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Can I get some critique on the face for the model i'm making?
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>>602864
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>>602864
You're getting there.
The jaw line looks a bit too sharp from the side, and the face looks like it might have williams syndrome. Ears need some detail, and the nose bridge curves in too much. It's really close to being perfect though.
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>>602864
i don't know what you're trying to go for. If it's meant to be stylized you can stick with it but if it's supposed to be realistic you have the fix the curvature of the nose, as in it should be flatter. the shin and jaw should be less pointed and edgy. The ears looks like you haven't put any work in it so I assume that's in progress.
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>>602867
Thanks, I've been struggling to nail the character's personality in his face. I know the eyes are jacked up but I can't tell why.
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>>602869
I'm going for stylized. The ears are WIP but as far as general shape and size they're in the correct place.
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>>602870
I think the eyelids might need some more defining.
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>>602864
how about posting this in the WIP thread? It's gonna take months for this one to die
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>>602876
who cares it's because this board is so slow it doesn't matter. Just hide the thread
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>>602876
This honestly isn't a bad thread. If you think this is bad, have a look at these:

> 3/thread/602627
> 3/thread/600000
> 3/thread/602769




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