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54mm female head

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by gordy, Jan 16, 2004.

  1. gordy Well-Known Member

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    personal projects on hold :(

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  2. gordy Well-Known Member

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    personal projects on hold :(

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  3. John Long Active Member

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    Very intriguing Gordy. I'll be curious how this will differ from the male heads. I can already see a difference in how the bone structure is different. What is the subject? If you're at liberty.
  4. John Long Active Member

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    Very intriguing Gordy. I'll be curious how this will differ from the male heads. I can already see a difference in how the bone structure is different. What is the subject? If you're at liberty.
  5. gordy Well-Known Member

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    it's a female study/academy figure for a client :)
    fortunately no shortage of references (y)
  6. gordy Well-Known Member

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    it's a female study/academy figure for a client :)
    fortunately no shortage of references (y)
  7. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

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    Hey Gordy!

    Good to see you in action on another head :) I was acctually thinking how it would be to sculpt a female head compared to a male head today, and how it would be different. I can already see the difference where you work more rounded cheeks and mouth area. I would think it would almost be harder to do a female as they seam to be more rounded in their faces and not so prodominant features as males do. Guess its the same with humans as it is with horses, that the stallions have much rougher faces and bigger jaw and cheek bones then the mares do. Enough rammbling Keep up the great work !
  8. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

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    Hey Gordy!

    Good to see you in action on another head :) I was acctually thinking how it would be to sculpt a female head compared to a male head today, and how it would be different. I can already see the difference where you work more rounded cheeks and mouth area. I would think it would almost be harder to do a female as they seam to be more rounded in their faces and not so prodominant features as males do. Guess its the same with humans as it is with horses, that the stallions have much rougher faces and bigger jaw and cheek bones then the mares do. Enough rammbling Keep up the great work !
  9. Uruk-Hai PlanetFigure Supporter

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    What a babe!

    Please post more pictures of this sexy vamp.

    Could one use that as a pick up line?
    -Could you come to my place and pose nude as a reference?
    Then one would be sculpting in soap in prison, Id reckon.
  10. Uruk-Hai PlanetFigure Supporter

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    Sweden
    What a babe!

    Please post more pictures of this sexy vamp.

    Could one use that as a pick up line?
    -Could you come to my place and pose nude as a reference?
    Then one would be sculpting in soap in prison, Id reckon.
  11. TomRiddle New Member

    Only if you pick up someone underage.....one wonders...:]
  12. TomRiddle New Member

    Only if you pick up someone underage.....one wonders...:]
  13. gordy Well-Known Member

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    Little more done :)
    added some bits to the brow and chin...
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    morphing in the bits with flat round...
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    added in the mouth...
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    added in some rough eyes...
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    let the putty get firm and then blended it...
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    after some baking, defined the lips..
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    some defining of the eyes..
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    adding some more to the forehead...
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  14. gordy Well-Known Member

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    United-States
    Little more done :)
    added some bits to the brow and chin...
    [IMG]

    morphing in the bits with flat round...
    [IMG]

    added in the mouth...
    [IMG]

    added in some rough eyes...
    [IMG]

    let the putty get firm and then blended it...
    [IMG]

    after some baking, defined the lips..
    [IMG]

    some defining of the eyes..
    [IMG]

    adding some more to the forehead...
    [IMG]
  15. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

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    United-States
    Hey Gordy!

    Beautiful work and as always great SBS pictures!
  16. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

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    Hey Gordy!

    Beautiful work and as always great SBS pictures!
  17. Guy A Fixture

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    WOW............love the sbs............really lookin good
  18. Guy A Fixture

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    WOW............love the sbs............really lookin good
  19. jitch0t Member

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    omg! she's looking really cool

    keep up the good work
  20. jitch0t Member

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    Spain
    omg! she's looking really cool

    keep up the good work

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