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Hey /3/,
Decided to give 3D modeling a try today and made this simple house, I was looking for any feedback on it, the ground and posts in the back were made separately with sprytile
[spoiler]Exporting it was the biggest headache[/spoiler]
For some reason 4chan seems to think this post is spam so u'm adding the link in the first post.
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Here it is
https://sketchfab.com/models/805b4448d3944df28d278309c1e1cf01
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>>630298
Welcome to /3/, use the WIP thread for feedback and posting work.
Easily identified by the OP image which is always the same or an edit. (Pic related)
>>629312
If you have any questions, ask in the questions thread instead of making a new one.
>>626444
Remember to lurk moar and avoid any software battles.
Now, as for the model, I don't really know what you're looking for with such a simple model. It's not bad if this is your first attempt at modeling, but there isn't too much that can be said about it.
Try to move to some more complex objects and keep challenging yourself to do more and more.
Be sure to grab a cgpeers account on the 1st (reg is open on the 1st and 15th of every month) and torrent whatever you need.
Be sure to read the sticky as well, as the info in it still holds true.




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