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Lächeln human walk & run - 25.04.2012, 16:34

Dear all,

I am a cheetah 3d new user , the animation are my first homework, please give me some comment, many thanks!

The human walk & run mjpg link are as follow:
http://www.sendspace.com/file/ul6yog

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Default 26.04.2012, 11:43

The walk is quite cool, it's quirky. Is the heavy specular intentional on the render?
   
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Reden Thanks comment - 26.04.2012, 12:06

NOVOLUME,

Thank you for your comments, I use cheetah3d is still very preliminary, and hope that the older generation a lot of pointing improve my skill, thanks a
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Default 26.04.2012, 13:56

It's a good start, it's not easy to model a person. I would start by removing the specular on your materials and maybe taking a look at the front torso of your character a bit more - at the moment the front of his body looks a bit more like the back of a body.

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Lächeln Thanks again!! - 26.04.2012, 17:25

NOVOLUME,

Thank you for your comment again, I try to reduce specular and added sky and plane for render, it seem better than before, what do you feel about this?

The link : http://www.sendspace.com/file/ndxts3

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