Time to kys, autoshills.
When a tool doesn't hinder the artist to follow his vision, it's a good tool.
>>606229Im sure the person who made it also likes to clamp his balls in a vice. Fuck that interface.
>>606229The braids aren't flawless and the eyes creep me out a bit, but that's nonetheless a pretty great piece!
I've seen it before, really like it.
>>606229Stop the software cringewar OPGood art is good, end of story.
>>606245HAHAHAHAHAHA >breathes in AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAspotted the autoshill
>>606229The artist also used Marvelous, I think.But anyway, it’s a damn good rendition of the concept artwork.
>>606232If I were modeling it I sure would, or I wouldn’t be able to finish the piece due to compulsive masturbation.
>>606247calm down blenderfag, you're not in a position to laugh at anyone>>606250is Marvelous really worth the trouble when there's so few folds and wrinkles on the clothing? never used it, so just curious
>>606247You blendlets should shut the fuck up. Nobody takes you and your crapware seriously. There are dozens of better art pieces made every day by better artists using better software.
>>606258I'm pretty sure they are joking. Actually, it's probably that both sides keep baiting each other. But placing people into different user groups and having some kind of an internet gang fights is super cringy.
>>606258>Shitting on DonutMaker™>Not pointing out flaws in artworks made with DonutMaker™I’m disappointed.
>>606266>DonutMaker™I like it
>>606266lol donutmakerIt's funny but I did actually do the donut tutand it made me really blow a load, or, as they say, dump some slugs
Why is everything made in Blender that attempts to look competitive with current gen quality, always look like a cheap rip off? Those slightly overly-exaggerated facial proportions, the 'i'm clearly trying too hard' eye shape. The skin shader that just barely misses the realism check. The material on the jacket is the worst offender; looks like something from a decade ago.Once again Blender proves that despite their best efforts they will never be competitive. I'd actually prefer to move to freeware like Blender, but it's hard to want to use inferior shitware.
>>606229>not posting a linking to the actual tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pxZtmlqtvc
As a person who started with blender with some blendtuts by oliver and never even saw any donut/anvil tutorial, I can honestly tell everyone, that this whole donut meme is only relevant among the lowest in this community - people, who deal with mainstream bullshit pathetic enough to become a meme instead of actually developing their skills.Therefore everyone who participates in the whole donut/anvil/cup/whatever tutorial debates isn't just worth listening to.
>>606229Congrats, blender users...you are on Maya's level now... from around 2007-2008 keep up the good work
Those hairs are at least 2 millimeters thick.
>>606306I agree. The proportions are odd and it looks like a chinese rip-off of a properly made product. Like anything else mande in Blender. And not that I don't like chinese rip-offs. I love cheap as much as the next guy when it comes to utility, but a 3D model is supposed to pleasant to looks at.
>>606328>>606306You guys are retarded.>proportions are badThat has nothing to do with the program. These troll attempts are getting worse and worse.
>>606330But it has to do with the fact that Blender attracts a variety of people who have no art talent and really should be doing something else with their lives.
>>606331No shit when it is free. Let people do what they want with their time. Stupid argument against the software itself.
Everyone hating on blender is just a jelly soyboi
>>606332I don't think it's right to let young people be deceived into giving away their life for the glory of the Blender Foundation. Satanic symoblysm is everywhere in Blender, starting from the splash screen. They know what they're doing and it's bad for you.
>>606337>being this fucking stupidim honestly surprise you've managed to live this fucking long
>>606337I'd gladly give my life for Blender Foundation when the alternative is giving life AND money do Autocuck.
>>606341I've used autoderp for almost 6 years, never paid a dime
>>606306>Why is everything made in Blender […]>Those slightly overly-exaggerated facial proportions, […]>It’s a 3D rendition of a 2D character.Are you even trying?
>>606342So you're either not using it in a professional capacity or doing so illegally.
>>606348You don't get it. The 2D drawing looks fine. The Blender-made replica has odd proportions and bad lineaments. Can you see the difference?
>>606337Oh God, please no, not the >Satanic symoblysm
>>606334I'm not jelly about a donut making software. I'm using superior software that not only allow me to freelance, but also allow me to find a job in any studio if I ever need to.
