Penn Caricature (sans Teller)

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Penn Caricature (sans Teller)

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This is an experiment in caricature and 3D modelling. Also an exercise in building a sculpture from a sketch.

I got some help with the caricature side from Tom Richmond's Blog - some useful tutorials.

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That is very impressive and such fun
(and a whole new group of potential users who could get a lot out of curvy ?)

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could get us all going MAD :D
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Really impressive. I am looking at the blog now and will try this out. I find it tricky to work with the Wacom with Curvy. Specially the rotating the model.
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Post by Simon »

Mr.Nemo - There is a bug with wacom and rotating the view - I switch to my mouse to rotate the view, then swap back to tablet to finish drawing.

sculptor - Ace little MAD head! Love it :)
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you guys did good :)
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