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A copy of Blender please
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don't make us blendlets look worse again
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>>657413

I wouldn't take a copy of blender even if I got paid for it.
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>>657517
That's the only way you'd get paid.
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>>657413
everything about that scene and model is off
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>>657857
>scene

what scene? it's an empty backdrop lmao
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>>657867
If it's lit, it's a scene.
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>>657876
If it weren't lit, you couldn't see shit. Corollary: every render where you see something is a scene.
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>>657884
Yep, that's the gist of it.
That being said, call it what you want it makes no difference. This is an odd looking render.
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>>657413
muscles dont dig that deep when relaxes
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>>657892
>doesn't know about flexing at rest
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>>657884
>every render where you see something is a scene.
Yes shitbrain, that's exactly the case. That the scene is lacking basic elements doesn't make it not a scene, it makes it an incomplete scene
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i see nothing wrong with OP's render. Anatomically correct fit male, only his eyes and eyebrows feel a bit weird but he could be caucasian. When saying something is wrong, rather than taking a shit, specify what exactly tickles your butthole next time
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>>657938
The head, the shading/texture, the fingers and the lack of bulge for starters. I can live with the over defined muscles.
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Nice head-to-body ratio you got there, pal.



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