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jason-slab
09-02-2003, 02:34 PM
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hey

ok so heres the thing, i'm busy with the ear on this guy, but i'm not sure if its the right kind of ear, and the positioning of it is also getting to me. got any ideas on how to improve this, or is it ok

also if there is anything else with the head you guys think needs fixing, let me know!!

:)
thx
|jason

ps. the are still a few tri's i need to sort out to..
http://www.libravision.co.za/jason/temp/uther_head-02.jpg
http://www.libravision.co.za/jason/temp/uther_head-01.jpg
http://www.libravision.co.za/jason/temp/uther_head-04.jpg

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Grosserfrosch
09-02-2003, 08:33 PM
Have you tried removing the lobe of the ear? In my mind it looks better without it. Also, the little bit of cartilege(sp?) that runs from the lobe on the bottom of the ear and runs behind the rear ridge of the ear should go in front, and fade into the inside of the ear, in my opinion.

EDIT: After a second look, the little cartilege piece doesn't run behind, it just stops at the other ridge, making it look blocky. what I said before still goes though, I do think that would look better.

I'd make an image, but the computer I'm posting from doesn't have any image editing software other than MSPaint.

phoenix
09-02-2003, 09:23 PM
nice.........i think u should raise an ear a little......

jason-slab
09-03-2003, 08:12 AM
thx guys, i'll work on that, see how it looks

jason-slab
09-04-2003, 09:24 AM
hi hi

hows this looking, i made the lobe alot smaller, should it be even smaller? again there are a bunch of tris that need to be sorted!!

l8r
|jason

http://www.libravision.co.za/jason/temp/ear-update1_03.jpg http://www.libravision.co.za/jason/temp/ear-update1_02.jpg

these areas (red) need to be worked on still
http://www.libravision.co.za/jason/temp/ear-update1_01.jpg

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