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I want to remove the crease below a characters eye. How would I go about this? I was thinking of using standard and smoothvalleys brushes to fill the area in/build up the area then using smooth brush to kind of contour the upper cheek/eye area. Is there a different way to go about this? Pic related.
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>>673462
>I want to remove the crease below a characters eye.
Remove it? I'd add to it... Worn out, crack hoe bimbo is best bimbo.
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>>673466
Yes I like bimbos. But I'm going for that disney/pixar smooth face look rather than realism.



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