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Post your anvils itt. You do have at least one, don't you, anon?
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>>663021
no because im not a brainlet
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Nope, why would I? I do have waifus, tho. But they are for my eyes only.
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>>663022
>>663025
>translation : I dont know how to use blender
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>>663027
Yes, and?
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>>663028
ahahaahahahahaahaahaahhaahaha
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>>663021
My fucking god, that looks horrible. The proportions are all fucked up, the lighting is shit, who the fuck renders from orthographic view? Even when such a basic tutorial is basically fed to you step by step, how do you even manage to fuck it up this bad?
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>>663232
>The proportions are all fucked up,
you lost me
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Something went wrong when I was trying to follow the tutorial.
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>>663269
That's a bit gay, isn't it, fellas?
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>>663269
he has a freaking wife and kid. Lay off him
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starting to look ace.
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>>663274
quite possibly the worst bump map ive ever seen
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>>663274
Keep working on it
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>>663280
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>>663280
ruh roh
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>>663029
>do you mean there are 3D programs other than Blender?
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>>663321
>Using m*ya
HAHAHAHAHAHA
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>>663330
>not using maya
LOL
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>>663330
>Using blunder

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Enjoy being the laughing stock of the 3d world.
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>>663330

Every pro uses Maya and/or Max, while you blendies spend your days shitting on good software like a bunch of retarded brainwashed cultists.
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>>663335
>>663383
>>663384
the difference between you and actual artists that use maya is that they don't need to bend a knee in order to succeed
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>>663390
What shit are you on, mate?
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>>663576
I feel the sudden urge to clean this thing
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alright
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>>663021
Instead of doing the anvil, I went rouge.. My second masterwork after the obligatory donuts which I did 20 days ago.
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Here's mine. What should I do next?
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Still grinding away on it
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>>663784
3d print it and drop it on people
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>>663784
>didn't mask the top
Why even live?
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>>663784
I believe either the displacement or texture placed (the black spots) are quite large and is easy to tell that it's fake (It's not too 3 dimensional)
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>>663021
Sorry, best i have.
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Need to improve
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Muh finished anvil. R8/H8/Appreci8
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>>663784
We can see the faces in the part of the horn that should be round. Stop being a lazy asshole and fix it. Also it looks like the top of the horn isn't flat.
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h-how's my turntable?
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>>666131
It's not a turntable if you fly the camera around in an ellipse
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>>666133
Regardless,
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>>665663
>>666131
That's a nice idea of how artists think people use anvils.
Check out real anvils. Used by real people.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKEG9YXjGgc
Notice how there are no hammer strike marks on the side of the anvil.
Actually, there are no visible hammer strike marks anywhere on even an extremely well used anvil.
Anvils are designed to resist hammer marks.

So what is all that shit? Most of it is mold imperfections from the initial casting. A lot of it is removed corrosion and rust from being forgotten outdoors for decades.

On the "trunk" of the anvil, you can see gouge marks from when the anvil was lifted with chains and rope.
On the work surfaces of the anvil--basically the entire top plate, horn/shoulder and square table, you can see completely smooth sections. Those are your hammer marks--specifically, hammer against metal over anvil.
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>>666199
>what are the deep gouges on the work surfaces
when you hammer sharpish square stock to form a longer and thinner blade, the blade imprints into the anvil as it gets thinner and thinner.
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>>663576
What the fuck caused those slashes on the side? Don't just add random detail because you want to add something to fill the space, think about whether it makes sense in the real world. In fact, almost every thin slash/cut you have makes no sense, considering you don't hit an anvil with that sharp edged tools or the blade of the thing you're working on facing the anvil.



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