This time i practiced drawing some noses, and believe it or not these were only half-referenced! *-* I'm beginning to tweak things in the references i use, so that i can more actively improve and learn realism (i think it's better than just copying your references exactly as they are)
As you can see, i also worked on different ages
I'm not adding any skin texture or details like those at the moment, i'm just focusing on the big picture so that i better focus on learning the principles of rendering realistic stuff (not photorealistic at the moment)
But i'm not really happy with the results yet, gotta keep working to improve!
Also, you can use these as a reference if you can find them helpful somehow! (but credit me if you do so)
And next time i'll try complete faces! *-* Then once i feel comfortable i'm going to try to draw a realistic face from my imagination, to check whether or not these exercises are helping me in achieving my goal
To Whom It May Concern: Thank You for Your Attention...may it benefit you too
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This was the first time i had ever been able to get snow to come out in pictures
Ehe apparantly i am now taking stock pictures...well, actually, i'm taking normal pictures and allowing them to be used as stock so anyway, i've never done a photomanip, so i do'n't know what would be helpful, if these are bad, tell me so and tell me what i could do better Minor editing to hide something ^^
In 1977, the Philippine Air Force received a notable complement to its fighter fleet. F-8P Crusaders, thirty five examples no less, bolstered the service considerably. This would be a short lived affair however, as the Crusaders became increasingly difficult to maintain in its tropical environment. In 1988, the remaining fleet was retired, effectively ending a high point in the PAF's interception capabilities.
With this piece of history in mind, the F-8's stubby cousin comes into play. Known as the A-7 Corsair II, it recreates the paint scheme of the PAF Crusaders.
How to install: Find your HAWX game directory, go to the folder "Data" and inside you'll find "textures". In there, find "geoms" and place the .dds file there. Note that if one or more of those folders don't exist, create them yourself. The game engine will automatically recognize them.
Credits: Timawa.net and Wikipedia for the references and logos.