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Second model/render I made in Blender.
Any advice for a noob?
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>Any advice for a noob?
Post in the /wip/ thread.
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>>686747
That thread sucks.
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>>686744
>Any advice for a noob?
stop doing funko pop and do nendoroid instead.
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The head is way too large for the body. That's really something you should have noticed yourself.
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>>686767
This, too square too
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>>686767
>>686769
I Just tried to recreate a funko pop someone gave me, they all have this shape head. See pic related. Sorry if it looks like I tries to claim the design for myself
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>>686770
Look at this dude
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>>686771
What?
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>>686772
Look at the top of his head
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>>686770
>>686744

The eyes on the funko one look like cut off spheres where your one is flat. Ears are too sharp. Nose is too sharp. You dont have the wrinkles on the belly like the other one. Cape not thick enough and folds too uniform. Leak is too small and not colored right. Belt buckle doesnt look like the other one. Your boots are too tight to the legs and dont break away like the other one. In short copy what you see.
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>>686750
It's actually great since you're not there.
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>>686783
Any blenderer have an Idea How I would Go to make the cape look the Same ?
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>>686958
Take plane, model into shape, solidify, add subsurf for that "laffy taffy" look.



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