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Old 01-06-2006, 01:02 AM   #1
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second character for my demo.
i want to finish all modeling before i start texturing them,
so i started this one today.

just freeform modeling, and letting it take shape as i go along.


C&C welcome.
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Old 01-06-2006, 01:27 AM   #2
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Man, vlad, you sure are good.
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wow vlad ....

just impressive ..love the work ..shocked you have never done a tutorial or anything ...love your work
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added ears. and tweaked a little.

thanks. for the comments. might do a tut in the near future.
but not at the moment.



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Looks Magic Man!!!
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Very nice model vlad
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That's a very interesting edge layout scheme on that head. I admire you :bow:
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i really like the muscle deformations. the model itself is very realistic.
i really should give z-brush a try!

I'am ur biggest fan vladimirjp :attn:!!!!! lol
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lol, that's not ZBrush. Its pure XSI (i think)

Wait 'till he gets to the ZBrush stage-
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Old 02-06-2006, 06:15 PM   #10
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Hey Vlad

Very nice work, he can have a place in my Outlaws universe LOL


Are you building just the head/bust or the whole thing with props etc? Should be good for Z, which incidently I'm waiting to arrive any day now to add to my armory.

Look forward to the rest...

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i plan to fully model him.
and props etc.
real busy atm.
just waiting for some free time
i dont think ill do a ZB pass. ill go really high rez on the subD. this is to show weight and mass for this model, for my reel. maybe next character will be ZB'ed.

im still waiting to find time to model that quadruped character from your outlaw sketches.
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Hey Vlad

Time is always a problem...but I look forward to the rest of this one


The quadruped creature from Outlaws was used by Glen Southern of ZB fame for one of his forum challenges at www.subdivisionsurfacemodeling.com a while ago. He started it in Silo for the members there then let them Z the rest.


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this looks well good, no crits from my side!:attn:

I'm looking forward to see more of it. Wht kind of body are you planning? Somethink Orkish maybe?

great work
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Amazing work Vlad - really cool model - I really like all of those folds in his skin and on his nose, though the top fold coming from the eye looks just a touch out of place or too heavy, but hey, what do I know?

Great work mate!
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No please not another Orc!! LOL theres too many on the forums around the web. Give him 4 arms or something...


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