Creature Creation Help

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#1 Posted by EdTwo (484 posts) -

i have been seeing pictures of creatures that arent symetrical, having only one horn on one side or a eye bigger than another. How do i do that? heres an example: 

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#2 Posted by Gunner (4406 posts) -
EdTwo said:
"i have been seeing pictures of creatures that arent symetrical, having only one horn on one side or a eye bigger than another. How do i do that? heres an example: 
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place 2 different sets of eyes (to the point were one set becomes one eye)

Shrink one set and make the other set bigger.
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#3 Posted by Gunner (4406 posts) -
EdTwo said:
"i have been seeing pictures of creatures that arent symetrical, having only one horn on one side or a eye bigger than another. How do i do that? heres an example: 
Giant Spore Bomb
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"
place 2 different sets of eyes (to the point were one set becomes one eye)

Shrink one set and make the other set bigger.
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#4 Posted by Xymox (2384 posts) -

Indeed. Also note the arrow - it's not built with the face forward, but rather with the face on its side. So in a sense it is symetrical, because everything you see is actually mirrored on the other side. 

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#5 Posted by Emilio (3581 posts) -
Xymox said:
"Indeed. Also note the arrow - it's not built with the face forward, but rather with the face on its side. So in a sense it is symetrical, because everything you see is actually mirrored on the other side. "
That's what I was going to say. The extra eyes are on the other side.

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