Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Modeling Continues

Here's a few images. I'm throwing in the exploratory bust I made and an expression sheet. I decided to roughly block out the beard to see if the head I was modeling was getting there, I think it's on it's way. My final model will be a combination between the original sketch posted near the very bottom of my blog, the maquette I made, and the expression sheet. Feel free to post some feedback. I'm still very much in progress with this, so ANY would help. Harsh crits are welcomed.


Blogger Cat Musgrove said...

Just out of curosity - what's the plan with the beard? Is it going to move a lot? (Like, is it more like hair or wood?) I'm just wondering because it seems so long.

12:57 PM  
Blogger Chris Nabholz said...

I think that if you build the beard into his chest it might work out nice. just keep the edge loops going around his chest like a cape and the only weard parts should be when he leans forward.

I think it could still work with some extra blendshapes or bones to help keep it form crushing in.

6:33 AM  
Blogger Bevin said...

I think I agree with Shane (if I'm talking about the same thing he is, not exactly sure) but the muscle bulges on either side of his neck (trapezius muscles, I think) are a little large considering how narrow his neck seems to be and how small the muscles of the rest of his shoulder are.

It does sort of look like a blend of person and tree that way, but I think it might look better if you made them slope a little more into his neck instead of sticking out so far.

Other than that he's looking good. I really like your expression sheet. I think you should try to do the wispy eyebrows on him that you have on the expression sheet. I think it adds to his personality (though I'm not sure how you would do it in 3D, maybe paint fx?)

4:54 PM  
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