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Old 29-12-2010, 01:53 PM   #1
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Ok...after the Spitty and some depressing realisation that I have MILES to go..LOL I have succumbed to a certain persons suggestion and have revisited the head model...I dont think I have posted this WIP? apologies if I have...

I have started the head and then needed to do the ear which I have done. Now Im new to organics so please help me here?? here is what I have done with the ear thus far...it looks ok to me but your eyes out there will help.

Be brutal...I need a kick in the coight...I can feel my enthusiasm slipping...

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to be honest and not just plug the site here but seriously, buy my Chef Ramsay tute and all will be revealed with this kind of thing

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You are not far of the mark it needs some work, are you using a image plane........dave
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to be honest and not just plug the site here but seriously, buy my Chef Ramsay tute and all will be revealed with this kind of thing

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Funny, I was just telling him the same thing. I think we're allowed to in this case though Jay, he's a lifetime member It's a good idea to go with something cartoony as well as you always say, saves you from being judged too hard as you would on high poly. I'm gonna have a try at a stylized female in the new year as I've never modeled a character in Maya, and I'm planning on using the Ramsay techniques. Then what it will look like will be a different story
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Ok you two...waxing to get me going eh!!!! I will be downloading some ore today from the home tower as my monthly mobile broadband is nearly kaput. I HATE Ramsay LOL

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yeh dave had an image and was following Mikes ear tut...still needs some work but Im happy I got it out
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Yeah Mikes ear tute is cool, but have a gander at the ramsay one if you can brave it, its only made from 8 polys then just cut and spin the faces......

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I am a ganderin now Jay....

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