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r8 my sculpt /3/. I know it looks shitty but tell me what you think is shitty.
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I don't think there's any area that is wrong in particular. It's just overall shitty.
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>>565639
Probably that's the worst. Chin is way too narrow and pointy especially for a man.
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>>565629
The bone structure of the face is all messed up and needs to be heavily modified and the plane changes are also bad. You need to look at a skull and study it's forms and how the face is constructed in terms of angles and planes
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>>565629
beginners first model/10

i will never get some newbies obsession over being rate and praised
i didnt show my first 3d models until i did it for a years
i just slowly tried to learn the software, and watched a of of tutorials
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>>565629
>>565635
Ayy limão
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>>565703
why? he's not asking for praise... or even rate,
he's asking us what is he doing wrong. to improve his work in the future. you were doing it wrong

>>565639
here's one of examples. you can put skull model in your sculpt and sculpt over it, if you are trying to make realistic models. I have not tried this myuself tho, but I'm sure it's great practice
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>>565629
Well it doesn't match the bone structure associated with a typical human.
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