I’m still not comfortable with my face. I decided to focus on it tonight to see if I can bring it closer inline with my own real-life face. As I make many small changes, I copy the image into photoshop and layer it over a photo of my real face. It’s an interesting way to learn about the anatomy of your own face.
My chin is a bit deeper than I expected. I’ve also foudn that in order to lift the eyes, I’ve had to make the chin much deeper and lower the mouth. But that tends to have problems with the length of the nose. Sometimes I wish that we had more options, such as to raise and lower the eyes and ears. There is much to be desired for many controls on the face when you are trying to make it look exactly like a real face.
My face is closer now to my real-life face, but I still feel that there are things that are off. It’s not a mirror image of me. Eventually I’ll have to pay attention to the profile as well. That is another tedius task just waiting for me to tackle.
One major tweak that I did was to darken my eyes, so that they did not appear to glow. They were so white, that they seemed to jump out at you in some photographs that I took of myself. I also made the pupils much smaller as well.