i really just wanna be done this so that i can rig it and pose it.
and i plan on adding hair and eyebrows in photoshop after its rendered
am i over my head with this model? the answer is yes.
but this is my first attempt at a somewhat acurate human being that isnt totally cartoony.
i think once i get this head where i want it i will be back on the right track, ive learned to go back and work on things that aren't totally finished because its just how i do things.
it may be a bad way to go, but for a beginner its the best way because i cant see how things look until i see the whole picture, until its all put together, then i notice the little things wrong with it, which is why i do things this way, its just that i havent learned the other way yet or im just not good at it yet, and i stress "yet"
i just found some issues with the hips that im working on. i gotta build up the courage to go back and work on the head
now i plan on rigging and posing this character, does anyone know if i can pose it, then remove the bones and adjust the verticies more to adjust for muscle movement etc in certain positions?
like can i still pull verticies after its been posed?
First year 3D Grad
Last edited by Turbo Dan : 05-03-2006 at 09:12 PM.