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Old 01-07-05, 12:53 AM
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Need help finding face mask templates.

I'd like to find some face templates, both for the inside and the outside. Here's an example of the outside:

I don't have the inside, though It doesn't have to be 3D or an actual photo (drawing is fine).

Thanks in advance for any help!
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Insert Face/Off joke here...
I'm curious myself. Might want to make myself a Phantom Of The Opera mask in the near future...
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Clarification: I want them to paint on them on the computer, not actually to buy I load them and then on top with my graphics tablet. So I'm looking for an image of a mask of the inside and the outside of a human face.

Thanks!
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That doesn't work for the inside because you see the features protruding to the outside instead of caving in to the inside.
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This is an example of what I do:


That one wasn't done with the pen, it was done with the mouse.


Here's one I did with the pen:


Yes, I suck now, but I'll be taking drawing classes. I really enjoy it. And I really like doing it in the computer because there's no set up and you can just focus on the drawing.
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Originally Posted by GatorDeb
This is an example of what I do:
How much would a framed print of this be?
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I was just trying to show that it's all in the shading. It's a two dimensional image of a face mask, so really the outside will work for the inside since the shot was taken pretty much straight-on.
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