Cool method for constructing heads


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Post Mon Feb 27, 2017 9:44 am

Cool method for constructing heads

Nice method for constructing heads -
- very easy and this should work also with other perspective views. There are also some more youtube-clips about the Reilly method.
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Post Sat Mar 04, 2017 1:03 am

Re: Cool method for constructing heads

Now that is one found tube's goodie.
Those little specific differnces how head elements are constrained each onto the other - is what differentiates this method from more classical approaches that i have read and gone through so far.

How did you found this, Zeropainter?
And did you gave comment and hello message to that artist, saying how cool he is for that?
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Post Sat Mar 04, 2017 4:17 pm

Re: Cool method for constructing heads

because it is a roadmap/abstraction for a basic human head construction :)

This video is maybe good too




its very similar too ANDREW LOOMIS
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