|07 July 2003||#1|
i work on new project...i go to finish this one(not like previous works)
amm....here what i done until now:
and here the sketch:
i do the sketch only to see how the character will be look like more or less and no to use it for refrence.
so what you say?
|07 July 2003||#3|
Grand Rapids, United States
Join Date: Aug 2002
I seems to be comming along alright, but there are a couple of things that I'd like to mention.
1 - There needs to be more definition around the eyes. They seem to be very bland. The eyes are one of the most important parts of a character. Its what shows alot of expression when animating. The eyes you have look very "droped in place and called good enough" look to them.
2 - I don't like the ears. To be that sharp and pointed it looks like they would be made out of steel. It doesn't have a fleshy look to them.
Anywho...these are my humbled opinions
|07 July 2003||#6|
Design and Illustration
Join Date: Aug 2002
I agree with Riptyde's comments. The catlike mouth and nose looks very good but the rest of the head look "vague". Think about how cheek bones, brow ridge and other skull structures and the muscles that overlay them would affect the shape of the head.
|07 July 2003||#7|
I like pointy thingsportfolio
It looks like you've worked on the ear a little more now, but in the wireframe it looks like you just took 1 vertex and yanked it to the side. If its supposed to have features of a cat shouldnt the eyes be bigger?
I also the head looks too wide, and theres a very 'sunken' look where the cheeck bone should be.
But having said that, theres nice detail in the ear. Maybe you should get more reference pics? that would probably help.
(Wheres the horse?)
|07 July 2003||#11|
Gone travelling :Dportfolio
Join Date: Mar 2002
WARNING: please post proper wireframes that are outlined inside the rules. http://www.cgtalk.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=70610
rendered wireframes are ugly, bad for your eyes and your health.
this is the kind of wireframes we expect to see.
straight from the viewport, they are much easier to read.
|07 July 2003||#13|
Join Date: Feb 2003
You really need to get a heap of reference pics and basically start over... Even though you are making a fantasy creature, you have to make sure that it gets some sort of believable anatomy. This character has none of that.
Be indiscreet - do it continuously.
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