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Old 17-11-2002, 03:11 AM   #1
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Default my first head model

my first head model,

im starting with homer simpson

so far so good i guess
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Old 17-11-2002, 03:34 AM   #2
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you gotta start sumwhere you might aswell start with someone who has no hair nice work
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I can tell its homer, so you must be doing something right. =]
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Old 17-11-2002, 04:11 AM   #4
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well im to a point where im a bit stuck..

may end up putting him on hold till i know what im doing
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It's a good idea to pace yourself, especially as a newbie. Characters are some of the hardest things to do, and it's normaly not very productive to try to start with them too soon.

If I remember correctly, I didn't start on my first character until after a good 4 or 5 months or so of 5 hour a day classes. I might not say you'd have to wait that long, but you want to get a good understanding of the modeling tools available before biting off too much more than you can chew.
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yea.. mike's got a point..
but it already does resemble homer.. nice start.. and happy modelin' if you're gonna continue him.. :p
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nah im not..im stuck
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