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    Hi!

    I think her eyes need more work if you wish to take this sculpt to the next level. Good start, but it could be improved a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SadamHu
    Webhead - Whats her name? I couldn't find her.
    The name of the actress is Morena Baccarin. It's not an exact resemblance, but she reminds me of her:

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    Thanks very much for that. I'll have to get a collection of photos of
    her because she does look a lot like my model. Just made the baby. I'm
    considering not to have him in there. Maybe he's asleep and shes trying
    to get the straps out of the way so she can place him in there.

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    Here I have put all the elements together. I still have to work some bits
    to fit it together a bit more. There are quite a few places where things
    are inter penetrating. Just need to work a little more on the clothing.

    Adam Collier - BarbiePosed 01.jpg

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    terrific.
    the one thing I would suggest tweaking is the hand holding the child. it looks much too relaxed for a hand carrying that much weight.

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    Not necessarily Julian_K, to mee the hand actually looks natural. The reason is because the weight of the baby is actually hitting against her wrist. This allows the hand to be relaxed. I'm guessing that the mother's hand might have gotten tired or cramped, and switched the weight of the baby to her wrist and arm area. To me it looks and seems natural.

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    Julian_K - Thank you Julian. I appreciate your feedback. I did place the bubba
    on her wrist so that she could also have a few of her fingers touching his.
    Maybe it's not apparent enough, maybe it needs more compression in the
    babies clothes to suggest the wrist is carrying the weight.

    Demilich - It's true that your hand gets cramp holding babies like that. When I
    hold my kids (!!!ALL 3 OF EM!!! yikes!) as babies I actually held them a lot
    closer to my elbow to make it easier. I think I would probably last about 10
    mins before I had to reposition, if I were in this pose. Thanks for your feedback too.

    In the meantime (while I do some tidy up time) tell me what you
    think of this character.

    Adam Collier - ZBC - Alien Character 01.jpg

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    Hey man, keep going! Good stuff! Realy like the sleeping kid

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    Bas Mazur - Thank you Baz, your work made me decide to do something like this.

    I posted my work on PC and got a bit of feedback about the baby not totally looking
    like a 2 year old. Which is great, I'm glad people told me whats not working and
    what is. So here is an edited version of the baby. I squished him up a bit and
    placed his left arm on her right shoulder.

    Adam Collier - Baby Edit 01.jpg

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    Heres a WIP of an anatomy exercise of the male form. After doing a female
    its quite a bit different, in that forms are no longer soft and sleek. Good
    fun though!

    Adam Collier - Mr Beneviolence 01.jpg

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    i like the male study a lot ..mass , forms grt
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    I really like your works. You can define the back a little bit more on your male study and I think the feet are a little too big. Keep it up

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    Great works! Keeps getting better and better

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    These are looking great man! I love how clean the backpack is looking.

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    rabieart - Thank you
    stoyan3d - Thank you for pointing that out
    cherub_rock - Thank you boss!
    pOiNtPuShEr - Thank you very much Danny!

    This was made for the female bust challenge on cgFeedback forum.
    I stumbled on the thread a week and a half late. I made this in a week.
    It is still a WIP. I thinking of changing around a few things.
    Rendered in vray.

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