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Old 12-10-2007, 05:55 AM   #1
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Old 12-10-2007, 05:57 AM   #2
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Old 12-10-2007, 05:59 AM   #3
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Old 12-10-2007, 06:00 AM   #4
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I am at work and trying to post..lol
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last pict and if anyone have any tips on how to post multi pictures, i would appreciate it..
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looks good man

if you want to post multiple pics you have to upload them somewhere (like photobucket or a similar site) then use "[IMG]LINK TO PICTURE[/IMG" with one of these ] after the last IMG)
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Cool! Thank you Acid44.


I will try the photobucket next time...
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hey you reckon you could post a wireframe topolgy shot of your bounty security guard guy. and howd you texture his jacket if you dont mind me asking
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nice models - i like the bounty hunter - i'm assuming that's the first one - how did you do the jacket? it looks pretty good. does he not have a head?
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Hi Guys, thank you a bunch. Here is a head shot. Can someone help me with the hair? I been trying to get the hair to showup on the poly shapes. I made a color map and a grayscale bump.

I seem to be missing something.

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Ahh, I forgot about the jacket. All I did was UV mapped the model and took a picture of my jacket laying flat. It took a little bit of time to get the logo right but, I just went for it and it seemed to come out ok..
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I can see from what videotut this is from, so I guess that means you've succeeded in getting likeness from the scetches.
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Yeap, This video tut is from nomeworkshop. I learned alot from it too. I also learned alot from my school on how to sketch my own characters etc and model them. This is my first low-poly character though from a tut.

I did the texture on my own since I already had experience from the jedi starfighter from simplymaya. I hope to revamp my other character in maya since I gained alot of xp for this. The clown also went up really fast from the experience.

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