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Old 06-10-2005, 01:05 AM   #1
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this looks really good.......the only thing is that the nose looks a bit weird to me..what's the word....a bit "stiff"?...good luck with this project.....can you post some updated pics?
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The part under the eyes from the nose and out look a little to straight. I'd suggest moving some vertices close to the nose a bit forward both to make the surface less planar, but also to lighten the crease that leads into the nose. Other than that, I like it
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