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Old 17-12-2003, 02:36 AM   #1
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So this is the first character ive made using Maya. He started out as a human, but i had a heck of a time making a human head so he morphed into this. It's for my modeling class, which didn't require textures, so I haven't put any on it yet(partly cuz i suck at it). Any suggestions would be cool (besides fixing the seam on his face, cuz i already know its there...I forgot to fix it when i rendered) Thx



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umm... I dont know why the pic is soo small, the file itself is pretty large, so i dont know why it came out that small... any help on that would be cool.
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