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ok it still loks like a rat but... will be improved
find some interesting things on cats anatomy bones, muscles anyone interested way be you can make better use of it than me ;)
08-19-2003, 04:34 AM
Its nice to see another Lightwaver in the Alienz group. Looking good, I'll see how you interpret in comparison to mine.
thanks for the welcome BlueCougar i've been watching your models and they are really good
here is the references i was talkink about
hope it helps
i really like this expression
today update, i'm going slow i now.
ok one another small step
08-23-2003, 09:49 PM
You're really moving well on your model. I do think there is some issues with the bottom jaw and how it shows under the flesh. It may be that the upper lip is too big instead of the lower being too small. See if you can locate some pictures of those hairless cats so you can get a RL image instead of a sketched one. I'll be back on my box beginning of next week so I can start on mine then. Just went to the National Zoo here in D.C. with the kids and saw some big cats! They were just lying around in the shade though, not too exciting for little kids...
Keep on moving!
thanks for the feedback BlueCougar, constructive comments, nice ;) , you're right about the jaw i give a try on it and improved a lot, any comment about the shapes, head structure something that isn't looking right, before i add more details
I just wanted to pop in here and say that this is a really nice looking cat. However, it's realistic. We need a toon cat for the short.
You could probably finish it up the way you're going and then distort proportions later to get that toon feeling. Keep at it. :wip:
01-15-2006, 10:00 PM
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