And a couple more combinationsfrom other angles.
Darn, I am not getting forum notifications and have missed some action here. The new morphs are welcome, Chris!Here are a few of the last morphs that have been requested specifically for Sora.
A pointed chin, a raised mouth, a closed mouth smile with no side creases, and a comparison of a wide open smile with faces creases and a new one with no side creases.
Modeling Anime hair is really challenging - so much that I have to dig into other programs to find them. Like for example, this one I used with Nearme back in 2013 (rendered in Poser with Octane), which was converted from Metasequoia to Poser. Nearly all traditional Anime hair I have seen was created in that program for use with MikuMikuDance, which is another Japanese program. I have yet to find a workflow to create spiky hair like this.And just a couple more screen grabs for fun.
I have to agree, from what I've come to understand Anime covers several styles and seems rather difficult to pin down to one particular look.Your classification of anime must be a very strict definition because I would have called that hair anime especially as it has the kitten ears that you see in Anime.