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when you take a break from zbrush to study 2D than you come back to zbrush and your skills are 20x better than when you left...

how?
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Because sculpting on a tablet is inherently very similar to drawing.
Because learning 2D will generally improve your sense of design, proportions, etc...
Because doing anything art related at all will help you grow and improve all aspects of your art.

I really don't understand artists who refuse to learn certain things, in particular 2D artists who wont learn modelling in maya or max. You should be learning everything you can about everything you can if you hope to be successful.
There is no downside.
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>>517008
You train your eyes, you hand and your brain.
You use your eyes, your hand and your brain.



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