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  06 June 2004
Unhappy Lips

In the process of creating a high poly asian female head, and I've come across problems with the section of the mesh that connects the two lips. I'm using 3d studio max 5 with a meshsmooth modifier, and there's an odd kinda crease appearing, I assume it's because of the combination of the sharp corners and about 10 edges merging onto one vertex. Anyone got any advice on how I should be modelling this bit? Also, I'd be glad of any other comments/crits on it

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Hamzters Sketchbook
  06 June 2004
It has been asked many times, you would find a reply on this board.

1 - Study lips shape/anatomy

2 - Add one more edge at the corners to manage the borders easier

  06 June 2004
this is a layout that works quite well for me:

(not tested for animation though)
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  07 July 2004
whats the best way to plan ahead to attach a ear. i ahve to sub divide a couple times around my ear so i can maintain quads
  01 January 2006
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