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I'd like to create some humanoid creatures. Not for any games or animations, I just need them to look nice. Thanks in advance!
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https://stephaneginier.com/sculptgl/
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>>574246
first post best post
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Sculptris
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>>574240

I think almost everyone uses Sculptris as their introduction to sculpting. It's good for a Noob because it has a very intuitive UI and doesn't overwhelm with features. It also has a bridge to Zbrush so if you later upgrade you can send your work easily to Zbrush to finish up your work.

I used Sculptris for about 2 years before I upgraded to 3D-Coat.
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>>574252
different anon here
I recently bought educational version of 3d-coat
Do you have any tips for using the software? Things to do and and to avoid. Something you wish you knew 2 years ago.
Also is there some hidden way of setting up multiple reference images on one axis?
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>>574240
Free noob friendly sculpting software for humanoid creatures to look nice you say?




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