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|Subject: Re: my first attempt at truescale Thu Feb 16, 2012 1:13 pm|| |
It look's quite good for a first try! And practise makes perfect:D
You could try to add a little more detail to the chest area. It's very bare and dull so some more pointy arrows or
's would make it much better.
I'm getting more and more tempted to try it myself:silent:
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|Subject: Re: my first attempt at truescale Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:29 pm|| |
You got the size right, methinks. Man, I NEED to truescale now, myself.
Keep it up!
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|Subject: Re: my first attempt at truescale Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:16 pm|| |
You sculpt much better than I can do (I don't know why... my sculpts are always butts!) Great results!
Once it dries well (a day or so), file it down smooth, then add the details. Practice makes perfect (crap... I'm 10 millions years of practice behind you!)
Now... MORE SCULPTING... MORE PICTURES... less blah, blah, blah!
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|Subject: Re: my first attempt at truescale Mon Mar 12, 2012 3:32 pm|| |
check out my tutorial :p might be of some help for you, It is extremely hard to sculpt chaosy bits on the torso, my advice would be to shave some off of plastic parts and add them on, just a suggestion
keep up the good work
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