Strange Behavior (Animation) Entry: Brian Anderson

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  07 July 2007
Modeling: Zbrush body test

Wow, what a headache Zbrush can be. I auto UV'd the model in Maya, but the program crashed. Either way I spaced checking if the UVs were saved before crashing. Suffice it to say I had to UV map it after Zbrush. Bleh. Well, it wasn't a terrible amount of work. And I can do better.
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  07 July 2007
great work on the model!

but have you looked into the anatomy of a cat?
i think i would suggest a differnt set of rear legs
to more fit the ones of the front. And the way
the rear legs fold should be in reverse i think.

It might not be important if you go for a very
cartoonish interpretation, but i have the feeling
we are loosing the cat feeling a bit.

I'm not a computerfreak!! but a freak with a computer!
And I'm not afraid to use it!
  07 July 2007

What a meaningfull impression on the cat's face it is!
Waiting for the following phases of this thread
" Just manipulation!... They show the world to you not for to inform but to make you believe what they want to. "
  07 July 2007
very nice and interesting thread you have here mate nice idea and nice modeling so far i see you have a great energy in these hope you will finish it
love is in the air
  07 July 2007
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