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04-15-2006, 05:49 PM
Evil Little Creature

hi guys
im a user of cgtalk but this is my very first post.I want to share some of my thing that i like to do in 3d is lowpoly modeling so this was my first model with texture,a nasty bloody not very good at texture painting so this is a mix of a max material and painting in photoshop,then rendered usin lightening. created in max 5
and the texture sheet 512x512
comments are more than welcomed

04-17-2006, 11:10 PM
Looks really good :) Good job.
I ilke how it doesn't have eyes, it's scarier, and more unique. :)

04-18-2006, 02:17 AM
try adding some darker spots and highlights around certain areas to bring out the texture
the dodge and burn tools in PS are great ones to learn

also, i don't remember what it's called in max, but try softening the edges on the non-organic parts of the model, i don't know if that's the look you're going for or not, but i think it would look a little better.

keep with it :thumbsup:

04-22-2006, 10:17 PM
hi guys
thanks GregorCZ for the comment :).i also prefer with no eyes.i tryed to paint eyes but it looked to glad you like it

thanks for the tips dpizzle ;).i should also make it look more wet,increasing the highlights and for the non-organic parts thats because im rendering with no smoothing.i really wanted that metal effect with the edges.

here it is a pose to test the skin

and the rig.i could just use the biped, but i think is good practice to learn how to rig from using ik and spline ik for the torso

04-22-2006, 11:33 PM
ewww, he's disgusting! :p

I think with all that blood on him the metal arm bands and stuff look way too clean. Put some blood spots on them too, make them dirty.

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