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Hey guise! I'm new here...

Any tips on cleaning up photogrammetry/sculpting females? I photographed this chick with my phone in a horrible lighting situation and now I'm having to sculpt most of her facial features by hand. It'll be an artsy fartsy album cover at the end so there will be tons of painting done over this (painting is really my main thing).

I've mostly sculpted spooky monsters and male characters till now so this shit feels really hard. It doesn't really seem to matter if you make a dudes chin bones too big or give them a really harsh brow ridge. Just ads to the masculinity but doing all this subtle work on a pretty girls face is feels fucking difficult.

I've been at this for about 3h. now. If you have any tips, I'm all ears or if you think it's stupid of me to make a thread for my thing just tell me and I'll delete this.

Unfortunately I can't share any of the original head shots because we didn't agree on that.
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>>617128
>I photographed this chick with my phone in a horrible lighting situation
You dun goofed.
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Didn't read all of that but you'd be better off taking pictures from front/side and then just sculpting from scratch with those as reference images.
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>>617168

I know man: it worked fine in day light but the artificial lighting fucked it all up. Photoscan didn't even identify 25% of my photos... Well. Now I get to learn to sculpt.
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So... If I get enough pictures of a girl can I pay some of you sculpting boyos to 3D print her head?

It's not for a sex doll head or anything...
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>>619776
Yeah, with enough references you can get a 3D replica from an experienced modeler/sculptor.
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Well, my future just got quite brighter. Thanks, anon.
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>>619776
>>619781
Oh sorry, I just realized you might be asking not whether it's possible, but whether anyone here is available for the job.

*needs more coffee*
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>>619785
No, no. It was the first one. I still have not descended to that level of depravity.
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>>617128
the one on the right kind of looks like Putin
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>>619790
She was a gassy girl.
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>>617128
>I'm new here...
You're a liar and I especially like how your photogrammetry was able to pick up the shape of her ears.
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>>619776
I got a good fdm 3d printer but honestly it wont be as clean as you imagine and the cleanup will take a lot of time
a rasin printer or or power ones are too much work and cost to be worth, maybe for a tiny miniature?
then i recommend you use shapeways, for 10$ you can make a 5cm head print, larger ones arent worth it as the can go up to 500$ and unless you are doing it for production or a big project its a lot of $

And if you want someone to sculpt it from basic scan and photo data it can also cost you,
i do 3d scan cleanups and you have no idea how time consuming it is, not much faster than hand modeling but you do it for the accuracy and quality not for speed or to save up money
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>>619840
Once more. Go away.
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>>619864
You got a problem, m8?
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>>619864
Once again?

Cant tell if retarded or shit posting.




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