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Old 21-05-2003, 10:41 PM   #1
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great start....Looking forward to seeing it evolve.
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How can i do like this?
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was going great until i realised some edge loops messed up, restarted it, its looking much better and im getting used to not using toutorials for once .
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Hey man, just some tips (looking great btw). Add an extra line of verts along the nose (close to the very edge of the nose.. and then even it out with the one closer to the tip of the nose.. then bring the one that used to be in the back.. inwards, to create that nostril look . I whipped up this image just to kinda show ya.
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Update.. subdivd now.. joy =D
Its looking a bit odd though.. dont know quite what to do.. any hints
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nice shaping around the chin area and nose is looking fine. Eyes need work but hard to tell from this angle mate

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you smoothed to early dont smooth till last !!!!!!!!!!
ive found that the key so far
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lol... u silly man... its CPS..
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