>>606349Who gives a shit. Autodesk makes more than 2 billion a year, I doubt home users are hurting their profit.
>>606229there is absolutely nothing good or special about this low-poly toon model and its texture mapped hairwould be sad if Blender coudln't even do this.
>>606359>nothing special>literally pixar 2017 quality
>>606359I'm willing to bet that a lot of you critizing aren't even 10% as good as that artist.
>>606229I'd better post this one.
>>606354Can you redline them, please?In the 2D drawing I can see her left eye is higher and offset to the side, the ears are not level, the mouth is off-center. The braids are stiff. The shirt is not curved following perspective. None of these problems are in the 3D rendition.>Criticizing artwork style as a proxy to criticize softwareThis is as dumb as it gets.
Most 3d artists know that any of these programs can bring amazing results. It just shows your lack of experience when you try to show off what your favorite little programs can do.
>>606364Transhumanistic fluff made in Maya, imported in Blender. She has the forehead of a man. Could be a trap.>>606365To move vertices or do anything else in Blender is so cumbersome and tiring people can't do as many iteration as they could do in proper software, and those are the sub-optimal and unsellable results.
>>606364>this girl squats 1 ton on a bad day
>>606371>To move vertices or do anything else in Blender is so cumbersome and tiring;-)
More work created with Blender.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Je3oQjK17A
>>606371>To move vertices or do anything else in Blender is so cumbersome and tiringOkay, I know we're all having some fun trolling each other here, but at least try making a smart response. If Blender is godlike at anything, that would be exactly the thing you mentioned - extremely fast and comfortable move/rotate/scale/extrude/inset/bevel operations with as little key strokes as possible. Nothing can come close to it.
>>606378That's right. Nothing should get close to Blender.
>>606379Don't you have something more productive to do than to troll on this board by day and night?
>>606337So by your logic, would that also extend to the internet? Because young people DO get deceived by it.Especially when religion comes into play.>>606340I'm surprised more Christians aren't sacrificed at birth. I wouldn't be surprised if this guy shies away anytime he looks at his own penis. Which can be considered Satanic Symbolism as it looks like a snake.
>>606232Learn the hotkeys and see how efficient you become and how unstoppable it makes you feel.
>>606390feeling vs being
>>606229if I made nudes of this and hardcore fucking, would it be cp to the ABCs?
Is there any other software which can be customized in a way that you can move and scale on different axis just by choosing the x/y/z and moving your mouse?Call me retarded, but as much as I hated that feature the first time I opened Blender, now I can't live without it. Just think about how many times you have to click on that little gizmo in order to transform your object, removing that workload from my fingers is too good and I can work more without feeling the hurt.I heard Modo has crazy customization options so I'm interested if it can at least be changed to work in some other way where I don't have to constantly click on the right axis to move something every 2 seconds. Please give me a legit answer if you know it, I need it so bad if possible.
>>606396>Is there any other software which can be customized in a way that you can move and scale on different axis just by choosing the x/y/z and moving your mouse?not gonna make it
>>606315A lot to live up to, for sure!
>>606397What did make you say that?
>>606395Doesn’t matter, just make and post them.
>>606398That just proves that Blender is not very popular, which is understandable because, even if it's free, it costs you your precious time and gives you nothing in return.
>>606398That settles it. C4D is the best 3D program.
>>606406>thinks the maya to blender user ratio is >24 to 1>does not take into account the increased likelyhood of newbie users who might run into crashes on blender>thinks maya isn't just an unstable pile of autogarbage
>>606414I'd agree but>thinks everyone ITT isn't baiting other people
>>606377They obviously used Maya for all of that. They are saying Blender because it’s becoming hip, but no one takes it seriously at that level of production.Had the Blender Foundation had the money, I would have ventured they paid them to say they used Blender.
>>606429Okay, do you have any legitimate proof? Or is it just literal shit from your ass that you're pulling?If it's the latter, then go back to /trash/
>>606436I mean, just look at the visuals. Do you really think Blender could pull that off?
