Demon wip

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  11 November 2005
Demon wip

well when creating the base mesh i did all quads so its not optimal for in game at all.
No point in changing this i just start a new one and go.

the texture still bothers me the 'glossy' look was intented thou.

mesh is 10k (way to much ) + bump

what u think?
  11 November 2005
i likee, i like the glossy effect but perhaps it could be more subtle or use a spec map to define which areas are/are not glossy, one other thing hes a bit "knock kneed" at the mo, i mean his knees are pointing towartds each other in pose, point them outwards, looks like hes going to wet himself, hey maybe thats why hes angry.
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  11 November 2005
nice model, can we see wires ?
Мy english is terrible, im sorry for that!
  11 November 2005
hi here is the wire..
as u se i rarely used edge loops (knees for example ) for posing it doesnt matter much (cause i can edit skin the way i want) but for game models i need to focus on that for sure.

i wanted the surface of the demon skin to look like it were glibered (so if he get slained one will think pick twice whether to pick his gliberred armor ;o)

knees i think its in the prespective i cant see it wrong on wire
  11 November 2005
Thats awesome.

I love the way u make it. Lovely flesh .

Great job
Architect of Fear
  11 November 2005
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