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Old 11-04-2003, 03:02 AM   #81
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Wicket, well take a brake, is good for you.. you deserve one after last month. still think you did Great !! hay maybe we could get your GunDamn and this guy together for something in one render !! LOL

Vectorman thanks for the coments. will be working on throughs hands soon. and thoughs are good things to serch for on google.. will have to keep thoughs in mind..
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Old 11-04-2003, 03:09 AM   #82
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Wicket, oh yeah. about the textures.. yeah a lot of the bone stuf will be just textured.. but the horns I will probly tweek in some wrinkels for groth rings.. as they will probly be big enufe for you to see raised ridges on the edges in a render.. and bump maps don't do that.. cant wait to try textrueing it. !!
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Old 11-04-2003, 05:33 AM   #83
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Man, this stuff motivates me... the more i practice, and push myself, the better I will get.. with time. Anyways, just saying.. this is really good stuff to set as a goal for myself, its great!
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Old 11-04-2003, 06:50 AM   #84
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jeez talk about fine tuning
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Old 11-04-2003, 07:21 AM   #85
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First time I ever see a reference drawing measure up to the model in such a way, Excellent model pony.
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Old 11-04-2003, 08:25 AM   #86
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ADL thanks man!!

M .. LOL thanks. happy to know it. and it aint to bad on the poly count eather.. 1600 faces unsmothed for this side.. its like so much better than the last model, ack ! 40,000 faces just for the upertorso.. (they'll get away from you fast doing things some ways. )

Vectorman, really hasn't bean a lot of tweeking yet. It just go pulled out right to that. Honist man. doing the teath and stuf is ware my time as went.
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Vectorman is right on there Pony - your reference and your 3d match 100 pro - i was wondering how that was going to turn out with the horns - you had it under control the whole time - what could i have been thinking ?!?

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Well added the jaw.
but posted this pic becouse I started tweeking a little. the lumpyness above the nose I worked on. The eyes sockets are thicker on the rimbs. molers don't have as much of the funy bumps above them. Front teath are a little more rounded.. and .. and.. still working on it.. though considering putting the tweeks aside for now and getting on with the rest..
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crapy angle for the render.. should change the lenz setting to 50mm insted of 35mm.
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Looks amazing !
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