Character: Jill Torso

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Old 11 November 2003   #1
Character: Jill Torso

This is a design for a character I will be making in 3D.
I need critique on anatomy and proportions.
Eventually I will draw clothing, and accesories on the figure.
I did some retouching in Photoshop.

 
Old 11 November 2003   #2
Proportions aren't bad actually....although as an image, it's disturbing to me that the outside arms are cut off. My only criticisms of the body are that I'd lighten up that big black gash in her abdomen, and on the back view, I'd soften the hairline - right now the white part looks kinda like a metal piece stuck to her head.

It's also a little weird on the frontal one, that you can see her eyebrows thru the hair.
 
Old 11 November 2003   #3
The stomach is way too long... the shape of the lungs should extend much further below the bottom of the breasts. The belly button should be almost between the hips, not so far above them.

Also, the hair looks rather stiff, especially the bangs. Imagine it swinging around more.
 
Old 11 November 2003   #4
I made some fixes
  • shortened the hair
  • fixed eyebrow clipping the hair
  • moved arm down
  • added clothing
  • made rib cage longer
  • reduced and lowered the belly button


The origional design is on my website. I still need to fix the knuckles on her right hand so they are arched instead of linear. The openings in the top for her arms still need rounding. The fabric needs detail. The guns need to be drawn. Eventually she will be wearing a shoulder rig.
Later I will ink, and color the image.
 
Old 11 November 2003   #5
I made some fixes
  • shortened hair
  • moved arm down
  • added clothing
  • made rib cage longer
  • reduced and lowered belly button
 
Old 11 November 2003   #6
This would be one rough to deal with ortho axis template for a 3D model. Do you plan on modeling her in this pose?
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Old 11 November 2003   #7
I'm working backwards. I already have a 3D version, and need to make something 2D for the HR departments to look at. Apparently they wont hire an artist who cant draw. Although the model is already on my website, she still needs some fixing in the modeling and textures.
 
Old 11 November 2003   #8
nice

Well she looks quite good now I think.
She looks better than the 3d-Model in this pic. I don't really like the model's face. But that's only my opinion. Go on this way.
 
Old 12 December 2003   #9
  • Detailed Guns
  • Added Shoulder, and Thigh Rig
  • Started coloring
I will do more coloring, and then I'll ink it in Illustrator
 
Old 12 December 2003   #10
the model on your site is good and this good too - the only suggesting I have for future work is more clothing, now I like T&A as much as the next guy but considering the male dominated work we do there's an awful lot of it, other than that you're doing great.
 
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