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main-character Charly Clearwater

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The 3D-modelling of main-character Charly Clearwater is completed.

It has been difficult to model his face as we only had a 2D drawing of him that we wanted to transmit into a 3D character. Our first try failed. ;-)

The skinning and character-rigging is also finished, so now we focus on texturing his face and body.

When the main-character is totally fine, we put him on our new designed game blog that we intend to publish as our new official game website. 

C ya!

 



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