Morphing a man's face with a woman's face produces an androgynous (both male- and female-looking) face. To make realistic other-sex faces, I use a technique called transforming. This applies the differences between a participant's face and a same-sex average face to an other-sex face, but does not change the things that are the same (i.e. sex of the face). A transformed face will look masculine if it is made from a masculine person and feminine if it is made from a feminine person.
Notice how the other-sex
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