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Well this is one of the many side projects I have taken on. This will probably be incorperated into life with ned. Let me know what you think. The technique I am using is what kevin used on the simple man .
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I added eye's and started on the body. That is what the round thing is. Sort of a shirt collar.
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Here are some expressions that I have done so far:
(happy, ok, sad)
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Thats a good start uve made there mate. One thing that might help u tho, seeing as u r modelling different facial expressions, u might want to give ur character eybrows too. These are probably the most expressive parts of the face. You can show a thousand more varied emotions with eybrows than u probably can with any other part of the face

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Interesting start. I'm curious to see how this turns out.
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Added a eye texture. Will not, I repeat will not be the final eye texture.
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