|05 May 2008||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2004
Do untextured female faces look male to you all ?
So am I insane or do all 3D female faces untextured just painted gray with no eye brows or hair do they all look male or am I just insane ?
C4D's Meg doesn't really look male but she don't look female.
Take poser females
Possetta,doesn't really look male but they don't look female.
Judy, just looks funny.
V3 looks really male.
V4 looks male to me.
I'm trying to model a female face problem is she looks male to me.
I have study real life faces to no end,
even cancer patients that have no hair or eyebrows you can still tell if there male or female.
as far as I can tell there is no deference in female and male faces.
but yet we know if there male or female.
when ya think ya could have a billion people and they all look deferent that is really hard to comprehend there must be a billion deferent point to a face to have a billion deferent faces.
so what points makes a male or female ?
This is really driving me insane
Cause I am thinking she alt to look female even if she is untextured just painted gray with no eye brows or hair.
Cause if she is not pretty now how the heck would she look pretty if she started out looking like a male ?
But yet V4 textured and all looks OK witch is imposable for me to explain.
So if some one with a higher IQ then me could explain all this to me I really would appreciate it a lot.
|05 May 2008||#2|
Join Date: Oct 2004
no your not crazy
Nope not crazy, technically not really that much structural difference between male and female faces, a reason forensic specialists are needed to identify a skull as male or female. Woman do tend to have smaller brow ridges and less prominent chin and jaw lines, plus extra fat layers tend to give what most people would say is a softer/rounder look to female features. Sometimes referred to as a dainty appearance, of course that depends on individual.
Much of what gives them the 'female' look is use of cosmetics, hairstyle...etc, plus as they say your face shows your personality so some would contend a female personality is reflected in a woman's face. Though what exactly that is they are rather iffy on.
|05 May 2008||#3|
Join Date: Sep 2003
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