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Old 09-06-2009, 06:29 PM   #1
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just messing around with some stuff, gonna try and model a game character version of conan,
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Cool, Conan the Barbarian is one of my favorite movies . Apart from the issues around the mouth corner and eyes, this doesn't look a lot like Aaahnuld, I think the big culprit is the nose.
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thanks for the crits,

but to be fair it was just me messing about in mudbox,

i forgot to mention it was a 15-20 minute sculpt with a mouse,

i do intend on doing a full on real sculpt of him, once i've finieshed the base mesh and accessories,

hopefuly the real sculpt will start this weekend
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