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# 1 08-08-2009 , 01:41 AM
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Attempting a full human wolf thingy tutorial

My previous thread to this was put in the wrong section...oops!

well managed to spend ahour or so on it and things have a improved slightly.

Let me know what you think guys user added image.

It is my first attempt also at a full human tutorial. it is something I am desperate to learn is human modelling.

All critiques welcome.

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# 2 08-08-2009 , 01:43 AM
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And back

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# 3 09-08-2009 , 03:59 AM
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So far the topology looks good.
High poly or low poly?

# 4 09-08-2009 , 10:26 AM
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The book s/he is working from is high poly, so I assume it will be high poly

# 5 09-08-2009 , 11:46 AM
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i know of someone else who started this, but i never saw it past this stage.
keep it up!

# 6 10-08-2009 , 09:21 PM
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Well here is an update were I am so far!

Could if anyone sees a problem please speak up, I want to make sure this goes right, I cannot believe how much tweaking I have to do on this....I know the topology is not perfect yet but still working on ituser added image

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# 9 11-08-2009 , 12:56 AM
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Nice.
I can animate if you ever want to rig it.

# 10 11-08-2009 , 08:24 AM
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Thanks jm82792,

But I am desperate to learn how to animate and rig myself if you got any tips or tricks for a newbie, that would be greatly appreciated. though the tutorial i am following is pretty intense to say the least but i will percsevere.

# 11 11-08-2009 , 11:41 AM
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trying to fine tune my geo?? anyone have any suggestions on how to define the abs more clearly??

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# 12 11-08-2009 , 11:45 AM
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working to fine tune my geometry....

# 13 12-08-2009 , 08:10 AM
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check into zbrush and mudbox and learn how to use tranfer maps theres a ton of help out there

# 14 12-08-2009 , 08:56 PM
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Marambi is there any tutorials for mudbox and how to use transfer maps??

# 15 12-08-2009 , 09:08 PM
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Try you tube or if your interested in ZBrush try pixologic's website.

Are you working on a Wacom Cintiqu by any chance(i saw the on screen keyboard in an image you posted )

I read that you are learning the basics of rigging? not to disencourage you but this book is pretty advanced stuff (multiple rigs and scripts and stuff like that), and it's better to start simple otherwise you'll get frustrated .

Looks good thoughuser added image

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