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Need Character child with "Down Syndrome/Trisomy 21"

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For my latest project i decided a child with  "Down Syndrome/Trisomy21" should have a particular role.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Down_syndrome

Any ideas/suggestions to achieve this trustworthy/reliable?
I don't want it to look bad or funny...
I have big respect for those people, worked with several of those kids in my job at school.
Because of it's genetic disorder; the presence of a third copy of chromosome 21,
the child will have some special powers/skills and be able to give the story an important direction/drive…

Any help appreciated!       

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I'd be happy to help you with this, pm me.

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First Try with FaceGen + DAZ8:
Not so easy due to lack of appropriate pictures...

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TheOldBuffer will give it a try this weekend Wink
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What do you think of this fellow?  I've used only the standard CC sliders, Click on the pic to enlarge.


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Looks great w00t
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I've emailed the avatar to you. There is no charge. Enjoy.


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Thanx a lot to "TheOldBuffer" Kiss
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I usually see this accompanied by a smaller overweight body shape, and a less 'spiffy' look.  So the images look really authentic,

One thing, for expressions, I noticed of this population, is that they always have a smile, or they don't have a smile where you would expect them to. 
ie - They walk into a quiet setting with no humor and the person will be smiling, or everyone around them is socially laughing, and they have a straight face. 
As in, not typical oscillation of facial expressions.  Like the smile is more raw, not really a mask, and this, ironically, winds up appearing askew.  

Nice work, looks like a lot of heart will go into this.
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I usually see this accompanied by a smaller overweight body shape, and a less 'spiffy' look.  So the images look really authentic,

One thing, for expressions, I noticed of this population, is that they always have a smile, or they don't have a smile where you would expect them to. 
ie - They walk into a quiet setting with no humor and the person will be smiling, or everyone around them is socially laughing, and they have a straight face. 
As in, not typical oscillation of facial expressions.  Like the smile is more raw, not really a mask, and this, ironically, winds up appearing askew.  

Nice work, looks like a lot of heart will go into this.

Thanx for comment Wink

And, yes, since i "accompanied" at work (Basic School) at least 7 Children with "Down Syndrome" in the past 10 years,
you are right with the "smile" and the "overweight body shape"...





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