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  01 January 2013
female face

is she look okay to you guys ?, anything i can do to make her look good for the face ?

  01 January 2013
She looks quite nice! If it were me, Id consider reducing the bags under her eyes, and giving her a thinner/smaller nose with a bit more of a bulb at the end.
  01 January 2013

minor update, fixing some of the problems that JasonA mentioned, thanks man !
also adding some tweak to the eyes,lips, and cheek bones with smoother sculpt.

Last edited by p0p0 : 02 February 2013 at 08:16 PM.
  01 January 2013
nose looks good! I see youve worked on the eyes a bit but Id go further with it, still looks a bit google-eyed. Also, looks like there might be some leftover brush marks But its definitely better than before imo.
  02 February 2013
hi guys, i realized my previous model looks like an ugly neanderthal female with 99 problems.
it gives itches to my eye and a blush to my cheek for the embarassment.
so, i changed a lot of the model, hopefully it looks better or less crappier now.

Last edited by p0p0 : 02 February 2013 at 08:19 PM.
  02 February 2013
I think you gave up too soon. The female face was very good and looked like it didn't need a lot doing to finish it.
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  02 February 2013
Yes I agree with Dillster, I really like the previews face you did, it looked more natural and I loved that it wasn't a gorgeous, sexy Miss Universe but more of a regular person.
The old model had a few problems, like the top of the ear, it didn't have and space between the head and the ear. If she'd wear glasses they would fall off. I kind of liked the pronounced bag underneath her eyes but there was some crease just below that.
And the nose bridge was a bit too sharp.

As for the new model, the problem with the eyes transferred over here, that is the crease, you can see it below her left eye.
The nasal spine, more or less the upper lip portion and underneath her nose is too sunken in.
The top of her head, where the hair meets the skull should be more rounded unless you're going for a more masculine look. She kind of reminds me if Vanilla Ice. The head is very similar to that.

Vanilla Ice:

If you want to go for a more feminine look it should be more round. Here's a few references. On a side note, the first face you did had a nice rounder head like that:

Not sure what the creases on the neck are, I assume it's the start of a shirt with a turtle neck? If so you should make that more apparent and give it more work. Which also includes layout the creases and folds in the shirt in a proper way.

Hope this helps a bit.
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  02 February 2013
I think you captured an interesting subtlety and character in both the first and the second variant. I'd make the chin not so heavy and maybe those folds on the neck are too pronounced.
I also like she is a bit like male, it gives the rebel feeling to it, and also underlines her feminity.
  02 February 2013
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