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    Curmudgeon in Training Ma3rk's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by macb View Post
    Some more progress on my Dude,
    was playing with adding some hair with Fiber FX.
    Going for realistic hair at first but kindda like making it look sculpted
    like spaghetti.

    I noticed you went from the simpler beard to this. This still modled geom or did you use a technique on poly chains? Seems to work well for the character anyway.
    "Never be a cat in a cartoon. Never." Chief Wiggum

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    I modelled some spline guides to follow the geometry of the beard and hair, then used thick fibre FX.
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    Not a fan of posting a render every time I make a minor change.
    But here is some more progress, playing with the jeans and added a touch of colour to his face.

    Last edited by macb; 04-12-2019 at 09:04 AM.
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    Looking pretty decent there. Nice choice for the belt buckle.

    Of course he's gonna need tire-tread flip-flops now.
    "Never be a cat in a cartoon. Never." Chief Wiggum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ma3rk View Post

    Of course he's gonna need tire-tread flip-flops now.
    Hmmm... I like that idea!
    Will add it to my To Do.
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    Wow this is really cool Macb .... nicely done ^^
    it really sucks ......

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3dhotshot View Post
    Wow this is really cool Macb .... nicely done ^^
    Thanks Zahir!
    Hope to post some more progress in a few days.
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    Fiddled with his shirt textures and added an old desert model to give him some environment.
    Think I'll start modelling his sandals next.

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    Given him a name yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ma3rk View Post
    Given him a name yet?
    Just been calling him "Dude" so far.
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    Modelling some tire-tread flip-flops,
    created the tread shapes in illustrator then brought into modeler via the eps import.
    I'm a fan of illustrator for repeating shapes like that.



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    This is really top notch work. Love the simple subd modeling - I can never get subds to "bend" according to my will :-( not without endless fiddling.

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    Très nice macb.
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    Love the style of this, especially the spagetti hair and the lovely poly flow you have! Nice work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by macb View Post
    Not a fan of posting a render every time I make a minor change.
    But here is some more progress, playing with the jeans and added a touch of colour to his face.



    Dude, I think I found his Avator : Alan Wilson The late singer with 'The Canned Heat.'

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRKNw477onU great blues track.

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