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Old 01 January 2002   #1
Arrow Goblin Wip

Here is a character I started a while back and had to stop working on due to paying jobs. My schedule has cleared up for the next few days so I intend on finishing him (although I never seem to finish anything). All comments are welcome. I don't mind the harsh ones.

 
Old 01 January 2002   #2
I absolutely ador the sour look on his face. You've got really good details in the face, nice subtle wrinkles. May we see a pre-smoothed close up? Really nice hands.

Not sure about the crease down the back. Doesn't fit around his shoulders and neck. Keep up the excellent work. Looking forward to a finished version.
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Old 01 January 2002   #3
Good work ... i love this one !
 
Old 01 January 2002   #4
Wow.. awesome stuff

Can't wait to see it finished

Are you planning on animating him at all?

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Old 01 January 2002   #5
Smile

I like it a lot.

looks great
 
Old 01 January 2002   #6
Fantastic!!! very very good and original!!
I love his hands!! (tutorials?).
Very good muscles.
Very detailled head with personality and expresion.
Good render.

where can I see more of your stuff?
What program are you using?
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Old 01 January 2002   #7
Ditto, excellent work. Real style, could you show us the wire frame, what techniques you used and all that. Love it
 
Old 01 January 2002   #8
Really good work, specially the face expression.
I'd say that maybe the muscle from the chest to the shoulder look a bit weird but as I've never seen any Goblin in my life I can't really tell
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Old 01 January 2002   #9
wooowoooo impressive work Warden very very nice modeling!!!!


Come on post your other work!!!
 
Old 01 January 2002   #10
seen your work earlier great stuff ! i also like how your render turned out in the nwtk forums any hints on light set ups or the shader etc great proprtoins only thing i see a lil odd to me is the pec to shoulder muscle seem to have 2 color bones , great stuff ]
 
Old 01 January 2002   #11
wow

very nice I love it show wirefframes please
 
Old 01 January 2002   #12
Wow ! Beautiful!!

I was just thinking about 3d goblins, and I've concluded there couldn't be new things on the theme ... you showed me I was really, really wrong.

Can you post wireframes/poly cage images?

Keep going, it's amazing.
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Old 01 January 2002   #13
wow, the head is one of the best heads i've seen made in 3d! I love the expression, I can almost feel his soul through that pic, you'll have to finish this one!
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Old 01 January 2002   #14
JEEAAHHH !!!

GREEEAAAAT WORK !!!

A very nice Idea to model the Eyes closed. (It's much better to animate )

can't wait to see the next images...



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Old 01 January 2002   #15
thanks guys!

I think you guys are right about the pec/shoulder junction. I always had a problem with that part of the model but now that I've heard it from others I know I need to fix it. That seems to be the hardest joint to model and rig correctly.
The rendering is Lightwave 7 radiosity with an hdri image from here:
http://radiosity.tripod.co.jp/hdri/lightprobe.htm

Here are some wire shots and a different pose.



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