Have you ever wanted to create a realistic digital face from scratch? Perhaps you want to try to re-create yourself digitally, or you need characters for your novel, or you just enjoy playing around as a creator.
Start by choosing a gender, then you’ll see the face editor.
Use the Properties tab to edit features of the face, like the Eyebrows, Mouth, and Ears & chin fields. You can click multiple entries to edit several properties together, such as moving the nose and mouth down at the same time. Click the check mark to the right of these to select all of them, or the X to deselect everything.
On the right side, you’ll see three control groups for editing the properties. The top controls Position, the middle Rotation, and the bottom Size.
For Position, the four buttons around the center ball move the feature in the four directions. In Rotation, the two buttons rotate the facial element. For Size, the left/right and up/down buttons stretch the feature in that direction. The two diagonals stretch in proportion.
On each of these three controls, the button at 1 o’clock will randomize the feature, while the one at 2 o’clock will reset it to default. You can also grab the ball with your mouse and drag it around to edit the property. Unchecking the Symmetry box lets you edit the eyebrows or eyes independently.
If you need more to perfect the face, click the Image Search option to get a new body part via a search. You can also add Eyewear, Beard & moust(ache), and Miscellaneous extras here, then move them around using the prior tab.
When your masterpiece is finished, click the E-send tab. Fill out your name, email address, and friend’s email address to send it onto them. Including your own address lets you link back to your face anytime you like.
What will you create? Do your best to form your favorite celebrity, or maybe just create an abomination like this:
Did you create a masterpiece using Morphases? Show us your creations in the comments!
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