WIP

Mach25Mach25 Posts: 0
edited December 1969 in Hexagon Discussion

trying to model a human
need lessons on human proportion to become better

Iwomanback2.png
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Iwomanside.png
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Iwomanfront.jpg
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Iwomanback.png
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Comments

  • GhostmanGhostman Posts: 211
    edited December 1969

    :gulp: :bug: :ahhh:

  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,162
    edited December 1969

    Ghostman said:
    :gulp: :bug: :ahhh:

    Now cut that out! [jk] [man do we ever need new smilies in here]

    @ the op, I think you might get better results starting with shapes.

  • RoygeeRoygee Posts: 1,885
    edited December 1969

    Try using a reference picture for proportions:)

  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,162
    edited December 1969

    I see I was beat to that point, but I found my old thread here:

    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/8134/

    okay, it's not of a person but you can get an idea of how reference pictures can be used to help get the proportions right.
    We cannot post a bunch of reference photos though for this.

    There was a great set free over at Renderosity but last I checked seems they were pulled, hmmm....

  • RoygeeRoygee Posts: 1,885
    edited December 1969

    Why not just render out a side, front, back and top view of a Daz model and use that as a reference? Done correctly they'll be nicely aligned:)

  • GhostmanGhostman Posts: 211
    edited December 1969

    Ghostman said:
    :gulp: :bug: :ahhh:

    Now cut that out! [jk] [man do we ever need new smilies in here]

    @ the op, I think you might get better results starting with shapes.


    :coolsmile:

  • Mach25Mach25 Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    thanks for help

  • Tramp GraphicsTramp Graphics Posts: 1,725
    edited December 1969

    Another thing I would recommend is getting your hands on some human anatomy books for artists. There are a number of excellent ones out there you can find at most book stores or artist's supply stores.

  • Mach25Mach25 Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Another thing I would recommend is getting your hands on some human anatomy books for artists. There are a number of excellent ones out there you can find at most book stores or artist's supply stores.

    got a book on sketching: "advanced drawingskills - a course in artistic excellence" Barrington Barber
    seem like a good book that also could inspire me to make a different kind of renders

  • RedSquareRedSquare Posts: 0
    edited December 2012

    Another thing I would recommend is getting your hands on some human anatomy books

    I was at my osteopath's clinic a couple of months ago, moaning about the fact that the local book shops didn't have much in the way of anatomy books.

    On my next visit she presented me with her old medical reference charts she used when she was a student @ Uni'. The illustrator was Peter Bachin for the Illinois publisher ~ The Anatomical Chart Co. A3'ish size as well. I went back home really chuffed (Happy). But now of course no excuses not to get it right. :)

    Post edited by RedSquare on
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