3D Character - Lordpig

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  10 October 2012
3D Character - Lordpig

Hi everybody, i'm Rémi DUBOIS, i'm a french student in Créajeux, wich is a high school for carreer in videogame.
I'm in the 3rd year of study and at the end we have an exam and have to show our professionnal book.
This is the reason why some people told me to come here if i wanna have more feedback on my Personnal work.
Maybe you know my teacher who is Florian Delarque alias Chokmah on the internet.
So here is the first work i've done on Zbrush, and i hope you will help me to progress and make better each time.
Sorry if my english isn't very good but be sure i still learn it.

So the work we have to do was to create a character from a silouhette we give us.

So here is the silouhette and the character i've done, if you have some advice i really need them to progress.

So here it is :

  11 November 2012
no feedback ?
  11 November 2012
Looks very good so far! I like your character very much, except the arms. They don’t really go with the overall look. Why not following the style of the legs there? The face is good but almost too common somehow... and the ears could look more like separate ears and not like streamlined adhesions.

Hope this helps..
  11 November 2012
good start, I would recommand maybe a stronger and fatter legs.. but maybe it's your idea to keep the small size
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  11 November 2012
Hi all, thanks for your feedback, hum for the legs and the arm, i try to create a fat character like we can see on the silouhette wich was imposed by our teacher who've done is own design for this character and just give us the silouhette. so we have to imagine the character from thie first picture.
Maybe Florian Delarque will come to send the first one ^^
For the legs you're perfectly right, they could be little but should be tougher.
I will try to add mor muscles on the leg to maintain the stand up position.

Thank you again for your comments and don't hesitate to continue if you have other ideas or tips that could make it more credible.

Have a good evening.
  11 November 2012
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