Looking for a 3D human model

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ax1ss
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Looking for a 3D human model

Postby ax1ss » Mon Jul 04, 2011 7:01 pm

Hello, I am looking for a 3D model look like:
http://www.turbosquid.com/3d-models/rea ... lwo/492936

With approximately the same amount of vertices and meshes but I would like to be created in Blender instead of another program. The reason is , I would like to animate and rigg it and I have read that there is a possibility having incompatibility problems in some functions if the 3D model isn't created in Blender.

Thank you in advance

ysvry
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Postby ysvry » Sun Oct 02, 2011 6:32 am

I have read that there is a possibility having incompatibility problems in some functions if the 3D model isn't created in Blender.

thats bullshit, any model will do as long as you can import it in blender, the male model you link too looks like a plain vanila form, i would sugest downloading a free version of poser export the male out of there in .obj format import it in blender and ad bones.

If the make human project has matured enough you could also try that software, I think it exports also in .blend format if i'm correct.

pep
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Postby pep » Mon Oct 03, 2011 4:06 pm

Did you have a look to blenrig ?

http://jpbouza.com.ar/wp/new-version-blenrig-4-01/

If you don't like Zepam (too much muscle) you can import whatever model you like and rig it in the blenrig Plugin.

I tried with a model imported from free daz model and it works quite well


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