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Old 02-07-2005, 08:13 PM   #1
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here is my first model ever.i need to attach the neck to the body, attach the arm to the body and the leg to th body. i need to create the hand and the feet.at the en , it will be a football player.

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-http://img154.imageshack.us/my.php?image=nflstreet26bs.jpg

critique and comment are welcome

and before i can continu my model, i have a problem.i smooted my head and now i dont kow how to unsmooth that head.someone know

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if you've smoothed the head there's no going back. You can decrease faces but you'e loosing you're geometry flow.
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DJbLAZER, just notice your avatar looks a bit like the Kane from RAW

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ok but you didnt make any critique on my character.is it good or bad for my first model
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It's too hard to see well to be certain, but the muscles in the arms seem way off and bit lumpy. Press Alt B to switch the background or open the camera attributes to change the environment color.
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ok thanx but wont be able to finish that one because of an error i did but anyway...
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