i started yesterday the first time modelling with blender.
what do you think?
I find it hard to imagine something worse.
It's vagina man
He has the ability to grow a huge vagina in its chest
Congratulations OP, your creation is now a meme.
shitposting aside, I'd say go with something a bit more geometric next time instead of trying to make an entire creature. baby steps and shit, pic related was my first go at blender.
don't knock it till you try it
Now I want to see the actual model, with that all black material I can't make out shit aside from the silhouette (I know it's a Walter, but I can't see anything )
Darrin Lile has some really easy to follow blender tutorials. check out his youtube channell
Don't start with a human being on your first try.
There's so much more you need to learn about the tools themselves before you start attempting to project an object inside of your head to a 3D model.
You'll find that 3D art is more science than art, and that the tools you use will play a large part in what you're able to do.
Having said that, if you're unable to do it despite understanding your toolset, then you're just a bad artist.
WWWAAAAAAYYYYYYYYY too many faces for the current result.
Holy shit bruv
Why didn't you use CAD instead?
Look into using the skin modifier.
Honestly? modelling was more of a past-time for me than any kind of professional pursuit. I just kind of decided one day "I want to make a gun in blender" and ended up with that using a few tutorials when i couldn't figure something out myself. I have a few more of varying quality. Dunno much about a CAD other than what it means and that blender doesn't seem to support it natively.