I think that i need to reduce the bulgy eyes a bit,make them appear a little more set back into the eyesocket. And add a little more eyelid.I didn't want to go to frown like as this pic is of her dying.
looking good man. Are you going to make latex mask with them?
You my girl is gonna do Zam so she's gonna need that.
Yelp latex masks! Art thats the plan Glad you like it.It will only cover the front of the face back over the ears of the wearer.I want to stop the mask just above the forehead,this way the Zam helmet will cover the rest.And Zam's costume cinches up around the neck pretty high too so i will not sculpt a neck because it just wouldn't look right when the wearer turned their head. It will look more realistic this way. If they want they can put makeup on their neck to match the face,if any neck is showing.The seam/edge of the mask should blend well just under where the Jaw meets the neck line.There will be an elastic strap to secure it to the backside of the head which the helmet will also conceal. This way its not to uncomfortable and easy to take on and off. I've been doing masks for years and this is the first one i've done in awhile. And not mention my first SW character sculpt. Capturing a CG character's likeness isn't easy.SEEKER said:
See anything that stands out,that just doesn't click?
I think you're doing a great job with it! You may be right on adjusting the eyes a little. These may or may not be useful. I think I may have posted them for you before I'm sure you already have them but just incase:
The mask is probably the only good thing on that doll.
I'll see if I can get Kathy to critique a little
i did have that little mask but lost it moving. Those pics help:-)THANX!
Yes definitely have her take alook and as always anyone can give their 2 cents on what may be missing or not quite right.
It is looking LOTS better, the gill-like area under her cheek bones maybe a hair too long, and the lip needs a crease right near the right middle and also a slight build up on the nose. I mean, it's super awesome the way it is, but I am talking extra fine detail. Eyes could be 'inset" a little deeper. They look a little on the bulgy side, and need a little more of an almond shape.
that's really cool
I see it and i will work on it:-)Zam I Am said: