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if u dnt mind...can i c the grey of this.
It really is hard to tell if this is a real image or a modle, on first inspection it looks perfect.... There are some things however really looking it over that might suggest it is indeed a model... but still iffy. Some of the color shifts in the coloring of the skin texture seems odd. Also the lower hand seems odd... something just seems off about it... but could be just me.
But if this is a real model excellent job, most realistic i have ever seen.
i have a single word about ur work.
Great work I hope I can get to this level someday. Quick question if you would, I am in school now and being told two different things, one that I should know everything from modeling to rigging to animating everything. They have us learning 20 different software 3ds max, maya, modo, softimage, zbrush, mudbox just to name a few. Another professor is telling us this is wrong, that we should only learn the software that is relevant for our specialization i.e. animator, Modeler, Rigger, programmer, and that is the industry standard for such. One way we will be a jack of all trade, yet master of none and the other we will be masters of our specific area, but possibly a one trick pony. Can you tell me which path you think is correct and also the software most used in the industry.
i wont be able to believe , till i see wire frame
how long did it take you to make that?