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Old 15-08-2006, 10:45 AM   #16
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yep cloth - been reading the art of rigging and they make it look so easy that I wanted to give it a try and its dead easy.

#there is a cloth test video further up the page just after the hair test which I`m scapping as I don`t like hair.

I got my B.A in Swansea Institute. The course was OK - if you like alot of paper work
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Old 16-08-2006, 04:54 AM   #17
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Looking good man.

Just finished My Bsc, know what you mean about paperwork. You got anything lined up now?

I'm going back to uni to do my Phd, so even more paperwork.

Looking forward to seeing some more progress.

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I really like the textures on the chair.
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Old 16-08-2006, 08:13 AM   #19
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@ gster123 - I hated it, and being dislexic was was a pain in the rear. At least on a BSC you dont have to do a disation.

@ THX1138 - Thank you. I`m really happy with the chair at the mo. The main texture was just a scan of a carpit patten found on google and the tounge texture was from a ref photo from www.3d.sk which I have been a member of now for 4 years. The rest are just simple colors done in photoshop. Cant diside if imgoing to bother apply a wood texture to the legs and stuff yet as the browny/yellow has gone on me.
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@ gster123 - I hated it, and being dislexic was was a pain in the rear. At least on a BSC you dont have to do a disation.
Bet that was hard going.

On my Bsc I had to do a min 12000 word dissertation, think everyone doing a Bsc at my uni had to...
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Old 16-08-2006, 05:17 PM   #21
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all the guys at swansea who did the bsc did not have to, thats quit a shock to hear

Well heres that pad I was on about.
very basic as its only going to be small

http://www.ravage3d.com/images/neils_sec/chair/pad1.jpg
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Right I have given up on using hair and fur :angery:

sticking with poloy hair.

heres the wire frame verson.

http://www.ravage3d.com/images/neils...hair/hair1.jpg

heres the rendered verson with the rest of the body. Need to tweek the hands in to place alot more, but want to start the textureing of the body now as time is ticking away.


http://www.ravage3d.com/images/neils_sec/chair/man1.jpg

P.S just found out I got a job interveiw tomorrow with a games company in London because they saw my work on this very forum.

me very happy, just need to get it now.

Kepping quite on which one for now
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ha ha - looking good tweetytunes!

And good luck on the job interview.
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Old 21-08-2006, 12:13 AM   #24
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Good luck man!

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good luck with the job :attn: :attn: :attn: :attn:

i notice 1 thing on ur model above i dont know if it has been spotted already there is a pich at the elbow of his right arm

it might just be an unlucky shadow but it looks weird to me

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Old 23-08-2006, 01:03 PM   #26
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i notice 1 thing on ur model above i dont know if it has been spotted already there is a pich at the elbow of his right arm
yep I`m seen it and I`ll just get rid of it in photoshop in post, as I`m being lazy and have not done that much paint weights on this charator and its only small

but cheers for heads up

textures coming along should hav some update 2mo
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Are you going to adjust the grip on the controller?
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Are you going to adjust the grip on the controller?
as you can see will not need to .....


http://www.ravage3d.com/images/neils_sec/chair/man2.jpg

well this is the final pose I wanted for this image, but loaded the wrong file (no new textures on this one.) need to tweak the lighting abit, but only to bring the details out on the chair.
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I like the hairdo on your character tweetytunes, very teenage
Maybe a little more might be needed as he looks like his roots are showing.

As an idea, how about a very slightly cracked open kitchen door somewhere in the background to give another light source and add to the tension?

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Yeah - I agree with T1ck. Another light source coming from a cracked door would definitely help your scene. It would be cool if you could see some of the rest of the room - maybe a couple of other objects. Also this would maybe make for some cool foreboding shadows. Just a thought.
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