A work in progress (3D)

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This is something I'm working on for one of my sites... The logo for the site is actually 2D, and contains 5 of these guys...

This is a 3D version that I'm going to be using for various sections around the site (tutorials n' whatnot),

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Yup, I know the legs, feet, arms & hands aren't exactly like the orthographics, I used those as a reference, then twisted around to produce a more valid pose so I can bone it and animate it.

I still need to tweak the arms a bit so it's in the classic T pose, but it's getting there :)
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looks promising! :D
you going to bone it? :lol:
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hehe yeah, it does need to be boned, so that it can go into Motionbuilder for some sequences :)
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Post 3+ Months Ago

They almost lose their coolness in 3D :-P
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Oh, once he's got the right colouring going, and he's animated, you'll love him :)
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I like him, but like you said, I don't like the feet. perhaps it is the crease on the side of the foot that bothers me.

What kind of modeling did you use to create that?
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yeah the crease on the foot is a little odd, smoothing it out would look much better.

but otherwise its looking good ;-)

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