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Old 07-01-2009, 04:14 AM   #16
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Old 08-01-2009, 04:26 PM   #17
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Hey Jay

i kindly wanted to remind you to ask David about the missing project files.

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Old 08-01-2009, 04:44 PM   #18
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NP mate I did ask him before, he's been busy fixing a server but assured me they will be there later

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Old 08-01-2009, 11:26 PM   #19
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hey jay

another question ...

while doing the texture of the face you are using a stubble brush in Photoshop.

were can i find a brush like that ?

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http://photoshop.digitalmedianet.com...e.jsp?id=27688


here...enjoy!
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thx for the great share


what u think mate ?!

should i start modeling the body or is there still a lot to do on the face ?
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personally I would have modelled the whole lot before texturing,
is this just a random character now?

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well

when iam watching tutorials iam always trying to learn the way of doing something but still finding my own look...

i didnt really try to make the chef, instead i learned from you how to model a charicatures face so i can start with a character i need for an animation short iam doing for school.

since iam not so good in dawing i faild couple times in drawing a charicature of Heinz Hönig (german actor) for my own project..

my head is not looking like him but for some reason i guess he fits in the project...

ill keep u posted

thnx again.. !!
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Hey Jay ...

Could u ask David once more to upload the project files please?!

might got forgotten



I will rework my face since i really need a caricature character for my project..

thx mate....
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