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What are the most important/influential tutorials you've watched or read?
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I don't think such a thing exists. I'm trying to remember of something that stood out, but I can't. What took me to the next step every time was not any tutorial, but just my sudden change of view about how to do something, like a literal "click" after which I immediately got a lot better at whatever I was doing. Sometimes I expect some course to provide me with some amazing new knowledge about things like color or composition, but I'm always a bit dissappointed in the end. It's always about small steps forward and when I look back I see how much I've learned. But as I said, I don't think I've ever stumbled upon a tutorial that really influenced me to the point that I must recommend it to everyone.
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>>608057
>trying to remember of something
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Tutorials with cute girls narrating always stick in my mind as it's easy to recall their voice and for some reason it's more soothing. Maybe I'm just gay like that...
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>>608059
Now that you mention it, I’m following a tutorial on Marvelous Designer fundamentals, available on Pluralsight, and the author’s voice is so sweet it warms my heart.
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>>608059
Kek I only watch tutorials by dudes for some reason
The voice of a girl narrating is off putting somehow
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>>608095
I realise it's because I watch all of them at 2x speed and grill voices get too shrill
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>>608058
>trying to remember something
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>>608054

Don't know if it's the *most* important single thing I've done, but for new Zbrush users I highly, highly recommend the 'Intro to...' course currently on Gnomon for Zbrush 4R8.

She totally demystifies a lot of stuff that every other Zbrush course I've seen just manages to make even more confusing.

Yeah - Zbrush noobs should 100% use that course as a starting point. Here's the intro vid:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mz6T418EEeU
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>>608096
It makes me contemplate if I like 3D when watching tutorials is unbearably boring.......
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>>608100
>she
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>>608103

Muslim detected.
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>>608131
Who is gonna tell this guy...




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