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Old 08-01-2004, 10:59 PM   #1
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Here we go!
I haven't been on this forum for almost a year but it's great to see that everything is rolling!!

Just thought i'd post this face test...
Face is made in Maya, and the "hair" is photoshop.
I made the still to get a better feel for the face and saw some errors I have to correct but I think it looks nice so I'll post it!

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Old 08-01-2004, 11:53 PM   #2
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Looks beautifull!
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Great to see you around again!!

Nice face, has lots of good points.
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i like it. but the hair looks too.. well.. its obvious to me it was done in 2d program. Maybe you can clean it up some. not sure how though...
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i like it. but the hair looks too.. well.. its obvious to me it was done in 2d program. Maybe you can clean it up some. not sure how though...
i think it looks good that way, a good composition of 3D and 2D all in one :|
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well... the specific hairs i dont like are above the eye on the right side of the image. How right when it gets the the boarder it fans out to the left... for some reason i think it should continue up, if it does need to fan out. it shouldnt do it so much.
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