Character wip

johnnybevojohnnybevo Posts: 0
edited December 1969 in Hexagon Discussion

I am still working on several projects.
Here is a pic of a base mesh I am working on. It is still very low poly and there is much more tweaking to do.
I just started the feet and hands.

base_mesh.jpg
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Comments

  • TugpsxTugpsx Posts: 142
    edited December 1969

    Very nice, Hex rocks

  • cris333cris333 Posts: 107
    edited August 2012

    This tutorial is very useful http://www.digitaltutors.com/11/training.php?pid=705 but it's not free,only the lesson 1-preview ,unfortunately to watch it on website , a subscription is required and a monthly fee ,minimum 45 usd.

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  • johnnybevojohnnybevo Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    I restarted this base mesh. I am learning some new Technics for base mesh modeling.
    It is much different than I have done before. I don't know how many times I will remodel this, but when it is done then I will take it into sculptris or blender then retopo. After that I will bake some normal, specular and defuse maps, after uv mapping.

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  • johnnybevojohnnybevo Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Here are three more update pics.

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  • afreaginnameafreaginname Posts: 0
    edited August 2012

    Heheh...the first thing that crossed my mind when I saw this panel was wanting to shout "WHERE'S YOUR FUCKING NECK???"

    99% of the people who read this probably won't have any idea what I'm talking about, so to them my apologies for the profanity.

    But for the other 1%, let's all light a candle for the passing (as far as I can see anymore) of a tremendously fun cult phenomenon!! :lol:

    PS:
    Didn't mean to interrupt your tutorial, Jonny...I fust found this too hard to resist. :)

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  • ClaywomanClaywoman Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    He looks great!:-)

  • Hexagon ModelingHexagon Modeling Posts: 25
    edited December 1969

    Hi Johnny.

    Coming together realy nice, good to see the forarm pronate evenly. I like the presentation of the rib cage, and the spine depression, keep going at it.

    I would try to have at least two loops without any tris where it wraps from the pectoralis major, through the deltoids, all the way around the scapula, although you can terminate the loop into a Tri where the anterior (front) deltoid crosses the humerus, this still gives the correct form for the pectoralis majors insertion to the humerus, your notice this more so when the arms are latealy lifted.

  • johnnybevojohnnybevo Posts: 0
    edited August 2012

    CGDreams said:
    Hi Johnny.

    Coming together realy nice, good to see the forarm pronate evenly. I like the presentation of the rib cage, and the spine depression, keep going at it.

    I would try to have at least two loops without any tris where it wraps from the pectoralis major, through the deltoids, all the way around the scapula, although you can terminate the loop into a Tri where the anterior (front) deltoid crosses the humerus, this still gives the correct form for the pectoralis majors insertion to the humerus, your notice this more so when the arms are latealy lifted.

    Thanks Danny
    I hope to get back on this project very soon.

    IF you would not mind.
    Would you take one of this pics and draw out the loop. " all the way around the scapula, although you can terminate the loop into a Tri where the anterior (front) deltoid crosses the humerus"

    I want to make sure I get a proper flow for deformation

    Post edited by johnnybevo on
  • Hexagon ModelingHexagon Modeling Posts: 25
    edited August 2012

    CGDreams said:
    Hi Johnny.

    Coming together realy nice, good to see the forarm pronate evenly. I like the presentation of the rib cage, and the spine depression, keep going at it.

    I would try to have at least two loops without any tris where it wraps from the pectoralis major, through the deltoids, all the way around the scapula, although you can terminate the loop into a Tri where the anterior (front) deltoid crosses the humerus, this still gives the correct form for the pectoralis majors insertion to the humerus, your notice this more so when the arms are latealy lifted.

    Thanks Danny
    I hope to get back on this project very soon.

    IF you would not mind.
    Would you take one of this pics and draw out the loop. " all the way around the scapula, although you can terminate the loop into a Tri where the anterior (front) deltoid crosses the humerus"

    I want to make sure I get a proper flow for deformation

    Sorry for late reply Johnny, I didn't get the full notification message in my email. Il do some Ecorche drawings this morning, or dig some iv already done out for you.

    Ok, I uploaded the pics and included the female torso with edge flow I did for you this morning.

    Edge flow pictures and object file

    Post edited by Hexagon Modeling on
  • johnnybevojohnnybevo Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    CGDreams said:
    CGDreams said:
    Hi Johnny.

    Coming together realy nice, good to see the forarm pronate evenly. I like the presentation of the rib cage, and the spine depression, keep going at it.

    I would try to have at least two loops without any tris where it wraps from the pectoralis major, through the deltoids, all the way around the scapula, although you can terminate the loop into a Tri where the anterior (front) deltoid crosses the humerus, this still gives the correct form for the pectoralis majors insertion to the humerus, your notice this more so when the arms are latealy lifted.

    Thanks Danny
    I hope to get back on this project very soon.

    IF you would not mind.
    Would you take one of this pics and draw out the loop. " all the way around the scapula, although you can terminate the loop into a Tri where the anterior (front) deltoid crosses the humerus"

    I want to make sure I get a proper flow for deformation

    Sorry for late reply Johnny, I didn't get the full notification message in my email. Il do some Ecorche drawings this morning, or dig some iv already done out for you.

    Ok, I uploaded the pics and included the female torso with edge flow I did for you this morning.

    Edge flow pictures and object file

    Thanks Danny

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