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Old 26-05-2003, 06:41 PM   #1
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Default my first ever head

hi guys this is my first ever head
im quite proud of it but theres still quite alot to do

its actually a model of my head
tell me what u guys think

its made in polys and smoothed
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I like it. The eyes look a little sunken in around the tearducts. The base of the skull looks like it needs to be rounded out a little too. The pic of your face looks to have a larger forehead, or at least more flat than the model looks. And there seems to be a ridge underneath the nostrils. It's not in the same place as your picture. Other than that though, Es bueno!
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