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Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (Rooney Mara)

Discussion in 'Filled Requests' started by Cortez, May 15, 2012.

  1. Cortez

    Cortez Potential Patron

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    Any fans of this movie/girl?

    Here's a profile reference shot of what I'm looking for.

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    Any way to get the piercings, makeup and lack of eyebrows too?
     
  2. TOlive

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    Here we go, try this on:
     

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  3. Ashburn

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    For a second i thought you found a way to get the browpiercing to work, but i see you have the same problems as i have, TOlive. Drives me up the wall when i see her brows moving but the piercing staying fixed. Oh well.
     
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    Maybe you could make a mod that connects the piercing to the eyebrow layer? I dunno.
     
  5. anonymous

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    There should be an Eyebrow.fla or something to make a mod
     
  6. Ashburn

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    tbh i'm not good at making mods. Wasn't intending to criticize you either, just an observation. Right now i for one am only able to get believable piercings on the non-moving parts of the face, so ears, upper lip, nose, noseridge but unfortunately not lower lip and brow.
     
  7. TOlive

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    No please, don't misunderstand my tone. It wasn't a "Why don't YOU make it" kinda' thing, just more of a "if it were to be done, maybe this would be a way" thing. I haven't messed around with the flash mods nearly as much as I'd have liked either.
     
  8. Cortez

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    You rock TOlive! Great work. I love the piercings, however the hair looks a bit off, in particular the bangs. You've inspired me to take a stab at hair design for this game. I want to make her perfect!
     
  9. TOlive

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    I think if you just erase the bangs in the bottom-left section (the behind the head part) that should give you closer to what you're looking for. I was working from a different photo ref where her hair had fallen to the side instead of being pushed back in the ref you posted.

    I can't get this out of my head, so I reworked it a little.
     

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  10. Cortez

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    So here's what I came up with. I took the reference photo and just mapped the hair onto a template, plus TOlive's piercings. This is my first hair mod. What do you think?

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    What did you use to map the hair over?
     
  12. Cortez

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    Photoshop.
     
  13. TOlive

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    I should have been more specific. I was curious about the process/technique you used to port it.
     
  14. Cortez

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    I sized and angled the original photo over the hair template and made sure the eyes, ears and lips matched up. Then I played with the contrast and posterization filters in photoshop until the hair was stark black against white. I cut out the background, then added another copy of the original hair on top, with less severe posterization filtering to add texture.