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Old 22-03-2009, 04:30 PM   #1
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I'm working on a 2d model of kenny from south park in maya. Can anyone give me any tips to make it look more cartoony.

Ps:I'm only 11
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Heres A 3-d version. Does any one have any tips to make this one more cartoony?
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YAY! Im not the youngest anymore, by a long way :attn:
try using toon outline, its under the toon tab (on the shelf)
You could have a look at my kirby project
http://forum.simplymaya.com/showthre...threadid=31365
i tried to go for a cartoony style with that
also, use toon shaders instead of regular ones (also under the toon tab), they really go along way to making it look cartoony

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ONLY 11 and you know 3d and south park. LOL I thought south park was for adults... as for knowing 3d at your age, ur not bad at all, You'll be a pro by the time you get to my age (25).

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