>>606441Renderer is what matters, senpai. Maybe they didn't use Cycles?
>>606436They probaby didn't use Blender at all. If you had good eyes you wouldn't ask for proof.
>>606260From what I've seen, it's mainly noobs with an ego. Haven't seen anyone that legitimately spent time equally in Blender and Maya that says, "yeah, that's crap.". Kind of like in gamedev Unity gets a bad rep and Unreal is the big-boy engine, but they both have similar learning curves and can both achieve the same thing.
>>606429>All modeling and rendering in Blender & Cycles>Houdini for particle systems, fire, etc>texturing and material work is done in Substance Painter>compositing is done in Nuke and After Effectshttps://www.blendernation.com/2017/02/23/man-high-castle-season-2-vfx/Wall of text "why Blender" in comments.https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/5rvwo2/we_produced_the_visual_effects_for_man_in_the/
>>606452That's what they claim, which is the same thing people without a Maya license claim when they distribute their work.
>>606441You do realize that Blender is compatible with other Rendering programs right?>>606450Final product ultimately means nothing in the long run when it comes to proof. Behind the scenes screencaps or GTFO.
>>606453>They have Nuke and Houdini licenses>They would claim to use Blender in order to get away with pirated Maya copies
>>606453>>606453So are you claiming they didn't do anything in Nuke, After Effects or Substance Painter either?Because that's the vibe I'm getting from your post. As if SP, Adobe and Nuke are inferior to Autodesk. Is this true, that Adobe is lesser than Autodesk?You can be honest with us. Does Adobe suck ass in your opinion? Did Photoshop and/or AE murder your dad?
>>606429i don't understand why you think like that.if people agree that krita is close enough or equal to SAIpainttool then why would it be so far fetched that blender is close to maya?in the case of GIMP i understand. that's because the developers intentionally fucked their own software to the point where its a mess. but if they will just correct some stuff here and there, its still a worthy competitor to photoshop.so lets say that autodesk employees are pro's that get paid very well for their work.well, what is the difference if blender programmer get paid too? just because the software is free doesn't mean that they work on it for free, and it doesn't mean that the people that work there are amateur's. they get accepted to BF just like every company
>>606452That answer should be referenced every time an aspiring 3D artist begins trusting Autodesk shills on this board.
>>606460Because Krita is nowhere near an useable state mostly because of the lack of proper color correction. Likewise, Blender is nowhere near an useable state.
>>606459>>606460You're trying to dilute the discussion and Blender is still bad software.
>>606398>>606411>>606413Out of the way manlets!
>>606468[generic reaction to troll]
>>606478Keep ignoring the fact that Blender is useless garbage. Focus on calling people names. That's surely going to make Blender the "industry standard".
>>606479And BTW I used to work for a printed publication and altough I've tried, the situation there is worse for open source software than it is for 3D. Long story short the main reason is offset printers require patented color correction methods that only commercial software has and *can* have.Krita and Gimp are irrelevant and are always going to be irrelevant for that reason. Blender is likewise always going to be irrelevant. And Blender is also really bad and unpleasant software.
>>606229What a weird looking donut.
>>606481>Blender is likewise always going to be irrelevantYou even got one of the many proofs ITT that it, in fact, isn't irrelevant.>And Blender is also really bad and unpleasant software.I always get triggered when people start presenting their personal opinions as facts. You got me there, I have to admit.
>>606481Whoa careful there. Krita is a VERY nice side-tool (of course not a replacement for Photoshop). I often use it to create decals and hand drawn stuff. I agree with you on blender being shit though.
>>606471>You're trying to dilute the discussion and Blender is still bad software.>tells me im trying to dilute the discussion while hes throwing one-liners at me
>>606486I saw more proof that Blender's only reason to exist is to circumvent other commercial software licenses.Personal opinions perhaps but shared by everyone except people in the Blender cult or early beginners who don't know any better.
>>606485It may be weird looking, but wouldn’t you still fuck it? I know I would.
>>606492>Personal opinions perhaps but shared by everyone except people in the Blender cult…and the producers of VFX for The Man in the High Castle, who decided to abandon Maya for Blender in order to improve their studio pipeline efficiency.It it works for Amazon Studios’ contractors, why wouldn’t it work for you?
