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Rate my model pls. This is my very first attempt at modeling so disregard on how shitty this looks.

Can I also get some tips on improving the model quality and the look?
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>>504430

Other side view
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Not telling you shit. You're just more potential competition.
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>>504430
I would recommend showing us wires, and not using blender.
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>>504430

Keep using blender.
Check your normals though.
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Give everything the same smoothing group and make sure there are no support loops. NEVER use reference images, if you do you are not a real artist and just copying the reference. Can you imagine having the right measurements?
And finally, keep using blender.
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question: why people insist on making those over exaggerated sci-fi guns? there are tons of them
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>>504453
The easiest way to learn is by creating things that you find cool and interesting, even when there are tons of em.
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>rate me
>disregard how shitty this looks
>choose one
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>>504432
lmao, what a cunt you are.
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>>504706
hes rite u know. your loss is my win, its a doggie dog world. every man for himself. jail lyfe mothafucka
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>>504711
>a doggie dog world

>not sure if trolling or stupid
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>>504430
For a blockout is fine.
Better learn how to SUB-D modeling. Start doing basic shapes. and post what u have.
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>>504711
Yea man 3d industry competition is some serious shit.
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>>504430
>rate my model
>disregard how shitty it looks
CHOOSE FUCKING ONE



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