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Old 09 September 2009   #1
human skull

hi everyone , i am a beginner and learning anatomy for human modeling . I have made this using 3dsmax and z brush .plz help me to develop my skills by giving Ur valuable comments . thanx in advance










 
Old 09 September 2009   #2
Excellent idea to practice the skull using 3D apps.

Would recommend getting more reference and perhaps even buying a physical cast of a skull.

Check the proportions of the face. Cranium is too small. Mandible is too square. Not a human skull, more likely a Homo Neanderthalensis as they had smaller brains.

All the best.
 
Old 09 September 2009   #3
thank you very much . i will do the changes and update it soon
 
Old 09 September 2009   #4
I agree with the above comment. Also, the nose cavity could use some refining and the cheek bones are too small and sharp.

But overall it's a great start. If you slapped some texture onto it a scattered a bunch around an environment, I would definitely think "SKULLS!"
 
Old 10 October 2009   #5


You can usually set a skull on a table. The table is a plane that touches the jaw and base of the skull.

I shot a skull from a bunch of angles...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/digita...57616869491431/
 
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