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    Wink Anatomy study

    Hi everyBody!
    Another project on anatomy studies for animation.

    Zbrush preview:

    Rendu-Homme-04-ZB.jpg


    A simple scanline render on 3DsMax, test pose:


    rendu-23-3DSMAX.jpg


    rendu-24-3DSMAX.jpg

    C&C as usually needed.
    Last edited by Fouad B.; 12-27-05 at 05:28 PM.

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    Happy New Year's and season's greetings my friend. I miss our chats.

    This work in progress you have presented is really great. WOW! You have come a long ways in your abilities. I am adding this to my collection for an excellant reference image. I wish I had it earlier today during a sketching session.

    I know I personally want to see your progression experiments as you further the model.

    your friend,
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    WOW

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    Great work on th back and buttocks. The whole front of the torso is in need of better definition aspacially in the pactorials region - they don't siit very naturally on the ribcage.

    Success,
    Kircho

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    That looks phenominal. WOW.

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    That's a hell of a model, Fouad!! Really nice lines. It flows very well...

    Dickie

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    Great work my friend!!!The textured pics remind's Michelangelo's David (for position).


    IN THE WILD LANDS


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    Hi,
    Thx all for your kind comments.

    Kircho > Thx for your advice, I'm still working on and try to "perfect" this body.
    Ron!! thx my buddy, I miss our chat too, we must redo that ! (mouarf!!)
    and I wish you happy new year

    ok, now the head still on the work table.


    a test on 3Dmax...

    rendu01.jpg

    Zbrush preview..

    renduZB.jpg



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    with the full body- find some good reference images for hands- the characters thumb is out of place and bending the wrong way...

    otherwise good work... will be great when all details are fixed, looking forward to seeing him animated

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    I think you are doing a great job on your figures. I only have one question: Your original sketches looked very familiar, so I dug through my books etc. I don't have the cover of the art book to know its name, but did you get those drawings from an art book, page 26 under the heading "Ideal proportion, male"? - Just curious.
    Last edited by LD; 12-29-05 at 07:09 AM.

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    The Lone deranger> you have right, the rig setup on the hand is not really finished. The thumbs is not oriented correctly.

    LD> thx ,) , about de reference, it is from the book draw the Marvel comics Characters

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    Really nice work. For some reason the head reminds me of some Roman emperor.

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    OOPS!
    Last edited by LD; 12-29-05 at 01:36 PM.

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    OOPS again! I thought I was opening my previous message.

    Does anyone know how to delete a message after posted?
    Last edited by LD; 12-29-05 at 01:49 PM.

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