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06 June 2004, 01:31 AM
I´ve lately finished the modelling and texturing process of this little spare-time-project...

C & C are very welcome ;)

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I used 3DMax and Sim-Cloth.

Cheers :beer: / Dennis

06 June 2004, 01:48 AM
this may hurt but here goes. first the face. the cheekbones stick out way to much, get some face ref to figure that out. The chest is also way to flat, you dont have to give her laura croft knockers but right now there way to squished. the head seams big for the body, but that could be what your going for, maybe post your refrence. anywho keep it up. -M

06 June 2004, 06:37 AM
Looks like you were going for the stylized it's not too shabby. I agree that the cheekbones are a bit "large" but not out of place. The eyelids could use some more refining and definition. But the ears look completely out of the place......they're the one sore spot that I see....they need more definition. Right now they look like peach hunks of plastic on a doll or something. As far as the chest is concerned.....I don't see them being too flat. What I do see, however is too large a space inbetween the breasts.....kind of like the unnatural space that appears in real women that get boob jobs......I'll assume your elf comes from a non-plastic surgery fantasy I'd suggest pulling the breasts closer together. Other than that, good stuff.

Sister Ky
06 June 2004, 07:39 AM
I agree on the ears, the cheekbones and on the size of the head.
For the breasts, I think they'd fit perfectly if those seams on that dress wouldn't imply to have a bra-funktion. But since it does, they need to be pushed up and closer a bit.
@ damageINC: There's no need for plastic surgery for these kind of breast, trust me. :rolleyes:

Greetz, Ky.

06 June 2004, 10:59 PM
Thanx for your comments, guys !

@ saladbar:
I used reference-pics of "Luba" (a stunning Hegre-model) for the breasts ;) So, i think they exist in that way. But you´re right with the cheek-bones... i also thought they were too pointy. I´ll tweak them a bit ;)

@ damageINC:
The ears were sketched that way, but i sadly have to agree that they could need some more details. Maybe i can get rid of that by creating a texture for the ears !? Will try it ;)

@ Sister Ky: That´s a good point! Will see if i can push and pull that area a bit together. The other opinion would be to change the clothing...have to try diffrent things i think *g*

Here comes the second character...

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It´s the little sister of "Becci"...she´s 30 years younger and a magician of the fire @ level 7.

Hope to get some further input ;) It´s always a good thing to hear what other people think !


06 June 2004, 11:03 PM
This is the third char and another race...

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PS: Didn´t worked in the post above :(

Sister Ky
06 June 2004, 12:34 PM
Becci's little sister has the body of a woman, but the head-body-proportions of a 10-year-old girl...
Why does she have such a dark blue modern-looking costume, while her sister has such a natural looking dress?

That other race's thing... Her skin looks way too plastic-like, and I don't like that "f*** me" - look of hers... :shrug: I like the colour of the eyes, though...

Greetz, Ky.

06 June 2004, 07:15 PM
Thanx 4 ya post, Sister Ky !

She is a member of a mages she has got her robe from there ;) If i look at the cat-girl now, i have to say: youre right !! The textures are bad and the head has too less details... i will rework this char ;)

I wonder why no-one else replied to this !? Is it really that bad !

Wanna take the chance and point you to E-Bay ;) where you can buy the elf-girl-models ! Dont know if you can get them from your location !? You should check that for yourself.

Here are the linx:



Sorry 4 bothering you ;)

06 June 2004, 07:41 PM
I disagree with the first couple of posts. Its not meant to be real life, (i don't think), so why should it conform to real human physique. Its nicely stylized, and I think its a cool looking character. I have seen people in real life that look like that, and I'm glad people get away from the "Supermodel looking cg character" once in a while. Good job :)

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