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20 of the best female characters

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Date Added: 11th October 2013

6. Sebastian Schoellhammer created this 5-star elfen beauty in 3ds Max, XSi and Photoshop

© Sebastian Schoellhammer

7. Ark Game created this 5-star smile for an in-house character project

© Ark Game

8. 'Woman With Hat' earned 5-stars! A great use of Blender 2.49 and Photoshop

© Zoltan Miklosi

9. Created with Photoshop, this 5-star girl is 'Hardcore'

© Marek Okon

10. The Layerpaint community loved this one! 5 stars! Great use of color in this illustration

© Vanja Todoric

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(ID: 223803, pid: 0) Anon on Thu, 10 October 2013 6:08pm
#15 Looks a lot like a Nikola Dechev model that was just bought from TurboSquid and changed slightly (which isn't hard when the whole thing is easy to edit and is completely animated). I feel like that should be looked into, I'm not sure if that disqualifies it for this page, but I would sooner add Dan Roarty's Happy Birthday Nana from the front page to #15 instead of something that was easily changed with sliders in 3ds Max.
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