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12 December 2001, 09:08 PM
this is my second post here and i´m working on this gargoyle for a renderosity challenge(the same cerreto and nick are on:)
and by coincidence i choose the same theme cerreto did:)
the topic was a flying creature so it will have wings soon;)
i hope you like it and give me some tips!!
thanks a lot
12 December 2001, 09:24 PM
I no see link-link....must be blind I am....no really I am. :D
12 December 2001, 10:12 PM
Kool,, keep up the good work,, I'm so lazy when it comes to characters,, I never finish them,, But it looks like a good start,, very demon looking,, and tuff too,, reminds me of one of my dudes a little,, cuz of the spikes on the head..
12 December 2001, 06:01 AM
Here is the adress : Gargoyle WIP Image (http://sites.uol.com.br/loganarts/gargwip.jpg)
12 December 2001, 07:49 AM
man, i dont know whats going on with my host, but lets try it again:
12 December 2001, 09:55 AM
Your webhost does not allow other websites or message boards to link to images on your site. A simple solution is to put the image in an html page and then link to that.
To view the image now, just cut-and-paste into the address bar.
The gargoyle looks good but I'd like to see more spikes on the back and maybe on the shoulders. Just an idea.
12 December 2001, 10:20 AM
il a raison.. c'est un tres bon debut, mais il manque un peu de charisme.. peut etre plus de plaques osseuses sur la nuque et les epaules... elles manquent par ailleurs un peu de definition (pour l'isntant, elles font trop penser a de simples extrusions de faces;)) hmm le nombril est trop haut..
He's right, it's a good start, but lacks of charisma (right?) Maybe you should add more bones parts on neck and shoulders, and you'll have to work on the details of theses spikes, for now the look too much like simple extrusions.. ;)
12 December 2001, 02:08 PM
Nice, seems like the upper back needs work though.
12 December 2001, 02:27 PM
Common guys, is it so hard to copy/paste the link :confused:
It's startin to look good, tho pascal is right, the horns need some skin ridges around them, think what it will look like when you take a piece of raw meat and stick a bulls horn through it.
That will definately add the necesarry [damn how is that word spelled again :confused: ] detail.
And it could be me, but it looks like his elbow is going inward instead of sticking out.
His butt is to tight, make it slope more towrds his thigh.
Other than that, it's a great start, just add the details and your homebound :D
12 December 2001, 02:53 PM
Ce texte-ci a eu la collaboration d'une copine, parce que je ne peux pas parler votre langue (encore...). Je vous remercie beaucoup pour les conseils, je suis très heureux simplement d'avoir eu votre attention.
Je travail beaucoup et je prétend devenir un peu plus "pro" l'année prochain. Une des mes majeures inspirations/références c'est votre Wolverine. Je vous remercie pour ça.
hey guys you are giving me a great help!!! i'll work on it and post it again and i'm pretty sure the tips u gave me will work:)
thanks a lot people!!!
12 December 2001, 03:10 PM
I new I saw this kind of character somewhere :D :D :D
12 December 2001, 03:18 PM
glad you finally started posting here gambino ! lloks great in the render touch up the elbows! and good work !
01 January 2006, 01:26 AM
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