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Old 03-03-2009   #1
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Here is something i started to put together for my reel and i think i have been working on :35: (his name) for 1 month now , so i hope you like him and any replies are welcome
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Great work man!
Did you only model your character in Maya or 3DS max, or did you use Zbrush?
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Hey there!

Looking good so far, maybe a little bumpy though. I'd take another look at the skin, it seems to be a little bit out of shape.

I'll take a guess and say that's 3DsMax, right? The colors remind me of the ones Max automatically chooses when you create new objects.

Keep it up!

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Old 03-04-2009   #4
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Great work man!
Did you only model your character in Maya or 3DS max, or did you use Zbrush?
Hello friend , i used only Maya02 poly modeling for now (for the entire model)

and i am still working on him , i think once i finish the lo res i will add detail via Z-Brush3,1 normal maps and render a turntable of -35-
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Hey there!

Looking good so far, maybe a little bumpy though. I'd take another look at the skin, it seems to be a little bit out of shape.

I'll take a guess and say that's 3DsMax, right? The colors remind me of the ones Max automatically chooses when you create new objects.

Keep it up!

Alex

HAHA that was a nice one Eightball , i left 3DS behind the second i heard about Maya , those are all regular blin's with some color information applied to them , i wanted to show all the parts of the model with different colors
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Old 03-06-2009   #6
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SOME NEW RENDERS --MORE TO COME
i hope you like them as well
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Old 03-09-2009   #7
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There is a litle update on the pants (normal mapped)
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