Knives wrote:Omg.. Been trying forever to figure out how to set a reliable mini size in zbrush. Do you use a template or could you send me a ztl file that and help me out with sizes?
Pm if you can. I can sclupt anything just no idea how to set it to 32mm mini size.
To be honest I watched a video on sizes once and just went back to sculpting not really looking back.
I have crap tons of old assets that simply need to be sized for printing.
Paulson wrote:Stop taking those crazy pills
The new suits are about 10-15% smaller than the old ones. The old ones were 54-55mm tall and the new ones are under 50mm depending on the pose, the irridium armor version when posed completely upright is a hair under 50mm and the standard torso ones come in at about 46-47mm when using the walking legs which puts it at 15% smaller than the old suit.
The suit proportions also changed a bit, minor tweaks on the torso with the hip piece, the arms are also slightly narrower. The head and neck is smaller on the new model, so are the feet.
The new models are much more dynamic and the changes to the proportions change how it appears to carry it's weight and with the shoulder pads added it looks bulkier and has more of a football player like profile which tricks you into a sense that it's a bigger model but it's actually a good head height shorter than the old ones.
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