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Old 01-09-2008, 01:13 AM   #1
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This is my second model ever created. Unlike my last(Human Form) which took 4 days, I was able to finish this in 3-4 hours. Really only had to listen to the tutorial 90 percent of time and was able to follow along that way, would've been done quicker, but I completely screwed up the back feet, and my wires got way to sloppy way to fast, so most of the time was actually reworking the mesh. Could use a little work, but Im going to leave it like this and start another, now that I have the basics. Crits welcome ofcourse
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Old 01-09-2008, 02:18 AM   #2
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Well I'm sure you can see where it looks strange or differs from the image in the tutorial so I don't think I need to say that. I will say this though, keep doing it til you really get it and end up slapping yourself in the head and saying "Duh!" Keep at it.
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haha, you finished this tutorial unlike me :p

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some people stop doing this at the stage where they have to combine the leg to the body and get stuck, though youved done it and it looks good for a second model
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Hehe, I still remember myself doing this one: http://forum.simplymaya.com/showthre...hlight=cartoon

It's my favorite tut...
I might redo it now that I know much more about Maya then I did then...

Yours is looking a bit misshaped in some places, mainly the legs. see what you can do about it...
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