TESTING 3D MODELING SOFTWARE MAKE-HUMEN

 

Bias III

In the process of adjusting the model, the MakeHuman fails to represent personified images in good detail even though it is capable of producing 3D avatars of different races. For instance, when creating an Asian avatar, I found that the software could adjust the size of eyes and the depth of sunken eyes in a limited scope, however, the adjustable range of distance between the eyes and the eyebrows were too limited and inadequate. Generally
speaking, eyes of Asians are not so sunken as Caucasians, which is why there appears a wider distance between their eyebrows and eyes. The MakeHuman, however, failed to notice such an issue. As a result, it left much to be desired in terms of adjusting the position and height of the eyebrows: the space between eyes and eyebrows remained quite narrow even though I adjust it to the maximum extent. Accordingly, when creating an Asian figure, it is easy to see a weird face characterizing Asian’s facial features transplanted to a Caucasian’s face.

 

I am not the only one who has noticed this an issue, the following is an excerpt of what another user called Blindsaypattern published on MakeHuman forum:

blindsaypatten, Difficult to model Asian features. makehumancommunity. 2017.
http://www.makehumancommunity.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=14125 [visited May 20, 2018]