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    Sci-fi Character: Scout

    This is another concept design I just finished, will be modeling this character in full detail later when I've got the rest of my concept designs ready. The process for this one started with "Make Human" imported that base into Lightwave where I blocked out both the boots and helmet and used Genoma for the first time ever, used it just to pose it (thanks for the help with that one), then rendered it out using a gray but shiny material. Ohh and I almost forgot, I tried out fiber fx for the very first time and with zero experience in using it, I got pretty much my hair blocked out just the way I wanted in about 15 minuted Then this base render was painted upon in photoshop. Hope you like her


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    That's really quite cool! Nice work!

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    Awesome character!
    Your proportion is good!
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    Thanks for the praise guys I loved being able to use "Make Human" for creating good believable proportions as a base to work with.

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    Love it. Great pose.


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    Thanks

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    Real nice work!
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    Thank you hope it will look as cool when I do the production model

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    Started working on the production model from based on the concept above

    Thinking about trying an allquad mesh again

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    only quad poligons so far...


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    All quads.. nice.


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    Nice work, I like the general render, the tone and colors of it, maybe it feels like the cam angle is a little of balance for the compose of the shot, the pose is sort of leaning towards the left a bit too much maybe, so not sure if it would look better
    if you could bank the camera to the right a little, or change the model pose? I think it would feel more in balance and steady to the ground ready to go that way..so to speak.

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