You draw the body (your hands). This could be something simple like a circle or a square, but it could also involve a lot of details. We also have pieces that could work in a “double or nothing” model. If our character doesn’t have a head, you might need the head and a bunch of other body parts; if our head is present, you could probably go with just the head.
I hope my examples will help you understand exactly what it takes to render with 3D. I hope it will make you take some serious time to understand how our art system works at scale.
If you have any questions or if your model is out of scale or simply missing something, feel free to post a comment here.
In a new editorial, the New York chapter of the ACLU challenges President Donald Trump’s recent executive order for the administration to review and revise the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
As noted by the New York Times editorial page, the program grants temporary protection from deportation to certain individuals who were brought illegally into the United States as children and whose parents brought them here to be the subject of temporary protection – generally on a work visa.
This is the first major executive order since Trump took office that directly targets one of the most widely popular programs at the nation’s borders. Indeed, one of its key provisions is that recipients must be “derivative lawful permanent residents” or green card holders. The ACLU’s editorial notes that many DACA recipients have a legal right to remain in the U.S. and that the government’s ability to end these protections over a matter of weeks or months will affect hundreds of thousands of people currently in the program.
The ACLU cites a number of studies that show people currently eligible for these protections are twice as likely to suffer from the very illnesses they’re protected from, and that DACA recipients have had a number of health problems from physical or mental health issues. This is a real risk, given the risk of deportation for people with these conditions.
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