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Old 07-16-2012, 06:04 PM   #1
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NAIX, Character (anatomy study)

Hi guys, this is my second time to create a full body character, i have been studying anatomy by watching and reading tutorials for months. I hope that im getting good. I have already sculpted the upper part and I know there's a lot of mistakes here so i hope that you can give me some tips here.


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Old 07-29-2012, 02:37 PM   #2
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I believe you will be better of posting this question in WIP. It is hard to give you an advice when I don't see you work.
Sorry, but you posted a very generic question.
 
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Hi, sorry for that, i forgot that i deleted the image link in my DA, thats why the image cant be seen here anymore.

You can see it right now. Anyway i have some feedback while posting this in WIP, they said that i randomly sculpted the abs and his back, i dont know if this kind of sculpt will work because i am thinking of mixing demon/human form. Maybe i will re-sculpt this again.

Sorry for bad english.
 
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