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Old 07 July 2003   #1
Lightbulb character|rendertest:profile-figure.

hi.

2nd.post here,great forum.
would like to get some feedback on my new anim-character.

Will focus mainly on body-language, therefore no face.as
simple as possible, thought i tried to make him somehow
neat / appealing.

feedback would be great,
-m

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Old 07 July 2003   #2
He's cute.

But, isn't the heel a bit too big?
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Old 07 July 2003   #3
cool!!
he'll be fun to animate..


for this image it might look more like he was supporting the weight of his head if his elbows were forward and his fingers were interlocked

cant wait to see the animation!
get on it!
 
Old 07 July 2003   #4
hi!
thnx for feedback,

PaxtonGerrish: great, good suggestion! will do. thnx!

Samael3D: hehe thnx. the heel may seeme to big now,
possible because I need to tweak the weightmap a bit further,
maybe add some innfluense-obj.

forgot to mention he was made with maya5,rendered with MR.

have a nice day,
-m
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Old 07 July 2003   #5
hey!!

the thing i love most about this pic is the chair.
i think it's just wicked man!
the bloke looks pretty cool too, just not as good as the chair.
cheers!!
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Old 07 July 2003   #6
Rob_beddall: thnx!I`ve tried to cut out a toony-red style for him, glad you liked it.

here`s the "bloke", a early testrender/pose, unsmoothed and
his genital-area without the red-color. note: It`s actually a power-cord-outlett"name?"and not a penis.

best, -m

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