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#19 Games Practical Project

I retopologised the finished sculpts, and baked the high poly to the retopologised low poly meshes. I used Xnormal, as I have had a lot of history with it, and I know it tends to give good results. 89 more words

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#18 Games Practical Project - Character props.

Don Quixotes revolver was an easy sculpt, and as you can see, the ring motif has been modified. I felt the shape wasn’t really working, and those I spoke to about it agreed with me. 129 more words

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#17 Games Practical Project - Wrapping up Sancho Panza's sculpt.

Sancho was a lot easier to sculpt, because he is basically made of one material, if you exclude his most of his helmet. Which is metal. 249 more words

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#14 Games Practical Project

After looking through my research folders, looking for something to inspire Sancho Panzas legs. I came across a photograph of one of ThreeA’s models.

To me, the legs on the tall one looked perfect, if a bit skinny and long for what I wanted, so I found a few more reference photographs, and set about making my own set of legs. 149 more words

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#13 Games Practical Project

Started doing the modelling on Sancho panza. Been having some  issues working out how the legs will work, and how to get the right shape or everything. 54 more words

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Review: "Man of La Mancha" at Curtain Call Stamford

Kathleen Mosel, OnStage Critic

While Curtain Call’s season thus far has continued the standard of quality we’re used to seeing from them, I haven’t left the Kweskin or Dressing Room Theatre truly awe inspired. 586 more words

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