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one sculpt a day keeps the procrastination away
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old stuff
ehhh... I want to do "Sculptaday" thing but I don't have fucking time :|
>says the guy who wastes his time on superfluous and procrastinating hobbies
I mean, the only way to justify yourself not being able to do a half hour to hour sculpt is if you have crazy work/school/caregiving hours and when you're finally done, you can't do anything and need to go to bed. If you have any other reasons then you might as well just shoot yourself because procrastination will make sure you will never get anywhere.

Or because not everyone is aiming to get into the industry with this shit. Many people do 3D just for fun, like a ton of people just draw for the sake of drawing.
That's a fine reply too. Just don't whine about not being able too, since it's just a hobby. My response is only for someone who wants to join the industry but procrastinates because they're lazy shits. Carry on, casual.
Did this a few months back
I like the hands

I wrk as afreelance video editor/graphicdesigner/. sometimes I'm getting shitton of work, with strict deadlines, I'm not whining for the sake of it ))

sometime ago I started character, with 1 week goal, but since then I finished 2 commercials and I'm making third..
oh and I don;t want 3d to be ony my hobby, I'm already using 3d in my workflow ald already did some freelance stiff wth it.
now I also got fun project , to redesigne two cartoony robots, for comercial., I already made head concepts. and got aproved
Like I said, if you have a plethora of work needing to be done/projects you want to do, the post does not apply to you. It applies to those who have the time, but procrastinate instead. Sounds like you're busy, so you would think your reading comprehension would have you realize that the post did not apply to you. Food for thought.
sry I have not even read the whole post, I was walking and reading/posting.. my bad

BTW, what is the point in daily scupts, It's possible when you are doing 2d sketches, but 3d takes time. won't it be better to do weekly ones? you'll be able to make more complete works
No need for apologies, friend. Also for your question the more practice you partake in the more competent you usually become. 3D practice applies just like 2D. Whether you become faster in performance, techniques, or more knowledgable/skilled, a daily sculpt which you put actual effort into will help retain, build, and grow your artistic talents (usually). One way some people do daily sculpts is doing them in a time limit, which means you are working on productivity. Bottom line is practice makes perfect, not practice once in a while makes perfect.
in weekly "sculpts/3d" I meant one project(character for example or vehicle) in one week, but of course you should work on it daily, in a week you'll have something more complete than in 2-3 hours,
However you see fit to learn sculpting, as long as it's actually helping you grow, is good enough for me.
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frogs are good warmup material
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i keep forgetting sculpting is fun, even though it's so difficult.
Reminds me a little of Hillary Clinton. I don't know why.
I'm pretty sure Hillary has light hair.
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great, I thought I'd do a quick sculpt but now I wanna fully complete this thing over the next few days.
It's more the face than the hair color. Either way it would be scary if it had a penis and chased you around through poorly lit hallways.
This looks promising.
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since the previous one was made between tuesday and wednesday, i'll consider the previous one yesterday's sculpt and this one today's.
third attempt at sculpting anything
I have no idea what I'm doing but I'm almost sure I'm pretty sure however that I should make simpler, stylized characters first.
stylization comes from knowledge of anatomy
I know anatomy, I'm just bad at respecting it (and worse in 3D). It should be easier to respect simple shapes when sculpting.
If you can't sculpt it then you don't really know anatomy. Its like watching a video about how planes work and then claiming you know how to build a plane.
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for some reason, this one made me want to rip my skin off
Space->add plane
you pleb
I don't want this to spiral into a bullshit thread long argument but just because you know anatomy doesn't mean you know how the tools work and which workflow you have to use.
Holy shit lost
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rate my frog
female version?
Rate yourself.
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even the diffuse map works as reaction image
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nice nips
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can u upload model pls ?

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