My iste is up! Hooraay!


(Detritus) #1

Hooraay! It´s finally uploaded! Start your browser and go to http://medlem.spray.se/rotteneyeball/ Yeah or something! Ehm… I´m very tired now, the clock is 23:50 and I will go and have some sleep now. Good night folks and don´t forget to check out my gallery.

BTW, there´s no guestbook now. It´ll come soon.


(Grizzly69) #2

404 error!

Its not there!


(cohort) #3

Problem is, the ! got sucked into the url… Try this instead: http://medlem.spray.se/rotteneyeball/


(paradox) #4

Very nice work. Keep it up.
Paradox


(Detritus) #5

Thanks for the comments! Critics, anyone? I myself don´t like the feet of the Ork. I´ll remake them some rainy day.


(cohort) #6

I think the Ork is too lanky. What genre is it meant for?


(Detritus) #7

What does lanky mean? The Ork is meant for a small Sci-Fi war-scene.


(cohort) #8

lanky means tall and skinny… Most genres’ orcs are stocky (shoulders nearly as wide as they are tall) and somewhat hunched over.


(Detritus) #9

Aha. Yes, he looks a bit too much just like a human bodybuilder, doesn´t he? I used reference pictures from White Dwarf (a Warhammer and Warhammer 40k magazine) but had trubles converting the ork to 3d. It´s rather hard to work the Warhammer 40k Orks out in 3d. Their anatomy must be really strange, I think. Anyway, I saw this schematic schetch of a Warhammer 40k Ork some days ago, and he looked rather human (anatomically that is).
The strange thing is that every other pic I´ve seen of W40k Orks, shows the Orks with really tiny legs and big, hunching torsos…
I don´t know how I should make this Ork.