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How good is blender for sculpting?

>inb4 muh zbrush
zbrush can't even run on linux.
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>>601645
linux is only for servers. Windows for desktop
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its good for midrange sculpts (no high detail) stuff like this

you could take your sculpts into zbrush and add more detail later
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>>601646
Wrong BSD is for servers. Also what you're referring to as Linux is in fact, GNU/Linux or as I would like to call it, GNU + Linux.
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>>601645
Its decent, inferior to zbrush obv but it works and does the job.

My old sandy bridge CPU is getting uncomfortable around 1.5M polygons on the model, I would guess modern Ryzen beasts could cut even smaller detail, also I guess I could just hide some parts of the mesh and work on a part at a time.
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>>603191
Fuck off Stallman, everybody knows Linux can't into desktop.
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>>603191
You're such a fucking loser dude
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>>601645
I wouldn't use blender for sculpting.




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