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What are some actual artists/people who do interesting stuff with sculpting software? I'm just looking for inspiration and the stuff that's on artstation is all a little too samey for that.
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This guy is on artstation, but his work is pretty unique.
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Blobby and hard to read.
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Why restrict yourself to cgi and not look at real life plastics?
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I mean, I like looking at real sculptures, the thing is the way current software works imposes some restrictions on its users and I'd like to see how other people work within those boundaries.
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good thread
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i'll go with a bit of a stretch. The leather book cover sculpting/embossing game seems like a fun niche.
I imagine some great pieces could me made with intricate 3d printed shapes.



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