>>606492If you bothered reading the explanation on Reddit you would have seen that multiple professionals jumped from Maya and other software to Blender and found out they love it. So please stop lying.Anyway, stupid discussion, let's just stop.
>>606481Krita is fine tho
>>606229This was made in Blender.Time to kys, autoshills.
>>606306dude for the record I think Blender is absolute shit BUT you're just being unfair here
>>606334>Everyone hating on blender is just a jelly soyboiis this how retards talk now?
>>606359>nothing good>low poly>texture mapped hairall wrong>>606361more like literally kekfor fucks sake anon, if you can't differentiate the quality of OP's pic from what Pixar does, leave this board right now and become a seven-eleven assistant manager or somethingseriously man, wtf
>>606528that looks like a fair representation of 95% of the content created with Blender
>>606497Don't encourage him, he'll just say the effects team is part of the Blender cult. Same if he ever remembers Hardcore Harry and SuperMansion had FX teams who used Blender.
>>606471How are we deluting the discussion. People like you aren't helping either by insulting the software and the people who use it.So answer the question- Do you think Adobe is inferior to Autodesk?
I Recently started learning ZBrush because I need posable symmetry and very high definition mesh for my goals.Holy shit this program was developed by the most sruel psychopatoc sadists out there. Yesterday after work I spent 5 hours figuring out how to enable symmetry and 30 minutes actually sculpting.Using this program is a fucking torture I hope Blender will save us all from it.
I want to find Zbrush developers and break their hands with a brick so they wont ever code again
>>606573There are people getting paid to market for Blender? Where do I sign in?
>100 replies>on /3/How you can tell a thread is nothing but shitposting.
>>606544How about 3D Coat? At least it doesn’t have a retarded interface.
>>606229Was this made with le kitchen appliance meme app?
>>606592It was made in Maya, but the author claimed otherwise for Internet points and to avoid paying the license.
>>606603The guy is ukrainian. Why go through all the hassle when he could just pirate it and dgaf, or even better get a legal education license for free...But he insist on using Blender and is known in the Blender community. Basically you are a fucking liar, like always. Fuck off with you Blender conspiracy theories, it stopped being entertaining a long time ago...
>>606613I could too go in the Blender forums, showcase my work made in Maya, and awe them all making them believe it was created in Blender. Blendlets wouldn’t be able to tell, but we actual 3D artists would be making inside jokes about it all the time.
>>606613Fuck off with your blender
>>606658I am not even using Blender (anything but Blender) but this guy >>606603 pisses me off.
pls Noschenko, make an animated version of Puma rolling her eyes. It would become the standard reaction to Autodesk shills on this board.
>>606662It would become the standard reaction to anything made in Blender.
>>606662No, make animated porn and cash in fat stacks from brainlets
>>606664woah, that’s meta, bro…
>>606662>It would become the standard reaction to Autodesk shills on this board.Nah, just make it a catch-all at this point.
>>606337Hey, it's you. Explain to us again about blender's 2.78 splash being someone giving up their humanity and accepting Satan?
>>606576You mean over 120 replies and only around 30 posters
>>606781I don't get it. If it where a cyborg with artificial limbs and stuff i would understand the trans-humanist angle, but this guy is just wearing an armored suit, like Iron Man.
>>606576What do you expect from any thread that doesn't use this image as the OP?
>>606617Good luck sculpting in Maya.
You guys have the worst humor of all the 4chan boards.
>>606781Mate, I believe that’s actually a depiction of a man who has finally found Faith, and is inspired and strenghtened by the Will of our Savior to crusade against the nonbelievers.Praised be.
>>606795>coming to /3/ expecting bantsSorry kid. /3/ is one of the saddest boards on this platform. Not in the /r9k/ sense of sad, just in the general sense of no-happiness. If you're not watching the endless arguments over Blender vs Autodesk apps, you're just watching a bunch of anons trying to help each other make it into The Great Industry. There's a reason why this board is as slow as it is. Everyone's focused on just trying to make it.
