Its up to you what you create, don't waste your time meme software
>>614636It's blatantly obvious that the hurpadurp face on the left could only have been made by a blendlet virgin, while the chiseled chad on the right was sculpted by a ZBrush wizard.
>>614636Left:>clearly shows artist's personal style>not looking the same as everyone else, stands out from the crowd, just like Blender>has a lot of haters, but that just shows people care about it; everyone relevant will have hatersMeanwhile, right:>unoriginal, extremely generic looking>just one random bust in the sea of other equally mediocre looking busts>plays it safe, afraid to be judged so doesn't put any personality in it, just like Zbrush users, a.k.a. industryfags
how about (You) actually create something other than meme threads?
Left has more life in it, artistik freedomReight has more death in it, nazi art
>>614681how about you get a new image ?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?
>>614727Fucking degenerate, neck yourself
>>614731no you.In all seriousness, it really does depend on the software, I've seen shit made on zBrush just as much as I've seen good shit made on it. And while Blender's sculpting tools are shit in comparison, it's not hard to get a decent result from it either. Maybe not as good as zBrush, but still, it all depends on the user. If you're shit, your art's shit. Which is why I don't post my crap.
>>614636those are both clay sculpts and not digital https://twitter.com/brfootball/status/979296805069484032?s=21
>>614742Is being autistic hard for you?
>>614728Why bother getting a new image if the shit you reply to is always the same?
blender is finehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLb_CCoWn5oa poor artist blames his tools
>>614636One on the right looks like he's doing that "Smile on the outside, pray for the sweet release of death on the inside" thing. It is a look I see every time I look in the mirror.
>>614812>a poor artistevery donut maker
While I like Blender it's sculpting is admittedly weak. I think it has something to do with their poorly optimized viewport which relies on opengl 1.4 so they never were able to make any real improvements. With Opengl 3.3 implementation I hope they eventually work on sculpting in 2.8+ releases.
>>614636shaders are better in blender.
>>614636right: a e s t h e t i cleft: a s s t a s t i c
>>614638They were made by the same sculptor, Emanuel Jorge da Silva Santos.
>>614824Actually they both look like they do it. The one on the right is still holding his shit together though and the one on the left is just about to completely meltdown.
The more I look at the left the more I like it. The natural lack of symmetry, the happiness in the smile. I kinda like it better. If they could combine the two I think it would be perfect. Mouth closed plus realistic non symmetry would be nice. It would be like if blender users and zbrush users got along and worked together.
>>614636Left looks twisted and mad, like degenerate art. Right looks like something the national socialists would come up with. Determined, controlled, symmetrical AKA aesthetically pleasing.
>>614636both are the same person CR7 i think maybe left was using young ronaldo's derp smile
>>614636show me the character sculpted in blender, I mean full character with detailed clothes, and assets, etc.. I know that blender can do 80 000 polys etc, but when I sculpt characters they are 30-40 mil, and I work pretty efficiently. and in a stylised way. not that eager for accurate skin phores etc..
You're all dumb.http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/cristiano-ronaldo-bust
>>615040Ironically symmetry is exactly what makes the statue in your pic so screepy and unpleasant to look at
>>615519Maybe because you are a degenerate?!
>>614636It's always a pet peeve of mine when people misuse the word meme because they don't understand what it means, yet ironically the misuse of the word meme is itself actually a meme.
>>614650>it's not bad it's my style!
>>615572I’m with you. I think it's a lost cause by now. Today, “meme” means something of its own. The plebs have turned a term of art into a mark of degenerate mass culture.
>>614650But they're by the same artist, and the one on the right is his actual style...
>>615598they are both his style , one i just him sucking less
>>615656He didn't suck, the foundry screwed up when they did the actual casting.
>>614892And both are shit.
>>614742What a great mockumetary. Everyone on this board should watch this.
>>614636>>614742loldidnt know there was a story behind the imagealso to be fair, what the fuck did they expect hiring an airport luggage buy to make a sculpture, ofc it will be amateur levelthe right one is from someone with experience
Glad that's out of the way.
>>615691I looked into it and apparently the artist asked the foundry to make last minute alterations at ronaldo's request which is ridiculous and unprofessional from all sides
>>614636I'm a blender user and Zbrush is much better at sculpting. I only sculpt in blender for light hard surface stuff, but I use Zbrush for everything organic. Any blendlet who says blender is better than Zbrush at sculpting is deluded as fuck.
>>614650The fact that the bust on the right is so generic and boring just makes the sculptors lack of experience more obvious
>>614636The ability to create something lies in the skills of the artist, not the software. A good creator can make anything with any software
>>614650Could you please explain how the left one has style and the right one doesn't? (srs)
>>617326It's a satire.
>>617336Ive heard it said unironically in other places hence curious
Why do people care so much about realistic sculpting there instead of low-poly modelling?
>>617626Because sculpting gives us more freedom. What do you mean by low poly modeling? Do you mean box modeling, or low poly "art" aka the shitty artist's excuse?
id like to see one blenderfag and one zbrushfag try their best at a bust of ronaldo.
>>617723The blenderfag wouldn't be able to reach the level of detail of the zbrushfag because blender has terrible performance for anything that goes over 1 million polygons.
Implying either of these sculpts are good.
>>618124The right one is
>>614650Brilliant, almost artistic response. Perfection is not art. Imperfection is art. Therefore Blender is art
>>614728>>614681I like you
>>614650>industryfagsOh, you mean people with a job. And money.
>>614636If you really want to show the differences between the two programs, you should have the same artist attempt to sculpt the same model in each program to illustrate the fundamental differences.
>>619219Furthermore, artists should create. Saying that they shouldn't create things or build their skills, to instead hold out for more expensive 3D software and not make anything, is foolish.
>>617273That neck looks like Haikyuu.
I live in the shithole where left resides and so does the basedboy who made it and let me tell you. it's a fucking shame. you get recognised here by how many rich people dicks you suck, not by your workAlso there are literally no jobs in the 3D area, no one knows how to work a fucking computer so hope you're ready to flash your honkers to white old tourists serving tables fuck this countryside banana island shithole.
>>619302So, where are you from?
>>619306same place as ronaldo. same place as the airport with the ronaldo name and the place with the ronaldo statue.
>>619559>>614650To expand on my sneaky plotting picasso man, it's a really bad idea to value novelty over quality. Quality has unending depth, where novelty is quick to fade and be expended. Like a drug that needs a higher dosage each time, you're eventually going to be sucking massive dick to squeeze out more. The road of novelty leads to neither quality nor novelty.
>>619559Nice.>>614636Also I'm just getting into Blender, it is an excellent tool and I am creating brilliant Bomber Man model, OP.
>>619302>>619316>tropical>part of the EU>choose bothLucky anon.