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    Default Yeti

    This Yeti was done for the 3DTotal The Coming of the Ice: Abominable Snowman sculpting challenge. The objective was to create my interpretation of an abominable snowman. One of the requirements was to record the progress. Below you will find my youtube videos of said progress.

    Sorry for the large post and thanks for looking.

    video progress:

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    finals:

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    yeti_persp.jpg
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    You started with the hands!?
    I like him, he looks so clumsy and shaggy
    Good work, and thanks for sharing the videos with us

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    A unique version of the yeti. Thanks for posting the making of videos as well.

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    @ "You started with the hands!?"

    I like to mix things up. Thanks for taking a look.

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    Cool vids and thank you for sharing....the sculpt turns out awesome.

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    Thanks guys

    It turns out that I took first in the sculpting part of the challenge

    I'm pretty pleased. You should check out the other winners. http://www.3dtotal.com/forums_frames...ry_results.php

    I like frostsnake's entry for the speed sculpting and TNTxGrave's hard surface model. Some really interesting ideas.

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