Old Dog - Melvin will be the death of me, Kent?!?
Yeah. Yeah. I know time and patience. I'm about to take this little lump of digital clay and feed it to my paper tiger. RAWR!!! Shape of a potato. pffft. I'm about to make hash browns out of the little bugger.
Okay I feel better now. End of rant. Back to Melvin.
I know I'll be throwing this one out because the right back leg has already grown together with the rear-end geometry (talk about kicking yourself in the butt). I figure I'll continue and finish this version and then start from scrath and see how easy it gets from there. I've already thrown out 2 skin modified Melvins due to tears in the geometry. I'm feeling better about that part of the process now.
After a little fiddling, was able to remove Melvin's foot from between his buttocks. And am feeling a little better about the controls. Still having issues abut 'subdivide collapse/edges and such. But it is starting to feel like I might yet get the hang of this.
Oh... and though it isn't seen here, I added a second bend to his 'right' leg as it seemed much shorter than the other. Call it artistic license. lol. Sorry if these notes bore the bejeebers out of anyone. I find it therapeutic. I am beginning to realize that there are definitely a small handful of brushes/tools that one gets very comfortable with and can almost use exclusively. Someone feel free to say that's a bad thing - I just find it habit I guess.