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q step 15; Comparing the subdivision methods is a render of the result of the two different subdivision procedures. Rnth renders have a final subdivide (both the same type) applied in the rierer. The bad mesh subdivide is on the left. You can see that the nothing has opened the mouth. It has also thinned up the lower eyelid ri smoothed out detail around the nose and the corner of the mouth. The h subdivide model on the right has kept all of our fine detail. Efficiency fp add an Unwrap UV modifier and weld UV verts after you do this.

O Step 14 Patch subdvision solution

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O step 16: Adding detail

No matter how good any parametric head generation system is, you are inevitably going to want to add your own detail. The trick is to always try to get your parametric head model to a point where custom detail can be added without any concerns about losing detail if you change the parametric head model. Starting with the 2K base parametric head, this is nearly always OK. After adding a level of subdivision with patches, you can convert to polygon and add an Edit Polygon modifier. All your tweaks are now based on relative vertex motion and should hold up if you change the base model shape. Here, we see the results of tweaks around the eyes. nose, and mouth.

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