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Introducution to Polygonal Modeling
Added on: Sun Aug 20 2000
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Final Words

Hopefully you have learned from this tutorial a new and effective way to model.
If you have any questions or comments please email me. If you would like to see more of my work or learn more about me then go to my website.

In future I might write a tutorial on modeling clothes since that can be a very important step in modeling your character and it can also become a very effective theme to learn to model.

I was going to touch down a bit on how to model basic clothes but I wouldn't be able to go into enough detail as I needed to successfully teach someone how to make any style of clothing without spending a lot more time and a lot more pages of text doing so. Look out for plenty more tutorials in the future.






I would like to thank #3dsmax for kicking my ass whenever I wasn't working on this tutorial, as well as Greta (Greta you rock!) ;) and especially Steve Stahlberg who's work has always inspired me.

Dig it.
 
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