>>606843Exactly this. I know a decent amount of the users by name because I stumbled upon their works on ArtStation and other places and connected the dots. Almost everybody is "currently searching for a work", so the amount of salt is not surprising.
>>606794Good luck sculpting anything over 1 million polys in DonutMaker.
>>606891Thanks! Good luck to you too!
>>606795Wrong, you just missed out on the duk thread and the thread with the extruded rounded edge thing (I deleted my render and don't feel like making another)
>>606781And what exactly does this have to do with Atheism?
>>606390this is the entirety of the blender mindset, its about memorizing trivia rather than acquiring a solid knowledge of a interfaces foundation and how to use it as a tool. un-intuitive scattered interface excused only by people who have fully bought into the blender delusion because they are either to cowardly or stupid to obtain proper software. Its no wonder that most of the stuff that comes out of blender is the most bland generic industry groveling crap that fills the portfolios of hundreds of amateur portfolios. it comes from the baby mindset of coddled by education through hand holding tutorials and blender orthodoxy that neither requires nor allows abstract thinking, creativity or experimentation within.
>>606905>this is the entirety of the blender mindset, its about memorizing trivia rather than acquiring a solid knowledge of a interfaces foundation and how to use it as a tool...Stopped reading after that. "Trivia" is a knowledge of hotkeys? Your statement doesn't even make any sense. Just because you know hotkeys means you don't actually know how to use the tool, or how to use the interface (why would you, at that point, anyway?) Not defending Blender, but this is pathetic. Some of you make up the stupidest arguments I have ever heard.
>>606846Bahahahahahahajust stop trying you amateurs
>>606912Ooh, somebody got offended.
>>606910except blender is entirely hotkey memorization and esoteric menu navigation.
>>606905How... how could a person of your mindset make it in the real world using Excel or Project to create time lines or budget planning for a project? I mean, those programs too have shortcuts that make them productive. Also, ever used an as400? Function/shortcut keys galore. Could you survive? I really hate people that program bash to feel superior or part of an in group.Reminiscent of the ps2 versus dream cast wars on iirc. Stomach turning is the mentality.
>>606361You're like at least one decade off there my dude.
>>606896he's getting his dick sucked by the suit
>>606905>Blender interface is bad and unintuitive>*uses zbrush*After using blender I went to zbrush for certain features i need and holy shit then I realized just how magical, genial and wonderful Blender was.
>>606533>>607003Explain, please. It's not even the same style, so how did you figure that out?
>>606920To each his own, I guess. I like hotkeys, and prefer having a keyboard close (it helps I don’t need to look at it to type). My preference for hotkey-based UIs is what leads me to chose Emacs over Atom, for example, as well as Blender over Maya, where functionality is the same for what I’m trying to accomplish.The keyword is “preference”. We shouldn’t compare software on such basis. It is futile; there will never be broad agreement, because there can’t be.
>>607005You just didn't take the time to learn zbrush. It's way above DonutMaker (and everything else) when it comes to sculpting.
>>607135>A UI even below donutmaker
>>607135You just didn’t take the time to learn DonutMaker™. It’s way above Maya (and everything else, with maybe the exception of Modo) when it comes to modeling.
>>607025>explain, pleasejust sheer observation m8it's literally NOT Pixar quality in all its aspects (modeling, surfacing, rendering, hair, etc.)
>>607145Nice explanation m8. I see you have a deep knowledge of the subject.
How do I make a rig like this in Blender?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfL8VD7vGGs&hd=1Specifically the mouth, are there any tutorials that explain how this is done? Is it all morph targets?Or, are there some recommended tutorials for rigging in general?Feels like most tutorials have results that look so ugly, like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Map_ro-xUwg
Spacedraw > daz > sfm > blender > the piratebay for everything else.
>>607214What the fuck are you trying to say, nigger?
>>607203Rigs like that are usually accomplished with similar tutorials like the second one you linked. Most of what's shown in the first one has added steps to it, like those shapes around the jaw, which are custom made.As for recommended rigging, if you're using Blender, I'd say "Humane Rigging", which can be found on YouTube. You can also look up several character creation tuts that go into detail of how rigging works. And that should be true for any program you want to use (Maya, Blender, 3DS/Max, what have you).
