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Old 30-03-2003, 10:13 AM   #16
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I've been busy making a living, but had some time today to work on this charater. I've been trying to use this for as many differant lessons as I can get out of this one project. Anyway I've added eyes and ears. next is a body I guess, or I may work on this as a bust and go on to texture next. Unless someone sees anything I should fix first. C&C would be helpful.
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Looks very promissing!

his genreals shape is a bit square tho, but that could be on purpose

Looking forward to see more
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Nice bit of work uve got going there essahc!

One thing that might help u with shape and proportion, apart from obviously scouring the net for references, is getting hold of a mirror and looking at ur own facial structure. Study the relation of various features to eachother i.e. the position and size of the nose in relation to the position and size of the eyes.

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Thanks guys. Im gonna drop those ears down for starters. and try to reshape the cheeks, forehead and chin.
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