Getting back to basics

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Doggie
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Getting back to basics

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Not much here except that with the new inflate/deflate/add/subtract tools I can more easily flesh out basic shapes.
More and better to come.
sculptor
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Post by sculptor »

good to see another user posting :D
i like the way you've done those ears doggie
i tend to hide ears because i haven't been very good at them.
your little character has given me the incentive to have another go.
look forward to seeing how your work develops.
Doggie
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Post by Doggie »

The funny thing is I'm not even sure how I got the ear shape to work. I remember I drew a profile with the lathe tool then I think I used a 3rd line in a different window then mirrored it to make the lathe go flat. I still have a bit of a time getting the shapes I want but the new tools do help me flesh out lathes that come close to what I have in mind.
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Post by Simon »

Good to see you getting back into it :) Don't forget the Mesh/Merge command too - very handy for joining body bits together.
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