Master and Servant 3D Entry: Pop Radu Octavian

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Old 04 April 2005   #16
Thanks Gehry. Yes, the old man will stay to the corner of the street, together with his monkey, so, I`ll have to put some dirt on his shoes.

Old 04 April 2005   #17
Hey Radu,
Great job on the shoes , the coat looks good but could use a little more definition .Keep at it , things are looking good.
Old 04 April 2005   #18
I love the modeling of the old man's face. He really has character.
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Old 04 April 2005   #19
how much for the pair?
Old 04 April 2005   #20
mmoir - Thanks Mike. I`ll add all the modeling details after both characters will be rigged and after I`ve decided the final poses.
I have two different ideas and I`ll have to decide myself in the next couple of days about the final composition.
Alan - Thanks Alan. I`m glad you like my elder.
(o)ne - He he, man, those are not for sale. These shoes are a present for my old guy. Maybe the next pair?

Old 04 April 2005   #21
Modeling: old man`s hand

The last piece, the hand for my old man, is ready.

Old 04 April 2005   #22
Texturing: hand-quick texture test

Old man`s hand - quick texture test

Old 04 April 2005   #23
Concept Sketch: A DIME FOR MY MASTER

I`ve donne the concept sketch and the rig for the old man.
T changed the name of my work. The new name is: A dime for my Master.
The old man will be a beggar. A beggar and his monkey fighting to survive in the hard days of the first years of the last century.
I hope I`ll be able to chatch the mood of those years.

Old 04 April 2005   #24
Modeling: Old Man - final pose

This is the final pose for the beggar. Next step, the modeling details.

Old 04 April 2005   #25
really comuing together PROctavia .. something about his hips though ... they seem a little to big in the "Y" for me ... if his thighs were bigger it might feels more natural ... just a thought

lookin good with a good but sad story
Old 04 April 2005   #26
Very good job in the hands and shoes, good facial expresssion too.

Good luck
Old 04 April 2005   #27
pigwater - Gehry, I`m not sure I understand you. My english is not so good as it seems. Please explain me again your comments. Thank you my friend.
ilusiondigital - Thanks Victor. I`m glad you like it. The clothes are not detailed yet. I didn`t want to waste too much time with thr rig (and weightmaps) for the old man, so, the bones deformations are not correct and natural. I choosed to add the details later, after the final pose was set.

Old 04 April 2005   #28
Modeling: The same old beggar

I `ve almost finished the old beggar. The last modeling details will be donne after I`ll do the rest: the monkey ( a macaques or a chimp, I`m not sure yet), the street and the houses.
I`m not sure yet about his facial expression. I`ll will make him very sad as it was before, or with a little, little smile.
I think I`ll try a bitter, rancid smile.

Old 04 April 2005   #29
Thumbs up

Oldman is very good model, he has got personality

Good luck!
Old 04 April 2005   #30
Hi Octavian, I hadn't see your entry, sorry about that! you are doing great here, looks like the old man is still kicking some butts, not bad at his age uh?
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