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volume 1, issue 4

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Thinking Outside the Box:
Dangerous Curves Ahead

 

 

By Paul "Villam" Steed


Now I did tweak the UV's on the shoulder pad, neck, hips, hand and other bare arm. But I didn't need to use the U V Unwrap. I just moved and rotated the UV Map modifier gizmo to reflect what I wanted. Sometimes that's enough (much quicker, too).

Cool. Now we're almost done. I know ahead of time that a mirrored leg will fit in the space where such an appendage might look good (I know because I deleted it earlier). First, copy the leg...

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Then go up to the Tools command and pick the right axis and flip the leg and move it into position...

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At last we have a two-legged, fully textured Shauna who looks the part of some lethal mynx ('course Mynx is a brunette...).

Hope you dug the didactic modeling dogma from the paragon of modeling (yeah, right).

Piece.

-steed

- Paul Steed is an incredibly opinionated 3D artist at id Software.

 

Credits: Thinking Outside the Box logo illustrated and is © 1998 Dan Zalkus. Thinking Outside the Box is © 1998 Paul Steed. All other content is © 1998 loonyboi productions. Unauthorized reproduction is strictly prohibited, so don't even try it. We've got really big guns, and we're ripped, baby.