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Turian Head - Model Reference by Troodon80 Turian Head - Model Reference by Troodon80
Generic Turian Head - Model Reference.

The full list of other references can be found here.

Turians BioWare/EA.
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MidnightPrime Mar 9, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
When it comes to head position. This really helps me alot when it comes to drawing turians. Thanks for the model reference. 
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Evelfa Mar 22, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I don't really see bird/avian in there so much as I see dinosaur/reptile...
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GaudiFanYAY Apr 8, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
You might wanna see this xD [link] but you are right about that they look more like dinos... but then again most birds are dinosaurs....
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WhiteWolfZita Mar 6, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Exceptionally useful reference. I'm very grateful you've done these. :D
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carlconnor Jan 13, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you so much for having this piece. Going to make doing my brothers Turian mask a heck of a lot easier. Thank you.
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Scooter79rs Nov 16, 2012
Hey, I'm just wondering something about this specific model. Where abouts is it located in the ME2/ME3 data files? I've been looking for a barefaced turian in the files with too much success,
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The basic head model can be found in a number of places, but I usually use one from Mass Effect 2 which is called BioP_OmgHub.pcc. Once extracted, the file you are looking for is TUR_HED_PROBase_MDL.psk.

The base texture is called TUR_HED_PRO_Diff_Stack.tga. This is the bare-face, tattoos are added afterwards by using TUR_HED_PRO_Tat1.tga or TUR_HED_PRO_Add3.tga.
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Scooter79rs Nov 18, 2012
Cool, thank you :)
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:iconulurnaga:
Very helpful! This is amazing for angle references! Thank you!
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:iconfenrirsphantom:
The problem is, it hard to use this in pictures, 3D some how. x.x
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