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    The Gozerian MLaw's Avatar
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    Check out these books:
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    Both are from Gurney and he offers a lot of great explanations on how to add realism to pieces that are derived from the imaginary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MLaw View Post
    Check out these books:
    Color and Light
    Imaginative Realism
    Both are from Gurney and he offers a lot of great explanations on how to add realism to pieces that are derived from the imaginary.
    Thanks, I'll definitely check them out!

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    You could use Liquefy to resize the helmet and chin, if you wanted to implement Smitty's critique.
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