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Old 12-11-2003, 10:39 PM   #1
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Hi guys this is my first head model still needs work,never knew head modeling was so fun any way ill be updateing and if you see something wrong please dont be shy...
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Heh, I kinda like it, looks a bit like a mexican bandit in some western. What method did you use?
Some crits:
The seam in the middle is probably temporary, but it should obviously go. The creasing around the eye region should be more smooth. Mouth and eye should probably be a bit more defined. I'd use another eye texture/shader. Here are two tuts for it: http://www.antropus.com/english/tutoolho2.htm and http://users.tinyworld.co.uk/steven_...tic_Eye_01.htm.

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