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Old 28-03-2008, 10:18 PM   #1
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Hey everyone, I've modeled this Teddy for a website. hopefully they will want it animated and may a few more different types of teddies.

Just wanted to get peoples opinions and CC. i've got a meeting with them tomorrow afternoon so i can do some more work on it if need be.

There's a couple of issues on the left where grey lines are appearing. This might be due to the lighting or something wrong with the fur.

Thanx in advance
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Looks good, I would give it a more even lighting on the backgorund to present it nicely.
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other than the lighting like mentioned above and the gray line which you already mentioned, it's looking pretty good.
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Thanks for your feedback guys

The grey lines were due to UV layout, just going to photoshop them out for now and make a proper job on the UV if the project goes ahead.

Thanks again
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