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A good way to select an image plane is to use the Hypershade Select
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the camera s tab in the upper tabs section of the Hypershade window and the image plane node will show up there Select the node to edit its attributes in the Attribute Editor or Channel Box You can delete the node by selecting it and pressing the DELETE key
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In the Outliner (Window | Outliner) choose the Front and Side cameras Then, in the Layer Editor, RMB-click the Underlays layer and choose Add Selected Objects from the resulting marking menu Test that you have successfully added the image planes to the layer by toggling the visibility of the Underlay layer This is done by clicking the V button next to the Underlay label in the Layer Editor The image planes should disappear in the Front and Side view windows when you disable the visibility control of the layer Once you have confirmed that the cameras are in the Underlays layer, set the layer to reference by LMB-clicking twice in the second column of the Layer Editor This prevents you from accidentally selecting one of the image planes as you are modeling The Layer Editor should look like this:
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Okay, we re all set up In the next section, we start the actual modeling process
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In 3, we blocked out the shape of our church to get a sense of the overlay size and proportion of the building We want to do the same thing with the head in this chapter Blocking also helps us find any problems in the image plane reference images For instance, if we place an edge that flows through the center of the eye in the Front view but it does not follow through in the Side view, then we know there is a problem At that point, you can decide to create new images or work with what you have and instead use your sculpting skills to find the proper proportions We are only going to model half of the head and mirror it over to the other side when we begin sculpting Create a polygonal cube with two subdivision axes in X, Y, and Z You can do this by creating a polygonal cube and editing its attributes or by editing the poly cube options in the options window before you create the cube (Create | Polygon Primitives | Cube r)
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In the Side view, scale the cube up so that it roughly matches the proportions in Y and Z
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Change to the Front view and scale the cube along the X axis so that it roughly matches the maximum width of the head in the underlay In the Perspective view, select the two bottom-rear faces and extrude them down a bit Use the Side view to line the extruded faces up to the base of the neck Delete these two faces by pressing the BACKSPACE (DELETE) key In the Front view, drag a box around the faces on the left side of the cube to select them Press the BACKSPACE (DELETE) key to delete the left side of the cube Your shape should look something like this:
We are going to round out the form as much as we can with the geometry we have You never add any geometry until you have done everything you can with what you have Otherwise, you ll end up doing a lot of extra work Start from the Side view and move the vertices to match the main points of change in the underlay These include the base of the chin, the corner of the eye, the top of the forehead, the top of the head, and the points of intersection of the neck and head As you select the points in the Side view, realize that the points are on top of each other To select all of the points, marquee select them by dragging a small box around the points instead of just clicking one of them The Side view should look like the adjacent image
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In the Front view, use the Split Edge Ring tool to split the faces down the front of the head along the width of the nose Round out the form of the head from the Front view by moving the vertices on the side of the head Continue rounding out the shape in the Perspective view by tweaking point by point, little by little Keep orbiting the camera around to examine and evaluate the model
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