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Old 12-11-2002, 04:53 AM   #1
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Hey guys,
Sorry its been so long since I last posted... Got busy with school starting again and all...

Anyways, looks like I just needed a reason to make time for maya!! :p

O.k., so I spent about a day and a half deciding which villain to do. There are so many great ones I'd like to do, but I finally settled on a new favorite.

The Shade (new school justice league version)

I started tonight with the head. Hopefully I can find time really tweak this guy. GREAT job on the topic for this month !!!!

Here is a reference I found on the web...
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and here is what I got done tonight.

Thanks,
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Nice start, looking forward to updates.

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nice start man.. aw8tin' updates hehe.. :p
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The glasses actually makes this face scary.
No puppy eyes here!
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Hi I am trying to model the face of a character in a 3D game at the minute and I was just wondering how you modelled this face. Did you use a Nurbs sphere to start with or did you spin a curve round and edit the cvs later?

Any help would be much appreciated - James
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welcome to SM jc9121.. :p
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