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Old 29-06-2008, 11:32 PM   #1
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This is what I'm currently working on a next gen game character , it's not gonna be used in a game so I'm gonna give as much detail as possible model in Maya and sculpt and texture in Zbrush.



P.S. it is from a tutorial my first time ever character so C&C is welcome
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Old 29-06-2008, 11:33 PM   #2
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Old 29-06-2008, 11:34 PM   #3
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Last one for today
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very nice so far, thats a cool tutorial!

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Yeah looks like it's coming together nicely, I've not seen that tutorial, but seen the one that comes after it - taking it into zbrush and adding details for a normal map, it's pretty good too.

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Small update started the arms and I modeled the spine .
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The arms
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Modeled the lefthand + the armor .
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Yeah thats a great tutorial from Digital Tutors.

Your doing great so far Dutch_Can!

SM needs to start making some tutorials like this.
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Legs, boot and the back part are finished up to the gun
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Back part of the boot .
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Front view .
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I saw the tutorial somewhere too. Seems like a great tut!
Your character looks great!
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Well the modeling is done now I'm going to brig it into Zbrush for detailing. C&C still welcome.
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