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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnwBsJpNGTo

Wait...this shit is busted. You can create what base mesh you want from a drawing in like 30 sec and then just add details in zbrush or blender and you are good to go.
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>>592260
Looks retarded and pointless, imo.
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just use fucking zSpheres man comeon..
it's not hard.
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This reminds me of a game I played on Gamecube, Amazing Island. Where you draw shapes that become 3D and make an ugly ass monster out of it.
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>>592260
Profags will hate. As usual when something is so easy anyone can do it. Ignore them, use whatever works for you.:)
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Tried it out. But think about it - this is basically the same thing as drawing a flat shape with a pen tool and then applying an extrusion to it. Unless there is more to this that I didn't figure out yet.
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I wish they'd stop pretending.
we all know that this gets only used for making crude penises in the breaks.
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>>592274
It's for curious interlopers who want to try out 3D without having to shell out for a professional software. The interface is so visual and simple that the learning curve is nonexistent compared to free entries.

I think it's cool. We've had MS Paint for years for people looking to fuck around in 2D using a simple toolset. Now we have this thing for 3D.

>>592279
zBrush doesn't have a quad draw tool, you're meant to do extrusion-based operations using masks, which is inherently more complicated and made even tougher by zBrush's interface. For what it does, this thing is significantly easier to use as a whole and doesn't require any sculpting skills.

This isn't meant to be a competitor or even a complement to any big software out there. It's on the level of something like MagicalVoxel, fun to play around with and much more intuitive to learn the basics on.
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>>592305
i think the part you didnt figure out yet that is that its not intended to be some pro tool, but a natural evolution of the old 2d paint we have always just had on the computers. Now people with literaly zero modeling experience can quickly take any drawing and make a rough 3d model with an easy to use UI
Great for kids

fuck you for making me sound like a shill when i havent even tried it yet
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>>592371
I've tried it
It's like MS Paint but 3D and not as fun or easy to use




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