Monday, November 15, 2010

Modeling The Torso 3

Today I did a lot of work on the upper torso, and a little work on the lower torso. I worked on the shoulder blades and back of the upper torso. I cut off the neck at the shoulders, and repositioned it (the cardboard armature makes it easy to reposition parts). Doing this, automatically made some collarbones. Otherwise, I just did some scraping and adding of wax on the lower torso in order to smooth the surface planes.

I did most of the work on the back today, shaping the shoulder blades (scapula). I'm not sure if you can see where I cut off the neck and repositioned it, or not?

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