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Old 11-09-2007, 09:58 AM   #1
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I have finally got around to doing the very popular android tutorial. Please let me know what you think.






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Old 11-09-2007, 11:57 PM   #2
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yes it is popular.., you noticed quickly!

welcome mmmmm.., your new?????

what do I think?? looks great.., looks like you pulled it together very quickly and very competently.., i have it too, you may already know.., I will finish it.., when i get time when uni finishes

in he meantime.., yours is very well done.., nice poses.., did you rig it too.., that seems a popular thing to do with it here too.



the only crit.., at a quick look (cause I have to run out the door) is the knees are too big.
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Old 13-09-2007, 06:26 AM   #3
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the poses are wat i like best about ur android! how did u go about doin the poses is wat im most interssted in? they look quite real like a sexy woman would pose
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Thanks for the feedback guys. I'm still learning. I parented it to a very simply skeleton to get it posed. From there I just looked up how runway models pose to get it to look real.
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well the modesty is certainly in character

great camera angles, took a litle moorre than looking at runway models to nail those shots. (moods)

words like 'learning' and 'simple' are as relative as 'hue', 'value' and 'saturation'.., that is to say.., completely relative to who you are standing next to.

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Old 22-09-2007, 06:41 PM   #6
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These tutorials are very helpful. It was accually my first attempt at global illumination and final gather. I think the walls might have come out a little bit blotchy. My girlfriend gave me the idea to look at model poses. I'm learning as much as I can as I am preparing myself for school for digital animation in a couple of weeks. :blush: Thanks again for the feedback.
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looks good anyway

hey phrosting.., im in adelaide too small world
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Nice job!

Could prolly use better lighting though.
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