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Why do I suck so bad at this? Should I just kill myself?
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No one, NO ONE, can be good using Blender on a Windows XP machine with a puny display size.
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>>622400
Watch some beginner tutorials, afterward do what they did while jumping to points you need in the video
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yes, meet the 4d god for the greater good.
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>>622400
yes
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>>622400

And I thought my monitor was small.
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a 800x600 desktop, XP and an old pc is enough to have fun with low poly modeling. remember doing this in lunch breaks years ago.
blender is especially great for this because compared to other programs it still runs well on old machines and since you can do most with keystrokes you don't have a lot of the GUI in the way (and for the shit you need you can scale it really tiny in the DPI settings).
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You need to make donuts. Lots of donuts
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>>622585
who are you quoting
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we all suck at the start, you just have to go for it over and over, I gave up multiple times before really getting into it
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>>622400
It takes a lot of time to become good at it




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