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  03 March 2004
Cartesius: A few more questions, if you don't mind, before you put this baybe to sleep.

1. Can you show a wire frame...without HyperNURBs?

2. What size are your textures? Did you do the UV unwrapping and texturing in BodyPaint?

Thanks...
 
  03 March 2004
fantastic work compliments, you are Bravo
 
  03 March 2004
This is really excellent

one thing, though.
As a hunter, he is on track outdorr, so he should be a bit tanned rather than redish.

Or maybe this photo was take at the beginning of the hunt season, and he just caught a sunburn
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  03 March 2004
Quote: Originally posted by bobzilla
1. Can you show a wire frame...without HyperNURBs?

2. What size are your textures? Did you do the UV unwrapping and texturing in BodyPaint?


1. Below are some wires. The mesh has changed slightly since these were captured but the basic principles and layout is still the same

2. Yes, I used BP for UV editing on almost all the various parts -- head, hat, jacket (3 separate parts here: "body" and two sleeves), shirt and so on. After unwrapping and arranging the UVs I exported the wire grid for further painting in Photoshop so BP was used mainly for UV manipulating.

The texture sizes are 1024x1024 for everything except the face wich has a size of 4000x2000 (If I remember correctly).

Wire1:


Wire2:


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  03 March 2004
Wire 3:


Wire4:


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  03 March 2004
@blukarma: Thanks!

@Essania: Yeah, let's say it's early in the season yet. But he should probably me a bit more tanned.

/Anders
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  03 March 2004
Great work!
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  03 March 2004
Cartesius: Thakns for the wires. Nicely layed out mesh.
As ggod as BodyPaint is, I still find myself going back to Photoshop, too.
 
  03 March 2004
Yes, BodyPaint is good but I feel more at home with Photoshop.

/Anders
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  03 March 2004
im just catching up

very nicely done!

it cant really be crited much at all!

but

the one thing that would be good to see would be him in his sitting room, big mansion sitting room with paintings and lots of wooden funiture / big mantle piece…yep

its really lovely looking at the a wire frame...with and without the HyperNURBs alongside each other

im not really a modeler yet, but it looks like really very nice clean professional model!

top stuff dude!
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