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Old 02-08-2005, 04:20 PM   #1
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Default Creating a Human Head with Curves?

I've seen a couple tutorials so far that show how to create a realistic looking human head using a nurbs sphere that you then shape, split, extrude, etc.

I have seen some people on the forum posting WIPs where they created a human head using curves to get the basic shape and then go from there. From my experience with the other turorials the sphere route has been a bit painful for me and the many many many splits and manipulations that have to be done are torture. Is the curve method any easier? and if so...is there a tutorial that shows this method of creating a human head? I'd love to get it.

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hey, ive not used curves so i dont know if this tut is any good, i typed your thread name into google... (do this instead of posting :p its easier.)

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