Yeah it's not good on phone. But, if you feel confident, you can share your model to other people and ask them to help you with it if you're unavailable.It would seem the phone client isnt as detailed as the PC mixer unfortunately. But I'll be sure to give it a whirl when I get my PC again.
This Hero´s Forge thing is so awesome! Such a great way to get refs
Choose a color (unless it's skin, anything goes ; even fur, leather, scales, etc) and put the "roughness" slide at half (5.0), then check the "metal" box. The color would look darker and much better.
If the color IS metal (gold, brass, etc) then put the slide all the way to the left, at zero.
That's how I colored the ones I posted above.
More stuffs are being added though. Check it every now and then and you may find stuffs you like.In my experience the best solution to having no art skills is to find good affordable people that doooooo! (technically HF does kind of fall into that category!)
I tried HF but it seems their birb heads are limited to ravens, or non-modify-able owls and eagles (as they are 'hats' rather than heads)
Oh my word thank you for this! This has been a fantastic way to make a starting point for a ref, and it's in 3D which is how I think.I would recommend this https://www.heroforge.com/ if you haven't known about it yet, it's amazing. You basically get to make 3D models of any char you want, looking like action figures. Fully customizable colors, and a lot of models (head, body type, legs, even centaur too) and poses to work with.
Just for examples, here are mine :
Heh, no point in stopping there now is it ?Oh my word thank you for this! This has been a fantastic way to make a starting point for a ref, and it's in 3D which is how I think.