tnx shou i'll try to aplly your tip and see if it works for me
here is a paint i'm working on in between exams
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héhé congratz for the ticket to the final, now I guess you guy's will have to finish the game? but damn Egypt, lucky you
Enjoy! (on the costs of Microsoft )
great stuff m8 , congrats on the winning and going to cairo thing
Here's my programming exam project, it's a small painting tool i put together in C++
Please try it
(the X button is for symmetry painting and the GUI shows when your on the right side of your window)
wipshot for today
Nice 3d model mate. the lighting is looking great. I love to see a stubby proper wolverine
I would put some more meat in the back of the nek muscles. They support the wole torso. The lower sides of the thigh look a bit big. And maybe around the spine, collarbone and abdominales u shouldnt go that deep everywhere. Maybe some muscle texture will help.
Anyway, I should shut up, I 've got work to do myself!
Great work. Keep it up!
I don't know much about 3D modeling but this stuff looks great Keep it up!
thnx for passin
jep its mike from LP
did u stop updating for some reason? :p
tnx for the comments guys, Now that the imaginecup finals are over i have time again to do some more study paint and sculpts
here's an update on the wolverine sculpt
Last edited by polydrawer; July 11th, 2009 at 12:01 PM.
good work on this sculpt , at the first shot i thought it's a real one.
didn't know we could tweak lighting in zbrush
well, a painting program !!! you're also a programmer , crazy !
Very clean sculpt. Great anatomy . Cool cool ... looking forward to the final
hehe tnx guys !
here's a paint from ref i just made, it has been a while since i've done one of these :p
Last edited by polydrawer; July 14th, 2009 at 05:47 PM.
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