responce to ereitz in the wrong thread..

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Yeah, some wierd geometry going on with the hand there. going to see if anything originates from the torso to help fix it. see what lines i need and can lose.
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Sometimes it takes a second pair of eyes
I completely agree with that statement!

Character is coming along nicely.

How about a wire - helps to pinpoint problem areas a lot.

I read you were going to UBC. I'm from Vancouver and am living in Stuttgart. You guys talking about going for a drink in Van is making me very homesick.
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