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  04 April 2006
Talking Anatomy Thread Ruben Drakkar - 3D

This is my entry WIP for the Forest Demon Demo Reel. In this demos I'll present a dragon trainer wich is in fact the Forest demon training a Forest Dragon. So it is a short film about a minute training this creature how to use long range weapons. So this is my thread the torso head of the Forest Demon please critic the best you can

Rubens
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  04 April 2006
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Hi Rubens,

Welcome aboard! Great to see your Anatomy Thread here, and your work is very cool!

I made a few edits as suggestions to your perspective shot ~ my suggestions are to enlarge the head just a bit and to move the ear so that the bottom lobe rests just above the upper hinge of the jaw. Also, the sternocleidomastoid muscle will connect just behind the ear. I also recommend widening the chest just slightly ~ purely a subjective suggestion.

In the front view, his shoulders look a bit weak / slouched and you may want to raise them a bit more / make them a bit more scary. The eyes and nose look a bit small as well, but this may be in line with the 'alien' look that you are going after.

Image showing sternocleidomastoid muscle:



Let me know what you think!

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  04 April 2006
Wwwwoooowwww Thanks Missis Rebecca

Great Great Critic Thanks For The Inmense Help Missis Thanks, I´ll Put More Posts Arranging This Problem Thanks, You're A Genius Missis Rebecca

Rubens
 
  04 April 2006
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Rubens,

Lol, no problem! Your work is really cool, definitely looking forward to seeing more of it.

Cheers,

~Rebeccak
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  04 April 2006
The Hand

Hello Missis Rebecca this are some Images of the modeling of the hand of this character some alone and also with a glove enjoy and please critic, Your great I am going to arrange the stuffs you say. Great critizer full of humility and full of help. Thanks a lot

Rubens
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  04 April 2006
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Hi Rubens,

You're welcome!

I did a review of your new hand ~ looking really good so far, but in places need some small adjustments. I think the fingers are looking a little too 'lumpy' and need more structural cohesion. The forefinger looks a bit thin, and I think it would help to widen the tips of the fingers. Also you want the fingernails to be a bit more consistent in their width. Finally I think the 'webbing' in between the fingers needs to be more pronounced. Here is a suggestion:









I think in the gloved images, the hands look too small for the gloves ~ since the hands should be scary and kind of prominent, you might consider making them larger relative to the clothing.

Hope this helps!

Cheers,

~Rebeccak

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