Approach 4: Meshes – eyes, teeth, claws, and horns

The baby dragon's eyes show a mix of adorable cuteness and capacity for destruction. The pointy teeth form a cohesive jaw. These intricate structures require a new approach; the spherical eyeballs should stay spherical, while the skull and skin deform around them. The teeth stay put, protruding from the jaw, while his slobbering gums puff around the roots of the teeth. By having a set sphere for the eyes, geometry for the teeth, and other separate meshes, we can sculpture around these without worrying about artifacts.

The other rough draft methods can be combined into one mesh and remeshed at this point. The eyes, teeth, claws, and horns, however, will require their own meshes made with ...

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