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Old 03-12-2007, 02:26 PM   #1
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Hi all , i'm back with modeling, this time i have made a caracter, so here it is.
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Old 03-12-2007, 02:32 PM   #2
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The polygon count is 4314 faces
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this is looking very good mickeal_alex.

there looks like there's a bit of a indentation / crease running down his stomach which is looking a little odd. also, while the general shape and direction of the limbs is looking very good, i think the angle of the lower leg is just a touch over- exaggerated. lastly, i think the feet could be angled outwards...but overall this is looking very nice.

what plans do you have for this model?
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first of all thanks for the comment second i will export it into zbrush and try to make it as realistic as i can, i've got a lot of reference images i am using to create the muscles.
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Here is how it looks in Zbrush, i haven't divided it yet, just worked on it as it is.
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Here is a close up
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i have divided it and worked on the model. Some parts such as the lower legs maybe a bit exagerated but it is on purpose. I think the hands are smaller then they should be hope to see some comments about it.
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hey, for hands I think comparing them to the face is the best way to go. They should by the length of the face, roughly. Great model.
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Originally posted by wokendreams
hey, for hands I think comparing them to the face is the best way to go. They should by the length of the face, roughly. Great model.
Meaning from the eyebrows to the chin ?
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Here is a close up of the head, stil at division 2.
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no chin to hair line.
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Ohh ok thanks a lot, i didn't know that method, i just made it after some image planes.
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hey, coming along nicely.

Good so far apart from the crits that have already been mentioned.

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Ok so here it is at division 3.
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Here is a shot from the back. I don't know if it looks right
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