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    some wonderful work here.
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    Ah I Loves this, loves it i do!!!!!
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    Thank you very much for all your comments, I appreciate them

    Now I present an image I just finished today: Red Hands
    All 3d except the hair which was added later in Photoshop.

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    ^ that just impressed the hell out of me. great work.
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    I love red hands! Fantastic presentation! All of your work has feeling. well done.
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    great sculpts and renders

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    Like it very much.. the simplicity is awesome .. and its like telling a story in an image...
    great work !!
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    Thanks for the positive comments!

    This is a lowpoly model I have been working on lately...


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    And another closer shot...

    spacegirl_torso.jpg

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    any texturing workflow of your a small tutlike would be helpful
    awesome work
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    Red hand guy is so cool. Last girl is nice too.
    One thing about red hand dude hands - they would look more relaxed if the hands were slightly rotated outward. It is unnatural to make them so straight, in one line with forearm imo.

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    Hey overall, not bad!
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    good!

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    That RED HANDS guy is creepy! What's going on around the left knee/lower leg area? It looks odd to me, like it is disjointed, or something. The lower leg seems too far back.

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    It's good to hear some crits as well, they can only make me better!

    truthhunter: the only thing I did different to other lowpoly characters was the gloss map, to get that shiny suit look I used a light green colour in the gloss map and a noise in the specular map. But if you want to know anything in particular let me know. You can have a look at the texture sheets here:
    http://www.muntes.com/?page_id=1765

    JoseConseco: I actually took some photos of myself with the arms and hands position and tried the rotation of hands in several angles until I thought it was alright, but looking at it again, I think his left one could be rotated a bit more, thanks!

    Webhead: hey! brightening my images to find my mistakes eh! heheh :P I agree, the leg seems further back because there is too much volume in the front clothing, I'm going to have a look into that, thanks!

    Jerik, arthurduuqe: Thanks !

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