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Heya /3/, I'm having a crisis.
When I was in highschool, I was REALLY into modeling and digital art. Years went by and though my passion never left, I stopped practicing due to traveling and getting a degree in another area.
Que 10 years later, I'm realizing how much I still love 3d but feel horribly depressed that I wasted so much time.
Real Talk: You think its possible to still pursue a career in 3d? Go back to school, get caught up? Or am I way too behind.
Pics are the stuff I was making at age 16-18, Lightwave 3d (cause that's what my HS taught for whatever reason).
DAZ/Poser content sales & freebies
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Because some of you actually buy things.
60% off everything but DVD collections until Dec. 19th:
High quality models for free including architectural, vehicles, furnishings, personal items:
30% off many items until Jan. 2:
Kinky clothing & accessories:
DM's Christmas sale, 60-75% off clothing, props, environments, poses:
Today only, 1 item free from this selection:
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So, i was planning on taking the CSWP certification, and i was wondering just how difficult it is, and if i am ready for it. I've done all the practice tutorials the software had given me, and I've already taken the CSWA. Is there anything else i should know? Also, are there any curveballs i should be aware of? (Pic related is a guitar design of mine)
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ITT we establish the S/N ratio of /3/
There's probably few other internet communities with such a vast disparity between its most productive and valuable members and... children who are going to grow up to be among the most useless human beings on the planet.
On here - you could make a request for help which has the potential to be answered by:
A: a professional (or at least very capable amateur about to turn pro, who at least knows the artist responsible for pic related) who dissects the problem, before coming up with an elegant, useful solution
B: An individual in his mid/late teens who has a folder on his machine full of different versions of that stupid frog picture and who uses the word 'nigger' in the way old telegrams used the word 'stop'. Or, the kind of person who seriously tells you that your choice of hard drive is going to cause a bottleneck in processor throughput.
This thread may or may not give an indication of the level of type A posters to type B posters - because the Bs will reply to this thread with a picture of Donald Trump grinning or something, and a comment about my sexuality.
The type A posters will probably not reply unforthunately, but if you wouldn't mind, could you just say something like 'hey OP - type A here' just so we can get a rough headcount.
Sculpting vs modeling armor?
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Hey everyone, I'm new to 3D art so bear with me if i sound like an idiot, please. I've been trying to model in blender a suit of armor i drew, and while I got the helmet done, i keep fucking up the other parts when I'm trying to model them, AKA they are too blocky and don't fit on the human model I downloaded. So my question is, should I sculpt the armor instead? My plan was to sculpt each piece and then connect it to the human model, but I'm not sure if there's an easier way to do it. Pic related is the helmet, sorry I had to use my phone camera.