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Old 07-12-2008, 06:49 AM   #1
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Default My First Head

Hello guys

so this is my third model (have done two hands) and my first head
need to smoothen some parts aroun dthe mouth
and tweak the whole face since i'm not to saticfied yet

hope you like it though
tips and critique is very welcome!
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Old 07-12-2008, 07:30 PM   #2
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hiu man
nice work can yuou add me in orkut
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So hi there

and thanks for the reply harish_pond! but i don't have orkut but e-mail is also fine isn't it?

So did some corrections on parts i didnt like

left the parts i changed
middle the is just withour red sircle
righ (as you can see) wire
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Default grt mam

thats good work can i hv your email id
i hv been working much on 3d human face but i m unable to get the right symmetry and exact look like a face
can you tell me how to mould the face so softly like how you did like bend it where ever i need and also drag the layer of face up and down ,high and low

all these things

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yeah, i think we could get in contact

but what i can say, what improve your learning the most is to have a basic knowledge how to draw

if you can draw it makes thing alot easier
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OK this is THE TUT to learn head moderling in maya.

Try This


After using this I found I could make almost anything.
It gets tricky in places but its the best start I can give you.

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tweetytunes: thanks alot man!!

harish_pond: you should try it it looks great but still I'll get in contact with you

but i'm going to give it a try too
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