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how to add mimic to an object picture

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I would like to add mimic effects to some objects...
for instance, a 'stressed' television, a 'tired' pan, or 'happy' car...
i would be greateful if someone would give me (vitamin) ideas to manage this...
thanks in advance!
murat
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you can add face attributes to the object you want to add mimics such as eyes, eyebrows, mouths... noses are not necessary... though... :)

anyway, this will decrease the reality of the object but... it's the whole idea, isn't it to make television, pan, and car to become cartoon-like characters. okay... if you don't want to add extra attributes to the object... just use existing object attributes for example, you can use the bumper of the car as mouth, and lamps as eyese... in other case, you can also add animatable eyes pictures into the television screen.

if i were you, i would use the second way, that uses the existing attributes to add mimics into objects since it maintain the realness of the objects, and it only uses small extra geometries to edit the mimics
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