Headshot Morph 1000+ is the world’s most comprehensive facial morph system designed to achieve the professional and detailed look of 3D scan models. Users are given control over all possible facial shapes for the most accurate source image alignment in Headshot as well as helping users recreating all possible human facial varieties regardless of race. More than 1000 head morphs are categorized in a logical order by a visual icon and intuitive naming. The search function helps to locate any kind of morph within a second.
The all-around head scale and shape determines the main structure and personality of a person’s face. You can define its relative shape by individually adjusting the height, width, depth and angle.
Modeling the Face Outline
Once you got a proper head shape, you can use the periphery morphs to define the front and side line of the head, which includes skull, forehead, ears, cheek, jaw, chin and goes down all the way to the neck. Those morphs help you to well define the silhouette of a human head in all possible perspectives.
Creating Exquisite Details
The largest amount of facial morphs are dedicated to the most important and distinguishing facial parts: Eyes, nose, mouth, eyebrows and teeth. Headshot Morph 1000+ allows the adjustment of even the smallest details such as a single tooth to enhance the uniqueness of your character's face.
Coherent Morph Slider Arrangement
Headshot Folder Structures
All facial morphs in Headshot Morph 1000+ are separated in 3 main folders. The folders take a top-down approach and guide you from the more general to the most detailed morph sliders for individual features.
INTUITIVE MORPH ORDER
The morph folder structure is arranged by mimicking the logic of character modeling:
Start with the general morphs to adjust broad areas and go further down to the Details and Parts Morphs to edit the smallest features for each facial part.
Front and Side Morphs
Thanks to the different visual icons for each morph, you can easily determine their facing, effective area, adjustable direction and angle visibility. For asymmetrical adjustment, the L or R sign indicates on which side the adjustment takes effect. To isolate the interference between front and side morphs, the planar morphs won’t affect the depth morph, and vice versa.