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Old 27-06-2010, 06:57 AM   #1
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Ok so I have been scouring google trying to find head shots of front and side so I can model a head but its proving to be a problem, where do you guys go to get reference images like this?
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go here mate,

I got the head tut from the archives in SM and they say to go to this site

http://fineart.sk/
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Awesome thanks, I have not checked to deeply into it yet, as I am at work but will check it when I get home for sure.
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cool as mate,

SM do have a good tut...BUT you have to get the ear seperate and Im not sure if the nose is included?? I didnt get that far myself (still have 20 models on the go!!!).

It only costs a few points

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Check out the resource lounge

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Yeah, jeez, check out the resource lounge, its got loads of links to alot of good sites.

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Haha alright thanks guys, not sure why I didnt think of looking in their....
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