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    Red face Second Sculpt

    Hey hey,

    I made an armature last night and have spent most of today having a go at a full figure. It's obviously very much unfinished, but I feel it's at a stage where comments and crits would be valuable.

    Please let me know what you think.

    Cheers all,

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    And these are some pics I took during the early stages:

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    Awesome anatomy, give him a guitar
    Any thoughts on what he will be holding/doing?

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    Nice work sculpting is some I want to do to!.
    There are some anatomy problems I did a paint over to fix what I think is wrong with the collarbone area & gave him a moustache! I hope you don't mind!.Also you might think about turning his left foot out to give him a stonger pose.
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    This is a good site learning about anatomy!
    http://sites.google.com/site/djcbriggs/fau

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    Thanks JamesSimons. That's much appreciated. That's a nice quick reference site too. I might turn his foot out a little more and will definitely be addressing the collar bone issue. Now it's been pointed out it's glaringly obvious. Thanks for taking the time to look over it.
    Weirdly, as I was sculpting I always imagined him with a beard and moustache. Obviously some of that still came through.
    @JonKross, he'll probably be holding a large hammer or axe (no not the guitar kind ;-P )

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    Spent a bit of time blending in the muscles and scaling them down a little. The back and head haven't been looked at yet. I think I went a bit overboard with the abdominal muscles and rib area. I'm off on holiday for 2 weeks now so I'm looking forward to doing something a bit more imaginative when I get back. This sculpt really helped me get to grips with some of my tools and to start working out at workflow that works for me. Practice practice practice.

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    Don't move away from this guy yet. There is loads of potential here. I think you should work on the eyes, they are what is throwing this guy off a bit, assuming you are sculpting the average human, the eyes appear to be a tad too close together, and they are definitely set too far into the face.

    You have a really good grasp on the figure though, I think you have a great future ahead of you!!! Keep at it! Looking forward to your next post!

    Maddmaestro

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