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Old 12-04-2010, 02:29 PM   #1
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Default battered head

Started as a cube in maya then worked a bit in zbrush!

Not happy with the lips at the moment though they need something doing to them.
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Looking good I like the nose looks like a boxers, not to sure about the eyes.............dave
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Hi Dave

Thanks i was going for a broken nose type look.

It is my first go at doing a head so I did have trouble with the eye's. One of them is closed shut and the other one is looking up and dead because it is supposed to be a severed head!
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Its based from this tutorial http://eat3d.com/zbrush35_intro

just my version of the head.

The tutorial is really good I've learned loads from it.
If you want to learn zbrush i think its the best one I have come across.
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