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Old 02-12-2009, 12:08 PM   #1
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Hi guys, this looks like an awesome forum to contribute and get some worthwhile feedback to push on! Hope so.

I started this a while back after watching Hills Have Eyes, though I put it on the backburner.. time to finish it however I feel it could use strengthening in allot of areas. Perhaps an overkill on folds? Improved Gesture? Anatomy?

Hope to get some comments.. cheers guys.

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Old 02-12-2009, 02:47 PM   #2
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Hi Paul, welcome to cgfeedback
That's a cool model, I like the face, it's quite creepy.
My main question is , did you use references to do the body and clothing?
It is really hard (if not impossible) to model realistic clothing folds without references imo.
Here are my comments:
-The neck tendons seem a bit pinched, too sharp and thin where they meet with the clavicles.
-The shirt shoulder folds looks a bit regular - too parallel to the t-shirt border line
-The overalls wrinkles look indeed very busy, again I would follow exactly a real life one.
I am not saying this is the perfect reference, but it feels a lot simpler here:


-biceps outer lines could be smoother
-fingers feel very thin

Hope this makes sense, this is a pretty good start though,can't wait to see your next update.

Cheers!

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agreed with pascal, i would follow a ref for the clothing folds.
I also think the overall hand is too small and the fingers too short. Keep it up
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Old 09-12-2009, 04:22 AM   #4
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Hey guys, thanks for the pointers. I've tried to address them all to somewhat of a degree at least for now.

I actually was using reference (myself in baggy jeans) but I totally got lost in the sculpting and clearly overdone it. I hope they look better now? I'll be spending some time on the fingers next, just wanted to update...

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Hey Paul, yeah that looks much better, the bottom part of the pants still seem quite busy, any photo you could post for reference?

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Hey Paul, nice update. So this is a sculpt of you in your baggy jeans... oh wait... I just re-read your post hehe

The folds are definitely looking better. Don't forget to give those hands some love too
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