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    model sheet help for 3d

    helloo all,
    i have a question to ask...
    i wanted to model this character just to hone my skillz at moedllin in max
    so i drew this model sheet for the head
    the problem is
    the eyes are set too far back
    and the mouth too
    am sure this will happen in the body model sheet
    i have attached pics to elaborat more on wat i mean
    thanx in advance
    model sheet help for 3d
    model sheet help for 3d

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    looks like to me you just need to move your verts to wrap them around to the sides. I don't see any problems with the sheets you're working off of.
    This often happens when you start modeling in the front viewport and don't check back enough on the view from the side. You'll notice that the nose and mouth don't wrap around enough either. The mesh looks pretty good, just need to adjust your verts/loops from the side to match the image.

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    so what is the question?

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    the question is
    i gave it to a friend to model it
    he compressed the face to the side tellin me that
    it needs the eye to be drawn forwards a bit in the side view
    cuz it compresses the face to the side

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    Personally i'm with Ogle, there isnt a problem with your drawing, your friend has just modelled as if the face was flat on all sides, as can be noticed by how sharp the chin is and how the lips dont pull back at all.

    Sorry if that didnt make much sense. It might be worth telling your friend to model the eyeballs first as a guide for the curvature

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    Still no question?

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