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3D modeling /g/

Question : can you make artistic 3d models without having the talent to draw ? for example using 2d drawings from different angels. if so, what the best process to carry this out.
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You'll need a moderate level of knowledge to bring your characters to life. You can use both box modelling in 3dsmax or sculpting in zbrush with the help of ortographic planes to help you shape your 3d model. But there is no such program exists where you upload your 2d drawings and it just gives you a 3d model.
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Yes, but when it matters you will suck compared to those who can.
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2D and 3D art skills compliment each other, and the skillsets overlap. If you get better at 2D art, you will get better at 3D art and vice versa, so make sure you practice both.



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