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    Head study

    I am hoping to get into the flesh. This is the skull study made in Zbrush.

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    Added muscle to the skull. Using references I placed muscle in point of origin and insertion.

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    Added muscle to the skull. Using references I placed muscle in point of origin and insertion.

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    Looks nice, but in the fore view of the top skull, the maxilla and jaw seem rather wide (and the latter a bit... chinless? Maybe that's partly making it seem wider than it should be) and the cranium narrow.

    Compared to, f'rinstance...

    http://i.istockimg.com/file_thumbvie...kull-front.jpg
    http://image.shutterstock.com/displa...l-73492657.jpg
    http://ec.comps.canstockphoto.com/ca...csp3259689.jpg
    ...which is only my opinion.
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    Vermis - Thanks for stopping by. I'll look into the bone structure. I found the jaw ended up being wider than I wanted. The skull has not been modified from image to image. I think the "chinless" appearance maybe because of the white backdrop and white skull blending in.

    On this round I did modify the skull and muscle, slightly. The muzzle was too masculine and stuck out past the nose. Looked really caveman like when I started. Placing the skin on an dhopefully I'll be ready to finsih it soon:

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    Vermis - Thanks for stopping by. I'll look into the bone structure. I found the jaw ended up being wider than I wanted. The skull has not been modified from image to image. I think the "chinless" appearance maybe because of the white backdrop and white skull blending in.

    On this round I did modify the skull and muscle, slightly. The muzzle was too masculine and stuck out past the nose. Looked really caveman like when I started. Placing the skin on an dhopefully I'll be ready to finsih it soon:

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    Working on the texturing and render settings
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    Sorry for the double post. Not sure what the issue is. I'm not doing it purposely. This is the final build up for this image. I think I will post the final render in the finally finished section:

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    Sorry for the double post. Not sure what the issue is. I'm not doing it purposely. This is the final build up for this image. I think I will post the final render in the finally finished section:

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