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Old 27-12-2006, 12:26 PM   #1
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Default how to model a hunchback old lady?

Folks, I'm doing a graveyard scene for which I'm planning on putting an old lady. his is how the scene is. Cam zooms into a lady grieving on one of the graves. the cam is to her back.
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Not sure what you are asking here... you need help modeling the lady? Do you have any previous experience? If not, then I would do some of the free tutorials on this site and that you can find on the web, before tackling a full blown project like this.
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Yea do tuts its not like you click a button and you have an old lady with a hunch back.
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I recently started Maya, just been a couple of months.
I need to animate my charac for the graveyard scene.
I'll send you an attachment of the graveyard.
It's just asimple charac animation, nothing too pro.
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This a good copy.
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is it just me, or do neither of those images load fully?
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yeah, same here.
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me too, first one dosnt load all the way and the second just dosnt show can you try posting it again shivs27, thanks
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Sorry about that
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i think your scene needs way more lighs or a different lighting scheme at least... it's way too dark
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from what i can see it looks like a pretty decent scene, yet i gotta agree with neostrider ... it needs more intensity from light,
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Thanks for throwing some light on the light issue, but what about the character guys??
Also the textures haven't come out right, so if i light it up even a bit more, it shows up the stretched textures.
anyways my camera won't travel al over. It focuses more towards the graves.
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the reason your textures are all stretched is cause you didn't edit your uvs in the texture editor.... or you didn't do it well, anyway.


oh and i guess i would model the hunchback old lady just like a regular lady but with a hunchback... unless you're asking us to tell you from step one to the final step how to make a person that also happens to have a hunchback. if that's the case, download a human tutorial. follow it. then add a hunchback.
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