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Added 11 years ago

A face morph for V4 based on Freema of Doctor Who fame. V4++ morphs required. No texture included. ATTENTION! MY ACCOUNT WAS ATTACKED THE OTHER … more »

Format: Poser Face (.fc2, .fcz)
Usage Rights: All rights reserved
Categories: Characters, Female, Morphs, Poses
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GrouchoCaesar (10 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you.
Jlgatch (11 years ago)Inappropriate?
unfortunately, I haven't found a texture that does Freema justice. I used the DAZ Elite Marie texture for the render. the cheeks, I agree on...the morph targets wouldn't get her face thin enough. Certain angles its her, others, she needs work...I'm working on a V3 version which, I feel, has better morphs than V4...Hair...I wish I could find one close to what she wears...any more …
Jeremy Miller (11 years ago)Inappropriate?
Well, I'm not familiar with this actress's face, as I'm not a Dr. Who fan. However, I like her fine just the way she is and I can use her. So, Thanks!
Chimunculus (11 years ago)Inappropriate?
All righty, so. I've actually tried this morph and I feel like the cheeks seem a bit off. The eye shape seems pretty spot on, but yeah, the cheeks have a very swollen appearance.
Chimunculus (11 years ago)Inappropriate?
I think he issue with the texture you used for your render is that it is a very simple and nearly single-toned skin, whereas Martha's skin is actually fairly complex with lighter areas, darker areas, and some areas that are almost pink-ish. Morph looks good though!
Da gaffer (11 years ago)Inappropriate?
very nice . no texture is ok but did you use one of daz or something else?

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