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Main : ! 3D Art ! : Marvel Comics :  Captain America

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Captain America
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SubmitterthestarkillerMore Photos from thestarkiller   Last Update2009/12/27 1:05
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I'm updating this image not because I want the art looked at again.  This is not a vanity thing.  This is to draw attention to the very WEIRD comments posted by rayhadle.  WTF is going on?

Finally solved the problem with the headwings.  I've been so focused on 3D that I had forgotten all the skills I had learned during my time doing manips.  Once I remembered what I was capable of with manips, the head wings seemed like a minor obstacle to overcome.  Hope you enjoy.  I enjoyed making it.

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thestarkiller
Posted: 2010/6/16 18:32  Updated: 2010/6/16 18:32
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Joined: 2008/4/12
From: Lima, OH
Posts: 487
 Re: Captain America
Believe me, I was seeing the flaws in this one before I ever posted it. This was one of my earlier pieces from before I had enough stuff for M3 to even consider loading him into a scene, so yeah, it's V3 with male morphs. I didn't have a single prop or conforming figure at the time to even come close to the headwings, so I just found an image from an issue of Avengers with the angle I needed, and cut the wings out and pasted them onto this. I've thankfully learned a lot since I did this image.
Guest
Posted: 2010/6/16 18:02  Updated: 2010/6/16 18:02
 Re: Captain America
I have one question? Did you use the V3 w/male morph? The reason i ask is because he looks kinda skinny especially in the neck. I like your pic...really but Cap's stats have him weighing in at about 250-300 lbs. The best Model i found to use is an M4 since M3 doesn't have the muscles failing that I use David. As for the neck & headwings I use the M4 batcowl (freebie here) and a pair of wings I simply make the head part of the cowl transparent (I use Daz) and load the wings resizing and move each one into place (parented to head) I hope these tips help you but your work would be fine without them. I have seen some of your stuff here and it all looks good.
Krasch
Posted: 2009/12/27 7:57  Updated: 2009/12/27 7:57
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 Re: Captain America
I find the waviness of the border of his torso stripes to be distracting, and it detracts from the near perfect awesomeness of this piece. But that too is something that could fairly easily be maniped to correct the issue.

Great work overall!
DAGhoul
Posted: 2008/11/10 13:14  Updated: 2008/11/10 13:14
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 Re: Captain America
this came out well. you can't go wrong with Captain America.