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    Planar Head sketchup

    Noob at sketchup but I'm getting the hang of it. Started this yesterday and this ended up being the second attempt. I have a real Planar head attached to a camera tripod but I thought having a digital one will come in handy as well.


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    Excellent Jason. That's a candidate for Google Warehouse surely? ;-)

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    Nice man.The head has a lot of character. Pretty damn good job for your second try too boot. Hope to see more from you.

    Would love to see a work in progress video on your head. Looks like your using the follow me tool for most of your curve work? Or are you just pushing and pulling triangles?

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    @Joeparis - I'm considering putting this up on the warehouse but the Planar Head has a copyright on it so I'm a little reserved about it.

    @Chirp Chirp - Thanks CC! Honestly there wasn't much technique involved. I placed a side view and front view on a plane and locked it. Then traced the profile. After that I would just plant specific points and lines in space with the line tool before "skinning" or manually meshing them. The head, eye, and ear were seperate groups.


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    This is amazing! Incredible work. I didn't know it was possible to actually do sculpting work like this in sketchup, but I guess it makes sense it would be!

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    That's brilliant. Have uploaded it yet to the warehouse? Lots of people here I'm sure would love to use it.

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    Yes, man, share your bounty! I've been looking for a 3D head for blender or sketchup for aaaages! Awesome work!

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    Very nice Jason! I was planning on sculpting myself one out of clay.


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    Thanks very much. It really is a fantastic tool. You have realized my dream.

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    Woah man, awesome! Thanks a lot. I had found one for Zbrush and my computer just can't handle it, so this is like a life daver for me, thank you ever so much

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