sscottie
Loomis head quick block-in. Think I might have back of head too large again. Will keep working on that. Enjoying the process. Scottie
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Roy Nottage
Looks like a great improvement to me! Do you think you have a preference of the three approaches yet?
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Roy Nottage
Did Loomis first, then Bridgman and finally Bodem. Loomis felt like it went ok, I had some familiarity with the Loomis head on paper and always thought it seemed like it could be a good starting point in 3D. Didn’t really get on with my Bridgman, perhaps because I made the head too blocky / big for the neck. Of the three, it’s the one I kept having to tweak because it felt off. Think I came at it all wrong - it just wasn’t vibing at all. In Bridgman’s illustrations and when Andrew uses it, it looks a lot more natural / organic, so maybe I overdid it with the angles. Should've gone more curved triangle? Enjoyed having a go at Bodem. Found it easier than the other two to visualise how I could ‘work into it’ and use it as a starting point. More adding, less removing. Also it reminds me of Gray Fox’s helmet from Metal Gear, so hard not to like. For my preference of the three, I guess I’d have to try starting a portrait with each to know. But I reckon it’d be somewhere between Bodem and Loomis.
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sscottie
I keep posting in the wrong area🙃! Anyway hope this is the right spot for this and certainly hope I understood the assignment!!
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Roy Nottage
Nice. I like the presentation you did with these within the photos. Although I'd perhaps crop off the white fill border/background. It limits how easily we can look at each of the models (particularly on mobile), since that white takes up most of the screen space.
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Julia Arrighi
Hi fellow students, What could be improved to achieve more likeness? I'm looking forward to your feedback. Best wishes, Julia
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Roy Nottage
Hey Julia! These feel like they've got nice character to them. I do agree with Scott's remarks regarding eyes and chin. I think the one based on the selfie photo is my fave of the 3. Which order did you do yours, out of interest?
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Roy Nottage
Hey guys! Got some pancakes. I spent about 1.5 hrs on first two (myself, then friend), then limited myself to 1 hour on the last (my son). Felt like I learnt a lot on each - and I did get quicker. I think improving my pace to some degree, is definitely something I'd like to develop over this course. I stuck to just using my hands/fingers for these - which felt incredibly tricky for the eyes/lids.
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