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    (First Post) Roller Girl

    Hello, this is the first time I have gotten up the courage to post something that I have been working on. She is a character for a game design I am working on at my school. She is a courier in a futuristic city. I'm still not sure about her colors and I have only textured the face and not the rest of her, so she is still very much a work in progress. She is being created using PS and 3D studio. Any C & C on her colors or anything else would be great.
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    Last edited by c0g; December 15th, 2002 at 03:19 PM.
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    cool design. nice colors.

    good body too.(personally I prefer them with a little more tush but that's just me ). nicely done boobies.

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    her legs are too long from the knees down. Either buff up her rollers or make them shorter (or both). right now they're a little weird.

    Also her gloves look like she just came back from cleaning the latrines and doesn't want to get any on her. Add a little more details to them.

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    image down below
    I think I fixed those proportional feet leg issues. I was going for big, but on another forum I posted this on no one liked it either. I'm going to spend some time and add some actually geometry to the gloves for detail becuase you where the second person to say she looked like she had just been cleaning the toilet. Thank you for the C&C.

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    but on another forum I posted this on no one liked it either
    dude I didn't say I didn't like it.
    If that was the case I wouldn't have bothered to post any crits. I usually only crit things I like. I think she has great potential and only mentioned the things I thought you should fix.

    You got her anatomy and curves nicely done, which I mentioned. The colors too. I don't think you should have taken her off - she was pretty cool. Put her back.

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    Sherban, I didn't mean it that way, I meant no one liked the big roller blades. I thought you liked parts of it, just not the size of them. No dude I appreciate the crits. Thank you! Thats what I wanted!
    updated gloves. I think they look much better. Well I guess I'm done getting my base down so now it's time to really start painting my textures. Any c & c would still be greatly appreciated.
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    Last edited by c0g; December 15th, 2002 at 02:50 PM.
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