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Old 15-11-2003, 04:39 PM   #16
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i was according to the real-life image the modeller has posted.If you look at it you will se and understand and aggre with my previous post!
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Dragonhawk- yeah i see what you mean that my ear is a lil low, but it could have been that maybe my head was a little tilted when the pic was taken, because normally people's ears aren't that low.

Thanks for the ref pic witchy. From the look of that pic, it looks like i need to put the ear a little further back and maybe make it a little bigger.
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