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Old 23-10-2003, 09:10 AM   #1
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newbie here. i finally stuck something out long enough. i used polygon modeling, no refs. its 3:36 in the morning and my eyes are fried. crits n' comments are welcomed. (forgive me for the cheesy render quality)
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(as you can tell from previous post) still haven't put much work into midsection yet.
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Not bad at all for a first. Keep it up! I would recomend using reference. It helps when it comes to proportions and anatomy.
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Old 23-10-2003, 03:23 PM   #4
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Very nice indeed. Keep up the good work.
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I agree... nice work .
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thanx guys. i fried my eyes some more. i'll work on the feet and upper body later. i had to rebuild some parts of it though, for some strange reason i couldn't convert after a while, i keep getting an error (i would have probably finished already) i had to go back and tweak my unsmoothed mesh like 2-3 times. maybe its something i don't know or maya's acting stupid. i had to add a head to it (i just wanted to see something there)


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there seems to be some form of tear in the arse...

looking nice tho
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Her back looks a little short, maybe if you give her some plastic surgery to fix her bum. Nice job!
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I.. LIKE.. BIG .. BUTTS and i can not lie,.... you other brothers can't deny... when a girl walks in with an idy bidy waist and a round thing in your face, YOU GET SPRUNG......:headbang:
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thanx again ppl! umm the tear in the butt appears there because of the render ( i saw it when i looked at the post, the actual model doesn't have a tear) and Ice Queen (btw i'm fixing the back) when you say that she needs surgery, do you mean the tear that Zyk0tiK mentioned or do you mean that her butt's to big? heck! i didn't even know it was so big til' i saw the post again . but that's a trait that some of charachters have. and lol, i see that iron_tick didn't waste any time in jumping on it (eh hem) updates might take a bit (not feeling well) but thanx again guys.
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i just thought i'd show how i did what i did so far.
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Looks like you've got the basic form. Now, I'd say you'd need to go back and start defining the details... muscular and skeletal structure.
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