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Creating a Realistic Teddy Bear in Maya : Part 2

Creating a Realistic Teddy Bear in Maya : Part 2
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Start Maya. Open the teddy bear file which was saved in the last part of the tutorial. In the front view, select the poly cone primitive in the shelf menu and draw it around the nose area as shown in the following image.
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