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Old 13-03-2007, 12:05 AM   #16
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I didn't take it wrong at all. I understood where you were comming from. It's all cool mate.
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A good tutorial that comes with references is the Joan of ark one. Just google it and it'll come up.
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ok thanks for all the feedback, here is the body i modeled last night to go with it.
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kinda distorted as you said, because of image planes that dont line up... besides that, any suggestions?
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The body dosent really follow the anatomy for a human, have a look at some anatomy books or google some ref pics for muscle flows.

Also as siad before have a look at some wireframes of other peoples work to give you some idea of how your going to constructthe topology for the model.

Could you post some wirefames of your models as this would help out in seeing whats going on.
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