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Old 16-01-2006, 08:36 AM   #76
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Too many folds on the palm.
It looks like hes wearing a gloves.

Shape is really nice but try to give more pillow look to the thumb,add more tissue, you still got some too deep folds at the roots of the fingers.
Outstrech your palm and you will see that folds are very shallow, in that pose bump map can do the job, but when you close your fist then skin doesnt fall in but muscules tries to overlap and so deforms the skin.

Model the volume of a muscules on the fingers not folds between them!
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Old 16-01-2006, 12:24 PM   #78
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thanx all. so a will modified my hand for get more realistic , And I,m using maya for the basic mesh (3000 tri). The zbrush for the high details.
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Old 16-01-2006, 02:30 PM   #79
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first of all - much respect to your abilities. you are 16, right? we are all well aware of your modeling skills. you have a good sense of proportion, your modeling is pretty fast and gives awesome results;
but what some of us are also aware of is your unused potential. it is like in the 1984 karate movies, you know. thereīs some 16 year old boy who wantīs to conquer the world. but his master tells him to carry water - 200 buckets a day at least - which seams to be terribly annoying.

I would advise you to carry water. 200 buckets a day.

what I want to say is: put away all bells and whistles. if you want to model a real realistic one, then stick to the basic tool. try modeling your geometry within maya to the maximum realism you can even think of (and there is much more realism. you wouldnīt even need zB). donīt render or export to zbrush until it has that level of realism you are more than happy with. just watch it in the perspective view and tweak it there. by the time your perspective view looks like a monochrome snapshot taken from a real person - guess what the rendered result will look like.


this is no criticism of your workflow or something. you donīt have to even follow my words if they donīt work for you. I can see but you are trippin over your own feet. donīt hurry. it takes more time to go back all time for adjustments, then do it right in the first place and make the next step afterwards. I was just mentioning because I think you are capable of doing better.

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I send you a private message falott, can you replied me ?
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Old 16-01-2006, 03:53 PM   #82
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holy crab ..por que puedo entender frances?
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