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This is my 2nd model ever, what does /3/ think? Is it time for me to move on to modeling human characters yet?
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>>566147
>Is it time
The time was when you were capable of coordinating a pencil in your hand to make a mark on a piece of paper. No amount of tutorials is going to adequately prepare you for making characters, just fuckin do it. Have a tutorial in your hand if you need it. Your first attempt will fail. It's likely your next bunch of attempts will fail. Just keep at it, and eventually you won't fail.
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i can't judge without proper shading.
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>>566147
What is wrong with that grip?
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>>566147
Do other organic shit like fruits, animals and humanoid monsters first. Then start modeling parts of a human, like hands, arms, chest, mouth, nose, eyes etc one after another and start assembling it together until you have made a complete human mesh, but it's really important to do it step by step. Many people who want to make a human, start with a shape which looks like a blob which is smoothed 4 times and wonder why it looks like shit, don't do this.
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>>566147

Let's see the wire frame
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>>566147
It's time you learn about subdivision and bevels and get your whole 3d dream world engulf in flames of hell




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