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Old 24-01-2004, 03:30 PM   #1
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Question My first nurbs head in maya

I have been drawing all of my life I started using 3D Studio Max

last january swtiched to maya 4 months ago tell me what you

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Not bad. Ive never used nurbs but ive seen some excelent results with them. I especially like the lips, very good but i think you have too much pinching in the sides of the lips.
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seeing the ref or concept also helps alot.
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most impressive...
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Beautiful work, kip it going
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Can't really make a decision if it's good or bad yet, as it's not done! Looks good so far.
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