Oct 30 2006, 08:11 AM
I've been trying to create an anime figure for a while now, but I am stuck on the nose and eye. here are the pictures I am using:
and the center photo in this pic,
The eyes are so irregular, and the nose it so pointy, lol. I get so frusturated. I can't do the face w/o this part. Can anyone help me? Maybe show me how to do it or something?
Oct 30 2006, 08:53 AM
I don't do Anime but I can help with 2 links:tutorial 01
There is someone called "Kricket(?) in the forum who is into this and has a bunch of tutorials, the page is blocked here at work so I cannot give more info than the linkKricket
Oct 31 2006, 08:38 AM
here is my file. i don't know how to take the screenshots, so this will have to do.
i hope this helps. its as far as i can go w/o totally ruening it.
Oct 31 2006, 12:10 PM
There was only a single spline in your project file, I'm guessing it's the nose?
First off, you're using way too many CPs, tone it down and you'll get a much nicer curve. In the attached picture your spline is on the right, a new one I built is on the left. If you need to modify the curve you can turn on Bias Handles (it's the button to the right of the Globe) and tweak the curve that way.
Also - I have to ask: Have you modeled anything in Animation Master before? Have you gone through the tutorials in the book or anything like that? It's not wise to jump in and start building a humanoid character off the bat. Start small and work your way up.
Oct 31 2006, 12:22 PM
i have gone through the tutorials in the book that came with the program. I did get kinda stuck on the cooper one though.
Nov 1 2006, 12:54 PM
if you have the basics down for modelling, then the tutorials here should help out alot. they helped mehttp://home9.highway.ne.jp/katakata/title.htm
its all in japanese, but the pictures are relatively easy to follow
Nov 1 2006, 05:14 PM
you can translate it with this
he may be too bashful to mention it, but do check out mr. krick's many anime tutes:http://dement3d.com/tutorial/
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