Last edited by joe55; 01-24-10 at 03:27 AM.
The low poly is looking great!Keep with the good work!
I would love to finish my marine with other software but this is not possible to me due some problems with symmetry with the "add edge" and "add point".
I've learned the basics of the Softimage XSI to do this kind of modelling, but i don't know how to activate the symmetry to the "add edge" and "add point".
Somebody knows how to activate it? Some good plugin or Script? Or some trick to use this kind of symmetry with Maya or Max.
Can you show the concept that you made in Zbrush? I would love to see!
Good designer ,amazing designs
I am not familiar with XSI, but in both Max and Maya there are symmetry modes. In Max, you can use the symmetry modifier. Or cut your model in half down the middle, and duplicate it as an instance and mirror. An instance will apply changes to both sides. Maya has a couple ways to do symmetry also. I am not very familiar with it but I think instancing should work here as well, and I believe there are a few other ways to achieve it. Hope that helps a bit.Originally Posted by Dhyego
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thanks Dhyego! here is a segment of the concepting, i didnt take many renders cause its fugly ! http://www.zbrushcentral.com/attachm...hmentid=169444
also about your symetry question i do what aberrant suggestion with instancing
thanks alot bow917370!!!
really awesome dude ! the space marine is really great !
I'm glad you removed the pistons at the back. They didn't look functional anyway. That's a lot of detail you've got there in your 15k polys
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my friend is animating him you can see here http://www.talking-monkeys.com/renders/newwalk6.mov
his site is http://www.talking-monkeys.com
Last edited by joe55; 02-15-10 at 03:44 AM.
Wow, top notch work!
Funny Valentines creature
Wow that was a cool animation. There was no sound, but I could imagine the mechanical sounds that would be there. Tell your animator that it looks choice.
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