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Old 06 June 2007   #61
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Originally Posted by handlebar
Lol, i nearly choked on my chocolate bar when i saw your sketch, priceless, wonderful humour.

Steve 8)


Ahah, thanks Steven.


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Mouarf ! I can just imagine the chick with Syvester Stalone's voice going "Moma..."


Saying a huge PIOUPIOU !
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Old 06 June 2007   #62
right! "pioupiou"
 
Old 06 June 2007   #63



pioupiou


piou

piou
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Old 06 June 2007   #64
C'est un petit PIOUPIOU ça...

This is a little PIOUPIOU...
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Old 06 June 2007   #65
Nice start on the model. Man, I'm getting behind already.
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Old 06 June 2007   #66
bwahahaha - that's a rather cruel idea LOL HILLARIOUS! The poor thing...
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Old 06 June 2007   #67
Lol, a huge PIOUPIOU yeah exactly that !
Great shape !
Do you plane to start directly on Zb or make a "lowpoly" model in another software ?
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Old 06 June 2007   #68
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Nice start on the model. Man, I'm getting behind already.


Thanks Justin !

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Originally Posted by Intervain
bwahahaha - that's a rather cruel idea LOL HILLARIOUS! The poor thing...


you are right Magdalena, I'm cruel but it is not for real so I take advantage of it.

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Lol, a huge PIOUPIOU yeah exactly that !
Great shape !
Do you plane to start directly on Zb or make a "lowpoly" model in another software ?


No I think I will sculpt it the best as I can in ZB and I will retopologize it with the new tool of zb3. It will be a cartoon character so I don't think that I will do huge detail work on ZB...

Thanks for these comments mates and girls !
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Old 06 June 2007   #69
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No I think I will sculpt it the best as I can in ZB and I will retopologize it with the new tool of zb3!


My thoughts exactly... I can't wait to take that tool for a proper run

I look forward to seeing your progress
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Old 06 June 2007   #70
Hah!
Wonderfully funny
Like very much proportions of the baby...

Good luck!
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Old 06 June 2007   #71
Concept Sketch or 3D pre-visualization: Zphere modeling



Here is the Zpheres of this modeling...
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Old 06 June 2007   #72
Concept Sketch or 3D pre-visualization: Adaptive skin preview



Here is the adaptive skin preview...
Don't know if I will model the beak in a different mesh...
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Old 06 June 2007   #73
ZB rules

Zspheres sure are great to find the best shape , looking great already !
Can't wait for more , go Gillou

cheers ,

-Zapan
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Old 06 June 2007   #74
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ZB rules

Zspheres sure are great to find the best shape , looking great already !
Can't wait for more , go Gillou

cheers ,

-Zapan


Yeah I think this technique helps a lot. You can have a quick shape and then sculp it easily. I think the retopologize tool will help me to have a better shape if it is needed but the base shape is already good if you be careful in the creation of the Zsphere...
I think I will do a little vidéo to show you the creation.
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Old 06 June 2007   #75
Nice begining of mod
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