>>606533>all wrongyou are wrong shithead
>>607246am SAYIZNG THHT SPACEDRAW shitz alover any paid fag softwaire b to tha i to tha t to tha chhhh you hearrd?
>>606229I still prefer maya but I gotta admit that blender has become pretty good in the past few years. Competition is a good thing, people will benefit from this, no matter what program they prefer
>>607429People like you and me are n the minority here. I like all 3D programs because they let me create stuff. I like some more, dependent on their usefulness for me.
>>607203Coming from xsi it looks its rigging to a bunch of curves(brows/nose/around the eyes/lips) and some blendshapes(mouth/blinks)Basically you make some blendshapes and then lay out curves on top for further modification, if you want to send it to a game engine then you would skin to nulls constrained to curves.
>>607310This bootyful replica of the earth in that year 20201@9 was wonderful crafted in spacedraw while blenderrrrz fagya and cuckdesk users haz to spend 30 mizns an shittube Tut's jus ta make fat facefuck hogbitch boy. GAME OVER. switch to spacedraw and staphgg paying for shit sofeware
blender has become quite something in terms of renders and shader outputs.
>Try blender and set it to maya functionality>still handles nothing like maya
>>607628>This is your average /3/ brainlet
>>607620>>607638Blender has become quite something in terms of shilling and being horrible software.
>>606364if you're strong enough to squat a monster truck do you really need mechanical arms? flawed concept is flawed.
>>606396this hurt to read
>>606905Hobbyists don't have 200 a month for a sub.
>>6069203D modelling is entirely technique memorization and esoteric edge redirection.
>>6091283D modeling is entirely being able to move vertices around for hours while resisting the urge to fap to the WIP waifu
>>609423*laughs in Autodesk*
>>609423I won't defend anything, but I checked out those 2 posts and they are both retarded. The guy whines about how he can't find a subdiv modifier - well how about looking at the left or the right sidebar first, you know, where they can usually be found? In every program you are, you'll need to hover over the icons to see what they are representing, because you can't fit all of those descriptions in the UI. How about hovering over those icons on the right then? One icon is clearly called "object modifiers". People just want to find reasons to bitch about something, it's pathetic and not funny at all.
>>609433I use blender - once in a while to do liquids or other cool stuff. I main Modo - I've done a few tuts in Maya. Don't get me wrong its good software - just no one wants to come up with a UI thats more like ( industry standards? ) modo/maya/c4/etc....
>>609449It being unique is exactly what I love about it, because I prefer its workflow. I'm not saying it's easy to learn, it probably isn't (I personally didn't have any problems and can't understand it, but it's not about me), but I believe that once you get used to it, you'll see how good the UI actually is.I still can't agree that it's that much harder for beginners compared to the rest of the programs. I've seen comments about how they have to watch tutorials for the smallest things, but let me tell you, I didn't figure out Modo's "drop tool" or "nothing is selected = everything is selected" or "double click in polygon mode to select the object" either without a video tutorial. Same with Maya and its shortcuts for a bunch of different pie menus you have to navigate through with your mouse in order to change viewports and use basic modeling functions.
>>609453My first exp with modo, I was able to navigate and figure out what most of the tools did. I think this is mostly due to using milkshape 3d, maya, and cad ( 20 something years ago when I started messing with 3D )
I went to Blender only with experience in Hammer and SolidWorks, without knowing what a subdiv or modifier is at all, without knowing anything about tris, quads, etc. After a few tutorials, after watching mastering modelling in blender workshop, after modelling with it for a while, doing different kinds of modelling, except sculting, animation, particle systems, rigging, etc, blender now feels very fucking fast compared to most software for whatever.Blender has problems, but its not the UI, it's that it has no material/object library(only stupid shitty plugins), shitty particle system, that works half of the time and it's too modular.Tbh, I once tried 3dsmax and hated the fucking UI, I've used autocad for a long time and tried Inventor, seems autodesk just puts the same UI on every fucking software.Blender's ui is a steep climb, but it's customizable, so I don't understand what people's problem about it is? I bet they tried it for 2 hours without watching any tutorials and just gave up.
