Armed and Dangerous - Make A Splash

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  02 February 2012
Armed and Dangerous - Make A Splash

Here is my entry to the Mudbox Challenge...

Concept Sketch


Base Mesh


I used the humanoid basemesh in mudbox and brought it into maya to scale to child proportions, then brought it back into mudbox. I would rather scale the proportions straight in mudbox, instead of using maya, but Im not sure how. Does anyone know how to scale parts of the mesh using the scale tools without scaling the entire object?

I know that I can use the grab tool, but that warps the parts in another other axis when I try that. Im really old school, Ive never used zbrush or mudbox before, so this is all new to me.
 
  02 February 2012
hi...

you could use the pose tools to do that...
and mirror the layer afterwards...
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  02 February 2012
Originally Posted by oglu: hi...

you could use the pose tools to do that...
and mirror the layer afterwards...



Thanks for the advice! I appreciate it. I will try that instead of doing what I did.
 
  02 February 2012
Great idea! Good luck, entering the contest to learn the software was a good idea, it gives that extra motivation.

Cheers
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