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Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Anders Heintz, Jan 15, 2004.

  1. RobH Active Member

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    Hi Anders

    Looking good, although I agree with Pete. Even if he leans forward in the final piece, I feel there would be some bending of the spine, and even the waist.......might be worth giving a friend a 'piggy back' and snapping a photo from the side, as you only have a front on photo to base your sculpt on........
    I know if i give my son a piggy back I still show some influence on my spine of his weight, and he's only 6 years old!

    just a thought

    Rob
  2. RobH Active Member

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    United-Kingdom
    Hi Anders

    Looking good, although I agree with Pete. Even if he leans forward in the final piece, I feel there would be some bending of the spine, and even the waist.......might be worth giving a friend a 'piggy back' and snapping a photo from the side, as you only have a front on photo to base your sculpt on........
    I know if i give my son a piggy back I still show some influence on my spine of his weight, and he's only 6 years old!

    just a thought

    Rob
  3. yeo_64 Active Member

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    Singapore
    Wonderful choice of subject :lol: I really like the human aspect of modelling.Yes,Anders,perhaps a little bending of the spine is in order here.Nonetheless,an excellent figure subject.I can't wait to see the final results Cheers (y) Kenneth.
  4. yeo_64 Active Member

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    Wonderful choice of subject :lol: I really like the human aspect of modelling.Yes,Anders,perhaps a little bending of the spine is in order here.Nonetheless,an excellent figure subject.I can't wait to see the final results Cheers (y) Kenneth.
  5. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

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    Hey Guys!

    Thanks for the feed back, I should know better by the next project, but Im way to far to go ahead and change the back now.

    Here is the latest update. Still need to work on several areas such as the butt, the hand and the right leg on the guy getting carried, and then the arms for the guy doing the hauling. Should get him done tomorrow :) Have about 7 hours of sculpting invested in him as of now.
  6. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

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    United-States
    Hey Guys!

    Thanks for the feed back, I should know better by the next project, but Im way to far to go ahead and change the back now.

    Here is the latest update. Still need to work on several areas such as the butt, the hand and the right leg on the guy getting carried, and then the arms for the guy doing the hauling. Should get him done tomorrow :) Have about 7 hours of sculpting invested in him as of now.
  7. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

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    Here is a close up of the head and the arms.
  8. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

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    Here is a close up of the head and the arms.
  9. yeo_64 Active Member

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    looking GOOD (y) Kenneth :lol:
  10. yeo_64 Active Member

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    looking GOOD (y) Kenneth :lol:
  11. Pete_H New Member

    Anders,
    Hey there, you hourse-riding amigo! I see what you're saying, but it would seem that the entire body would be leaning forward. It should be at the waist, though. But as you said, this is a learning experience :) Still, I must admit that when I first saw the figure, I was hoping it was going into production so I can slap a head that looks like Jude Law and call it "Vasily Zaitsev" (even though the "real" Vasily looked more like Ernest Borgnine). Dude, keep up the great work, you're doing good!

    P.S - if you've got Ghost Recon, let me know. I just got done having some outstanding games with "the boys."
  12. Pete_H New Member

    Anders,
    Hey there, you hourse-riding amigo! I see what you're saying, but it would seem that the entire body would be leaning forward. It should be at the waist, though. But as you said, this is a learning experience :) Still, I must admit that when I first saw the figure, I was hoping it was going into production so I can slap a head that looks like Jude Law and call it "Vasily Zaitsev" (even though the "real" Vasily looked more like Ernest Borgnine). Dude, keep up the great work, you're doing good!

    P.S - if you've got Ghost Recon, let me know. I just got done having some outstanding games with "the boys."
  13. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

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    United-States
    Hola Amigo!

    Thanks :) I never thought about doing him as Vasilij Zaitsev, could have worked though I acctually got another figure in mind for him and a scene from the movie.

    I do have GR somewhere. . .
  14. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Hola Amigo!

    Thanks :) I never thought about doing him as Vasilij Zaitsev, could have worked though I acctually got another figure in mind for him and a scene from the movie.

    I do have GR somewhere. . .
  15. Guy A Fixture

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    He's looking good Anders.............excellent!
  16. Guy A Fixture

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    He's looking good Anders.............excellent!
  17. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

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    United-States
    Hey Guys!

    I've probably bored ya'll to death by now, but good news! The figures are now done! Took approximately 10-11 hours of sculpting time. I've learned a lot from this project, and a lot of this comes from your feed back, thanks to all of you! The balance thing is really bugging me now, and I will know better next time :)

    Anyways here are the finished figures!
  18. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Hey Guys!

    I've probably bored ya'll to death by now, but good news! The figures are now done! Took approximately 10-11 hours of sculpting time. I've learned a lot from this project, and a lot of this comes from your feed back, thanks to all of you! The balance thing is really bugging me now, and I will know better next time :)

    Anyways here are the finished figures!
  19. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

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    A close up of the faces
  20. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

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    A close up of the faces

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