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« on: 11-04-2010 22:26 »


Otis P Jivefunk

DOOP Secretary
« Reply #1 on: 04-16-2011 15:53 »

Not sure why no ones commented on this but I think it's rather good. The proportions seem to be very accurate and it all looks rather good. Would be nice with some details added on top of the model, like eyes, mouth etc, but maybe that's not the point...
Professor Zoidy

Urban Legend
« Reply #2 on: 04-16-2011 19:54 »

I'm with Otis. Your model is pretty spot-on with what I remember from the official one used in the show. However, I feel that the eye area is too wide; it's more equal with the width of his entire head. I also feel that the legs, while correct, both need to bow forward instead of out and to the sides. If you're willing I'd like to see this done with more detailing. I'm sure you could make this model a real winner if you added everything else in. It seems many model artists have difficulty doing Bender, but I feel you've accomplished it well.

Starship Captain
« Reply #3 on: 04-17-2011 15:10 »

I concur with Zoidy.  The eye sensor area is too wide, legs bend forward not outward, and the mouth is less of an oval and more of a rounded rectangle.  Also, Bender's footcups are HUGE - like bigger than the radius of his head.  You may want to increase the size of those as well.  Other than that, looking excellent!  Can't wait to see it textured!
« Reply #4 on: 05-13-2011 08:16 »

Nice, whatd you make it in? I made a 3d bender a while ago dont think it was as nice. The prof was the hardest tho

Urban Legend
« Reply #5 on: 05-13-2011 09:53 »

I've been considering trying to make Bender in the program I have on my computer. It's ProEngineer, so I dunno how accurate I'd be able to make it... but it would be a fun challenge.

But first, a lego castle! Made from many, many individual blocks of Lego.
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