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Want to design a castle using blender, pretty fresh to the program, but not complete noob.
Share some tips and tricks please, first hand experience and so forth?
Pic very unrelated, except for castle part.
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It's always guys like you who get hold of blender and want to do something big but end up getting stuck or looking like shit. Exact same thing happened to my friend who learned blender in two days and wanted to make a car then gave up.
If you really want a castle, go for low poly and watch some modeling tutorials.
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you see this is good advice.
Low poly is not bad for practise.
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i don't know what to tell you (working in blender for 5 years already).

you just have to get a grip with the camera and modeling tools, don't just hack it.
if you learn all the modeling functions, then a castle should be easy (including textures)




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