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Old 30-12-2010, 09:28 PM   #1
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Question Arm modeling help

I need some help trying to figure out how to model the arm?

Here are some image that I uploaded.

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We have a tutorial on modeling hands on youtube, it was made by Jay who's a really good modeler it will help you with the topology a lot so have a look at it.

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Yeah thats almost there, you could reverse engineer the forearm and put a twist in it, but as Nilla says check out the you tube video

its here YouTube - Simply Maya Tutorial Low Poly Hand - Part 1 of 8

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Here is my Baseball 3d character.
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is this tutorial only the hand? or both the hand and forming the arm?
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Its just the hand but the Chef ramsay tute has the full arm

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