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I can't figure out how to get rid of the pinching corners of my mouth. Please help me /3/, I don't know what the fuck to do.
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>>501435
your topology sucks
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you can easily fix this after you do initial retopology

simply edit this particular vert
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>not posting wires
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>>501439
ayy
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I don't think it's that bad OP. Looks like you're using Maya? Even if you aren't, rah software has skinning and weight painting systems. Use them. Also try blend shapes.
I personally always took a liking to Maya's rigging tools because they are the easiest and fastest to use.
Then Autojew completely fucked it up in version 2016, so stick to versions 2014-2015.
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>>501447
>Then Autojew completely fucked it up in version 2016
Please, explain how they screwed up the rigging in 2016. Because all they did was add more features.
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>>501447
Not rigging m8, just trying to model without the pinching corners
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>>501451

You honestly believe that pinching while subdividing was INTRODUCED in 2016?

I don't even.. I can't..
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>>501442
Yeah. Your topology sucks.
That is really all there is to it.
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>>501442
wtf man not even funny >>501442
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>>501435
Look up edge loops and facial topology. One of the main reasons topology is important is because smoothing relies on it.



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