>>609461>no material/object library(only stupid shitty plugins)Apparently coming with 2.8, though perhaps not at first release.>shitty particle systemIt’s better to use a specialized system, I think. Marvelous Designer, Houdini, whatever fits.
>>609461>blender now feels very fucking fastIt's easy to be fast at doing nothing worthwile.
>>609508This. Blendlets keep bragging about how fast DonutMaker is. What they fail to understand is that making good assets take time.
>>609510And also that no matter how much time you put into Blender, you'll never be able to make anything good because Blender, as broken and unuseable as it is, even after more than 15 years in development, won't allow you to.
Blender will always catch you somewhere, somehow. Either because the booleans are buggy or because the rigging math is wrong or because the nodes system is insane or because Cycles is bad and the internal renderer hasn't evolved since '98, you name it.Blender will always catch you.
>>609510>>609515>>609516Here, I’ll give you a quick reply because today you seem really eager for attention.Is it better now?
>>609522Yes, because you're proving me that you don't have any arguments left to defend your open source donut making software.
>>609528My main toolkit is Maya/ZBrush/V-Ray, you nugget.
>>606229such a great art and cute girl. now make her suck on horse cocks.
>>609423I would use blender if it had better UI, or at least a way to completely overhaul it.The tools are good, but there's no getting used to plain shit.
>>610532What about bforartitsts? It's a fork where they reworked UI, looks much better than that cluttered mess(for me at least).
The sad reality is that all 3d UIs are shit.
>>610903True.The only difference is which one's the shitter of the lot. And I'd argue Blender and zBrush are both up there, in all honesty.
>>606781I thought it looked like Jeb Bush in that picture where he has all the states.
>>610928yep, those two are definitely the worst
>>606229This was made in Maya.Time to get a job and stop complaining about paying for software that pays for itself.
>>611227Ah, so that’s why it looks so bad.
>>611237goddamn you're desparate
>>611237The movie is 15 years old and Blender isn't even able to do that in 2018.
>>611245>b-blender is not capable of doing any of that!>"shows relevant example of some proximity">b-but the sales! look at the sales!
>>609423I like the morrowind UI though
>>606331oh, you mean hobbyists, i'm pretty sure any professional activity has them.
>>611237Most of the biggest productions are made in Maya. In the meanwhile, all you blendlets come up with is the man in the high castle and the spiderman credits.
>>609516t. tard who doesn't use blender
>>612717and don’t forget Blade Runner 2049. They can’t point to anything else, lol at blendlets.
>>612726Better be a tard who doesn't use blender than a tard who use blender.
>tfw blender came easier to me than any other 3D program>tfw in love with the modular design of blender
>>610765Never heard of it, seems kinda green but I'd like to try it sometime.
>>606390FUCK THATIf thats the only program I would be working in then that would be fine. Hot keys for Illustrator, Photoshop, PaintTool SAI, Affinity Designer, Modo, and some other ones that im currently forgetting right now.Nobody wants to make the UI more friendly to the common user. So Fuck that, I won't touch it unless I have to.
>>613145Umm... So you DON'T use hotkeys for all those programs? For me, Blender is not problematic when I already have to remember hotkeys for a dozen of programs or so. One more is irrelevant at that point.
Is there something good made in blender thats not pedo shit? I feel like this weeb pedo shit is a fair representation of blender community.
>>613233i think most of the stuff is either architecture/stylized/still life.ill provide a few example from this year and last year
>>613236this too, i think this is one of my favorite blender renders, we should have a gallery thread for inspiration
>>613237and lastly, more pedo shitthis had LoL vibe to it, i kinda like it
>>613239>PedoYou need to stop thinking about children all the time, anon. That looks like a small framed woman to me.
>>606251Exactly what I was just thinking. But I also think, that almost dark hair would add a bit of a subtle dominant vibe. She's is not (and would not be) dominant herself, but her aura would just make you totally submissive to her.Or maybe dark reddish hair? Should be just fine - and cute in a vety decent way.nuff said: wank on! :8)