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  03 March 2005
Newton 2.0

Here is the horse (main character) for my animation short Newton'z Apple (www.newtonzapple.com).

My first model was not very animateable, Just a stumpy guy with legs. I figured I would do a model that is more easy to animate. Also I think this skinny guy has a better personality. Please tell me what you think! C&C appreciated.

(I have been only REALLY using blender for the past two weeks about, so I am fairly new to the tools, but already I love it. I have opened 3Ds Max only about 2 or 3 times in that time period. I LOVE BLENDER!!!).

Here is the horse. I know there are still some problems with the corners of his mouth. His face is almost completely tris. I couldn't figure out how to made a good quad set. Will keep working on him...

thanks in advance! :

Last edited by CoreyJAvitar : 03 March 2005 at 06:11 PM.
 
  03 March 2005
Looks like the link is broken
 
  03 March 2005
Fixed. (sorry! thanks)
 
  03 March 2005
Well the webpage you provided still doesn't work

But it would be a good idea to post of a wire frame of your horse so we can see how he is built and know how well he can be animated...
 
  03 March 2005
Here is the official WIP:
http://www.elysiun.com/forum/viewto...p=376014#376014
thanks for all of your help
 
  03 March 2005
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