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Old 09 September 2005   #61
Modeling: chubby hands

here's his chubby ol' hands, plus the first ring
Old 09 September 2005   #62
Modeling: upper bod

here's his top half-with a little more gravity applied and the beginnings of his belly button exposure! there'll be a proper zipper running down what's left of his shirt..

Last edited by shakes : 09 September 2005 at 07:49 AM.
Old 09 September 2005   #63
Love those hands Shakes, Great update, have you made up your mind about useing s&h?
Old 09 September 2005   #64
hey handlebar- thanks mate-yes, early tests show Shave will be good for the hair..I haven't got anything decent to show yet, but tomorrow I'll post an example.
Old 09 September 2005   #65
He's really looking good, shakes!
May I suggest the ring being carved in one solid diamond?... or perhaps that would be to much Love where you're going with this

WIP: Anatomy


Old 09 September 2005   #66
The hands are just perfect for this character!

Old 09 September 2005   #67
Mwaahaahaa! This is great stuff - you're sooooo subscribed.


Be indiscreet - do it continuously.
Old 09 September 2005   #68
Hey Shakes, I really like the way the thumb fat has kinda swallowed the nail I think the other fingers would look cool with this kind of exaggeration too... Lovin every minute! Keep it coming mate
Those who know it can't be done should stop interrupting those who are doing it


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Old 09 September 2005   #69
Nice update, it looks like Elvis has acheived regal and zen-like inner peace..

So what does TCB stand for? Triple Cheese Burger?
Old 09 September 2005   #70
I think the neck could blend into the shoulders a bit more, which would make it a bit closer to your original sculpture. Plus, I think the edge of the pectoral flab is probably a bit too strong towards the center of the chest, and perhaps the arms could be a bit smaller.
Please excuse me a little photoshop mockup:
Old 09 September 2005   #71
just jumping here to tell: wow your king simply rocks !

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Old 09 September 2005   #72
hey thanks everyone for the good feedback!

Gunilla: nice idea about the single diamond! I'll include it in his collection

Cartesius: thanks anders! chubby stuff is much more fun to model for some reason, despite getting a bit lost in those polygon folds!

JamesMK: thanks, I'm glad-and your challenge rocks big time!

DaddyMack:thanks, the hands aren't quite done, and I'll do what you suggest for sure.

Soapy: cheers mate- TCB is "taking care of business" or in my version" taking care of burgers"!! inner peace, yes-imagine eating junk food forever without worrying of dying from a heart attack! heh

gpetch: thanks for the mockup-looks really good! I must confess I haven't been following my sketch much so far..I've got a bit of correcting to you- I agree that pectoral flab fold is a bit much at the front..will change that.

jddog: thankyou! about to check out your great page.

I'll be a bit busy the next few days, so no updates till the weekend, unfortunately.
cheers, shakes
Old 09 September 2005   #73
Finally I took time to view all updates on the challenge page: Impressive quality on your model a very nice design on the Elvis figure too.

Effectred. Creative Studio
Old 09 September 2005   #74
That goes really nice here

The hands are too cool, it's a funny character you're making, continue like this
Old 10 October 2005   #75
I thought the TCB was Tension, Continuaty, Bias LOL - but that has nothing to do with elvis eh?

Nice stuff

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