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Old 26-02-2005, 08:01 AM   #16
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Also, here is a picture of his back and the back of his neck, which ridiculously need more detail. I'm looking for good muscalature for his back, and idea on what I can add and where for a realistic effect without too much poly addition.
On the neck too if possible.
Feel free to critique, personally I think those back blades suck.
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Heres a large update of what I've done now guys.
Got the legs and feet all done, now I just need to put in those eyes, and the arms and hands, and texture.
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Looking very cool. As for the back, you could rais the muscle more to the neck. The trapezious (sp?) tend to slope and blend into the neck.
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