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Old 26-02-2004, 05:58 PM   #1
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Default How can I fix this head?

I managed to do my first head alright, (as I posted), although not proportioned correctly. Every time since when I try to create the eye part, I get funny creases that I don not know how to remove.

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Could someone please advise me?
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I think it'll be because you haven't dragged the vertex point that comes from the corner of the eye back a little and it's too far away along the z axis from the point next to it, so it's stretching badly.
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I like the noise, but i think things would be alot easier if you used refrence images. Keep it up though
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