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Old 04-16-2008, 11:10 AM   #1
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Before I detail this head...

Hey guys,

Modelled this head and im hoping someone can give me some advice on making it look er, nicer.



if someone could draw over it for me, or send me in some direction for better proportions etc it would be greatly appreciated.

Its a head model for a game char, the idea is that he is a plastic soldier which I dnt think it really shows.
 
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Hi there,

First, are you using reference? If so, post it up so we can see what you're working from.

I'd say the distance from bottom of nose to chin is long, but it just depends on who you're trying to get him to look like.
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