Not Jenny (but still a fox)

Not Jenny (but still a fox)

Postby Little_Dragon on Sun Oct 13, 2002 1:38 am

I accepted a commisson to retool my Sabrina skunkette model into a generic cartoon furry for Poser. After two weeks of work, I've finally completed the project and made delivery. Here's a render of the character in vixen mode:

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She also morphs into a skunkette, lioness, tigress, cheetah, squirrel, and rabbit. Glasses and hair are optional.

I recycled the voice and motion files from a previous animation of Florence Ambrose to test the lipsync capabilities of the new figure.
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Re: Not Jenny (but still a fox)

Postby ZOMBIE USER 6611 on Sun Oct 13, 2002 7:28 am

Little_Dragon wrote:I accepted a commisson to retool my Sabrina skunkette model into a generic cartoon furry for Poser. After two weeks of work, I've finally completed the project and made delivery. Here's a render of the character in vixen mode:
Oho!

Very nice! And the T-shirt was cute: "If you can read this -- you're too close!"
Little_Dragon wrote:She also morphs into a skunkette, lioness, tigress, cheetah, squirrel, and rabbit. Glasses and hair are optional.
Rabbit, hmm. As in a Pooka? Of course, the accent would need to be British...

The lipsynch process is working well. Very good, Little Dragon!
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Postby ZOMBIE USER 10915 on Sun Oct 13, 2002 10:02 am

That's COOL 8)

Are you going to show us other versions?

Love to see the skunk :D
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Re: Not Jenny (but still a fox)

Postby ZOMBIE USER 6611 on Sun Oct 13, 2002 10:36 am

Little_Dragon wrote:After two weeks of work, I've finally completed the project and made delivery.
Congratulations, by the way! I don't imagine that it's your first modeling commission.

Without the skirt (!) we can see that the articulation of hips/pelvis/thigh is not quite human -- she is just a little closer to quadruped ancestors. Nice touch.

I notice also a certain amount of volition in the tail motion -- this is a subtlety that is very effective without being at all obvious.

The pavement surface is quite convincingly rendered -- but a close observer would notice that "Jenny" (and who else wears those glasses) is not quite traveling at the same speed as she is walking. There is a certain "frictionless" effect.

The owlish blink through the cellglasses was a nice touch. Also nice is that she starts off talking just in general as she looks around her environment, but directs the last humorous part of her little statement to the camera.

Well done indeed.
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Postby Little_Dragon on Sun Oct 13, 2002 11:55 am

Actually, it is my first commission.

This character adheres to the same fashion philosophy as Sabrina; pants are colour-coordinated to match the fur patterns. :roll:

Synching up the motion can sometimes be a challenge. In this case, the character and camera are stationary, and I moved the pavement itself.

Sheepdog, meet skunkette:

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Postby Little_Dragon on Sun Oct 13, 2002 12:02 pm

Squirrel, cheetah, tigers ....

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I stole the pose and fur pattern for the cheetah lass from one of Doug Winger's tamer illustrations. She should be holding a notepad in her left hand, but I had a sudden attack of laziness.

Glad you liked the shirt, Levelhead!
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Postby Little_Dragon on Sun Oct 13, 2002 12:12 pm

Lioness, vixen, bunnies ....

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The hairstyles aren't mine. Most of them are included in Poser. A few are by Kozaburo, the reigning master of transmapped hair.

Is it my imagination, or does the squirrel resemble David Spade?

Another walk cycle, untextured character, various angles:
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Postby ZOMBIE USER 10915 on Sun Oct 13, 2002 12:32 pm

Thanks Little Dragon!

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This character adheres to the same fashion philosophy as Sabrina; pants are colour-coordinated to match the fur patterns.


But did you half to ruin my fantasy :wink:
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Postby Mako on Sun Oct 13, 2002 2:57 pm

Little_Dragon wrote:Lioness, vixen, bunnies ....
Is it my imagination, or does the squirrel resemble David Spade?

Another walk cycle, untextured character, various angles:
Video clip (MPEG format, 508KB)


Amazingly cool stuff as always LD, well done!

Are you using Poser 5 to create these images and mpg's???

CYa!
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Postby Kellogg on Sun Oct 13, 2002 6:53 pm

Holy Mackerel! :o

WOW Little Dragon! That's NEAT! Thanks! :D

Very very neat. In addition to everything else that Level Head has
already pointed out as being exceptionally cool, I've got to say I
like the way the tail bounces from side to side as she walks. :D

And actually, that's a very nice voice for Jenny too.
For some reason, it struck me as being a bit high pitched for
Florence, but it goes well with my mental image of how Jenny talks. :)

Oh! I just remembered: A friend of mine pointed out a web site
with science fiction wire frame models of space craft for Poser and
other 3D programs.
Looks like they're free. Thought it might be fun for you, if you don't already have them:
The New Melbourne Shipyards
(Looks like the site hasn't been updated in a while) :(
http://www.geocities.com/hgibbens/Index.html

Thanks! :D

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Postby ZOMBIE USER 6611 on Sun Oct 13, 2002 7:19 pm

Little_Dragon wrote:Actually, it is my first commission.
Congratulations! Enjoy your work -- we do.
Little_Dragon wrote:This character adheres to the same fashion philosophy as Sabrina; pants are colour-coordinated to match the fur patterns. :roll:
I think that the correct British pronounciation is "Oooh, Roight." To which an "Audrey from Little Shop Of Horrors"-styled "Shuuah." could be added. But I shall just chuckle.
Little_Dragon wrote:Synching up the motion can sometimes be a challenge. In this case, the character and camera are stationary, and I moved the pavement itself.
I am certainly prepared to let that slide.

Very nice work indeed on body. I imagine that two areas of focus are eyes and fur. The eyes (contrary to creationist claims) are less complex than the fur...
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Postby Daniel Cougar on Fri Oct 25, 2002 2:38 am

Long dead thread, by the power of Kibo, I command you to arrise!
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Postby Mako on Fri Oct 25, 2002 3:18 am

Daniel Cougar wrote:Long dead thread, by the power of Kibo, I command you to arrise!


It worked! Well done Sir :)

CYa!
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