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Old 07-05-2003, 11:33 PM   #1
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Default May Challenge - jkalroe - Noobie

Ok, I've decided to enter this month's competition. Here are a few pictures I have taken. I think my cartoon self will be a Spy/ secret agent like james bond or mission impossible. (beware of the pictures )
http://www.deviantdreams.com/cartoon/frontside.jpg
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http://www.deviantdreams.com/cartoon/ear.jpg
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http://www.deviantdreams.com/cartoon/head.jpg
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http://www.deviantdreams.com/cartoon/head_front.jpg
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http://www.deviantdreams.com/cartoon/head_side.jpg
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http://www.deviantdreams.com/cartoon/hand_side.jpg
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Old 08-05-2003, 12:04 AM   #2
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Cool. Id love to see where you go with this.
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Old 08-05-2003, 01:56 AM   #3
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Hey, cant wait to see this man! One thing i suggest though, is in your refrence.. (top one) try to get the nose, top of head, eyeballs, and chin lined up with those lines.. atm its kinda off.. you will have to probably take it off the background and then scale it along with moving it to get it to perfectly match up .. just a suggestion. Ok, cya later.
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Old 08-05-2003, 03:12 AM   #4
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Here is a new one, hopefully a little better. Kinda dark, will have to take new one's tommorrow.
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A bit? A lot better! Heheh.. great job! One thing i wouldnt of done was what you did with the reigon poly select tool... you went around the head and now you can technically still have detail.. you wont have that exact shape of your head. I dont think it really matters though.. as you were pretty close . Next time take the time and use the erasor... well, thats what i would do .
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I take it that you plan to model the bling too.......cool...
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Gots me some glasses Polarized based on some oakley, and my own making . Let me know what you think.
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Question: How exactly would I go about modeling a T-shirt? Thanks in advance.
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Hmmm... interesting glasses
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