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    That is a HUGE improvement! Make sure your angles (bends) are crisp and your wires are straight. It doesn't take much to throw everything off but you are on the right track! I hope you do well! You can try scaling your reference anatomy drawings to the size you are working with and printing them as a transparency. That will help you reference as you sculpt.

    Good luck!

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    Nice, the new one is a huge improvement. Amazing what a good armature can do eh? Can't wait to see updates.

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    Soooooo much better!


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    This is a great thread so far. I admire how you have taken on board the advice you have been given & used it to start creating what is already a far superior sculpt to the one you started with. You could now teach your Professor how to build armatures! Looks like you're off to a solid (re)start & I'm looking forward to seeing how it turns out. I have a feeling it will be impressive. More power to you

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