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Andy, the face you have in the photo looks really good, minus the ruff.

I know it's a little late, but I managed to snag a pretty decent top-down head shot for the loaf. I think you captured the basically squarish shape of the muzzle. When you add in the cheeks and fur around his face, you get a concave contour for the shape of the head:




(He wasn't thrilled with holding still for a photo, but submitted with sufficient chin scratches.)

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That actually sets my mind at ease.  I thought I might be too square, but this should that I got it pretty good.  Yaay.  I'll be sculpting the body and leg fur of the sitting one today.  Tonight, I will add ear armatures.  Tomorrow ear sculpting and Friday will be finishing the face fluff and necks, throats and chests.



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OK, big update today:


In process shots with ear armatures, un-shaped:


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I gave the loaf ear reduction surgery and filed them to shape.  They still need detail sculpting, along with the face, head, neck and shoulders. I expect to finish the sculpting on this one today, save for the base.





Last night, I concentrated on the sitting cat, working the legs, shoulders, breast, face, and head.  I also gave it hip reduction surgery as I had sculpted its pa-donk-a-donk a bit too large.  This is a rather thin cat.  One note is that the lump in the corner of one of his eyes is not an error, it is a large mole that the RL cat has.  This one is now done, save for the tail and base (The tail will be wrapping around the base (which will be a cushion).  I hope to get the base and tail done tonight.



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The siting cat was accepted by @klarg1.  The Loaf needed to have his wrists showing more.  Here is the final on that:





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