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  01 January 2002
Talking "Door Keeper" Dark Fantasy WIP

I am not sure about shoulder how many parts got shouldar anyway? Does anyone got good anatomy picture of Shoulder?

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  01 January 2002
:confused:

write me some coment pleeeeeeeeeeeeeease...
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  01 January 2002
i liked the style a lot. the face is great.

do u mapped the pencil sketch on the torso or
its flat 2d ?
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  01 January 2002
Hi Kadde and thanx for comment ,
torso is just sketch in background, I got to model other parts later...
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  01 January 2002
wow this character looks cool.... really like the detail of the head and all those vain like things on his check.

looks good so far, post some more pics when u get more done
 
  01 January 2002
Quote: Originally posted by Kadde
i liked the style a lot. the face is great.

do u mapped the pencil sketch on the torso or
its flat 2d ?


Yeah, I agree. It does kinda look like it's mapped (probably cause the shadows). But anyway, I love the head... Keep goin. I want more
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  01 January 2002
It's a good start. Keep giong, I want to see more One thing: maybe make the waist/abdomen a little thickre. It looks too thin on the sketch...
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  01 January 2002
About the shadow: the background is maped on the plain so thats whay it looks so ...

About abdomen : yeas I agree, its too thin. I was thinking about not abdomen at all, maybe only backbone (you know its zombi ),
and I havnt decide right now, so this is average sketch
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  01 January 2002
Really promising. The details are impressing, but shouldn't you model the entire body in a more neutral pose ?
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  01 January 2002
For referance{re:questions about the shoulder} you should check out Burne Hogarth, 'Dynamic Anatomy' is a wicked book, Ive used it countless times for reference.

PS I really like the model, good stuff
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  01 January 2002
Thanx JT... This will be just illustration so I dont need to wory about animation or neutral pose

Here is detail of head, mostly bump....
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  01 January 2002
Shoulder has three main sections. An anterior (front) section, lateral (side) section, and posterior (back) section.


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  01 January 2002
Thanx FrageNSTEIN, do you have some good image showing these part? I got plenty images of shoulder but mostly there is only one part or isnt clear where start and end which part..

Thanx a lot
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  01 January 2002
nice style

Only personal for me [whose anty spec], but you might try less spec or a map to enhances areas, I like to us a GI render and bring to Photoshop , grayscale then inverse and use as a spec map , also there's some stretching ,but you defiantly have a nice style. I,d like to more of your work post some more.
 
  01 January 2002
I HAD a great ref site. Lemme find it for ya.

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