Modelling my first 3Dhead model - need advice

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  03 March 2005
Lightbulb Modelling my first 3Dhead model - need advice

This is proving to be very challenging and hair pulling, but this my first 3Dhead model i'm trying to model a bust of Beyonce.
I'm using max7 I know my models still in the early stage but i need some help or tips in modelling the creases around her mouth cheek area and eyes.

Lots of help will be appreciated.

Ramon
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Last edited by RamonGuthrie : 03 March 2005 at 01:08 AM.
 
  03 March 2005
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  03 March 2005
Beaut of a subject to start working on but in all seriousness, this is a very beaten subject, if you do a search you should be able to find a ton of varied techniques to use. Concentrate on the muscle flow in the face, notice were the muscles will pull and contract when moving. I know you might be modeling for the sake of an image, but always try to model your character for animation.

Good luck. If you need tuts just let me know.

-lild
 
  03 March 2005
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