3D "persons" for Rhino modelling

Discussion in 'Software' started by Vibtor, Sep 29, 2004.

  1. Vibtor
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    Vibtor Junior Member

    :?:
    Do anyone have 3D "persons" for use in my Rhino boat modelling.
    Specially looking for "persons" in "Navy Seals" look, "Action Man" etc.

    Best reg:
    Vibtor
     
  2. RThompson

    RThompson Guest

    Hi Vibtor,
    Here are a couple of models I use.
    I think I originally got them from renderosity.com

    I scaled the male to be the same dimensions as myself (the model included is not scaled). So then I can put him into "ergonomic" situations and have a much more accurate feel for it.

    renderosity.com is a good place to start in looking for models - most of the models are good quality.

    The friendly people on the the "Poser" forum there might even give you the exact models you are looking for (navy seal etc).

    Good luck,
    Rob
     
  3. RThompson

    RThompson Guest

    Sorry for some reason I don't seem to have attached the file.
    I'll try and work out why.
    Rob
     
  4. duluthboats
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    duluthboats Senior Dreamer

    Go to this site, you’ll have to register, than go to the free stuff, Rhino3d section. I use adam and eve to see how a person fits I some of my models. You will have to do your own clothes.

    Gary :D
     
  5. duluthboats
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    duluthboats Senior Dreamer

    LOL! Rob and I had the same idea. A good one I think.

    Gary :D
     
  6. RThompson

    RThompson Guest

    Yes, Adam and Eve. (great minds think alike...) :D

    Although I don't know what I'm doing wrong that means I can't post the attachment.
    I converted the models to mesh and zipped it up so they are only 950 kb, maybe thats still to big?

    Rob

    PS Gary your link to "this" site actually logged me on to renderosity under your user name. So if you start getting abusive or offended e-mails you know who to blame... :p
     
  7. duluthboats
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    duluthboats Senior Dreamer

    Here they are.

    Gary :D
     

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  8. duluthboats
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    duluthboats Senior Dreamer

    :eek: I hope my edit fixes that.

    Gary
     

  9. SailDesign
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    SailDesign Old Phart! Stay upwind..

    Here's the guy I started with. He was free from somewhere, and has been re-muddled many times. I found that he needed to be split and re-connected to get clothes that didn't look like Robinson Crusoe's, and I made him a rather bad toupee for hair, but he looks fine from a distance :) He is posable, but you have to make sure you grab ALL the necessary parts (fingers are detached, but not toes...)
    Steve
     

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