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Old 23-04-2010, 10:42 AM   #1
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Used maya for the very basic block out of the model and imported to zBrush...this is my first time using zBrush so still trying to learn everything.
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hi ozgalis. quite a few issues anatomy wise, if you're going for a lifelike human form. keep going with z though, its got quite a slow and long learning curve...i've found at least.
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Hi Ozgalis
Looking good for a first.......dave
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Old 23-04-2010, 08:21 PM   #4
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Yeah, as was said before, some anatomy issues, but all in all a good start!
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Old 25-04-2010, 05:43 AM   #5
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Yea im trying to learn anatomy as im doing this, never realized how just the slightest things could make a character look so weird, will post an update in the next few days.
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Old 02-05-2010, 12:18 AM   #6
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little update on the model...trying to get the anatomy looking right still
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something about the front looks wrong and its driving me crazy, the side and back seem to be falling into place though
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so im running out of time for this model, i need to have it clothed and ready for renders on friday, will be starting the clothing later tonight but here is what i ended on for the model.
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and this one, was going to add wings but ran out of time, hoping I will be able to cloth her before friday so I will have enough time to throw on some finished wings.
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Hi Oz,

never tried organics myself, BUT a bloody good first start mate!!

Im no expert but the femur section looks like the same length as the tib?? I just measured myself and get 0.52m sole of foot to centre of knee, then 0.40m centre of knee to hip joint. Maybe thats why it looks a little odd?? Though looking at the rear part it seems ok...hmmmm the side is the same as the front.

bigger boobs too..LOL just jokin.

Have you a real model to work off??? When I try my first I will be using one of my 3 sons multitude of action men. That way I can actually measure it.

Try this link mate...hope it helps


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vitruvian_Man

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all i can say is pay attention to steve he seems to be the orgarnic god here but for a first organic model this is lookin really good i think zbrush can let you get way with stuff
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Bullet - Thanks I am on break from school for a week so I am going to try and either rework this one or just do a new one. As for reference I found a few photos from google that I used but they were kind of crappy so I winged most of it. I will have to check out the link when I get home from work.

murambi - what do you mean it lets you get away with stuff? sorry for the noobness.
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its easier to fix topology issues even on a high poly model as compared to maya
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