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Old 24-09-2005, 10:58 AM   #1
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Here's a low poly female game character I'm working on. She's very much work in progress at the moment, currently weighing in at 2,000 tris. I'm going for an unoriginal concept that is the typical sledner oriental female fighter, mini dress, hair up in 'buns' and maybe a couple of sleek samurai swords. Her bust and shoulder area needs some attention though I cannot quite put my finger on why the bust area appears so out of sink, any ideas and all C+C greatly received.
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man, id have fun with this one, lookin at the size of its tits, lol jk:attn:
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She does look like a Soul Calibur character... Ya know, enourmous goddamn boobs.
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I'd say proportions are a tad off. If you've not already, I'd say study some reference images.
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