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    Tuff Old Man!

    This project is due in 5 days, thought I share what I have so far. Any comments or suggestions would be greatly appericiated





















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    thats gonna kick ass..
    hopefully ur leaving him bald..

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    nice job so far. i really like the hands

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    In my opinion if you leave him bald, he'll look to much like an older Agent 47 from that game Hitman.

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    Hands

    Looking good! the hands seem a little fat on the side view, they look good from top and bottom, but the palms look a little bloated. Keep up the good work.

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    thanks for the responses guys.

    thanks on the great critics, I fixed the hands and touched up some little spots

    Here is a small update of the baby head. Hopefully I will beable to finish everything by tomarrow cheers



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    what program did you use for this?

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    I used maya and zbrush for the whole project
    here are some updated images





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    I Love your characters, very original idea with the baby on back. I have two questions for you, one, Can we see some wires? and two, what programs have been put to use during this creation?, woops, just went back and actually read the postings, instead of looking at all the pretty pictures, and I see Maya and Zbrush on there. So never mind that Question, but i still want some wires

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    podunkly glad you dig it. I used good old maya and zbrush. what a combo. They work beautifully together. Here is a little update and a wire as requested. cheers





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    very nice topology, seems to be a bit high in the poly count but I have a feeling its cause its from Maya, Ive never worked in it, but most of what Ive seen come out usually is high poly. Where did you get the pict of the old man?, what a character to build. Im very new to zbrush, got any good sites for tutorials or tips?

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