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Shogun
03-15-2002, 06:45 PM
Here's my latest. It's an enemy (1 of 3) for the game I'm making as a final year college project. He's 502 polys & 1 256x256 map.

http://www.mikerickard.co.uk/images/teethcols.jpg

http://www.mikerickard.co.uk/images/teethcols1.jpg

Couple of detail shots showing the spine & inside of mouth:

http://www.mikerickard.co.uk/images/teethtex2.jpg

http://www.mikerickard.co.uk/images/teethtex3.jpg

There's more on my site if anyone is interested.

dtek8
03-16-2002, 09:09 PM
the textureing is looking quite nice,,

i think it looks a bit umbalanced though sort of top heavy, with very small close together feet and a vey large body,, and looks kind of strange without arms,, plus can it open its eyes??

maybe this will help,,

dtek

Shogun
03-17-2002, 02:56 AM
Hey Dtek8.
It seems we have to rely on each other to answer posts here! ;)
Btw, I sent you an email through the forum - did you get it?

Yeah this guy is a little top heavy but a lot of his body mass is below his jawline, giving him a fairly low centre of gravity - plus his tail will help a little. He's supposed to be a genetically modified creature, a cross between a lizard, a shark & maybe a pitbull, so he moves kind of clumsily because he was made by human hands rather than god/evolution/whatever. (spot the moral ;))

The lack of arms was a concious design decision, in order to make him look a little wierd/creepy & no he can't open his eyes - same reason.

Thanks for the comments, I'll have to really try to convey the weight/balance problem in the movements.

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