I had also attempted match the colour a bit better but in my own opinion I think I went backwards in some of the rendering of the skin. The beard while it looks good is a synthetic fibre and highly reflective. This changes the image when its seen live and when it’s captured in an image.
The beard I left long as it’s hard to tell from rays original photo. We both concur that its tighter to the face and probably shorter by about 15 centimeters. The teeth were inserted at the last moment. They were carved rather than cast. Casting them out of resin would have been my preference
Heavy brow, dark mass - assumed pupil and shadow, lighter band bordering pupil - assumed iris, much lighter band of contrast - assumed sclera.
These details are where you
I have toggled the hue and contrast to illustrate how I
If you run two fingers from the centre of your eyes they
Expression Lines - Examples stitched together
I perceive that the subject’s expression is anger or annoyance at Ray’s presence or simply that he has been made out and discovered by Ray. Either-way as Ray went to reset the camera the subject was gone. In all of the subjects image you will note a crease under the left eye. In most
It can also be a well worn feature of age.
The Teeth and Lips
Areas of improvement
Hair and beard
The Eyes and Teeth
I cannot thank Buck enough for his work that he did on this project, his tireless efforts in the face of a huge workload in such a short time only speaks volumes for the level of dedication and professionalism he exhibits - Thanks Buck
|Buck putting in the hair|
|Buck with the Bust|