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Old 19-01-2005, 03:11 PM   #16
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mite as well add a render of the head by itself, dont worry i know the head is far from being perfect but as you can only see it by looking into the visor i didnt think it would matter too much
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I would make the visor of the helmet reflective so there is no head you can see...this looks more styleful and you don't have to model the head
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