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retards don't discuss anything, they just fling shit at each other and procrastinate
welcome to /3/
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>>685211
>small minds discuss software
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkjpDz3b6Ak
uhhhhh....anon?
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>>685211
What the fuck was the point of this?
>Small minds make threads like these to post irrelevant statements
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>>685247
It's blendlets, what else do you expect.
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>>685211
good luck doing all that art without softwares
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>>685214
fpbp
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>>685215
Pandering to small minds on Youtube. Gotta play those algorithms anon.
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>>685299
>gaming the algorithm
>only 8000 views
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>>685300
> 75k subscribers
> Not playing the algorithm
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>>685305
75k is not bad
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>>685214
kek
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>>685211
Why even use this board? The Polycount forums are much better
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>>687142

How so.
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>workflow
The most infuriating word ever
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>>687289
Why? Because you lack a good one?
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>>687293

>t. average mind
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>>685211
my idea is to alter the workflow with new software
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>>687289
Even worse than
>pipeline
?
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>>687296
A great average mindlet
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>>687302
>industry standard
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>>685211
Those Indigo computers looked really neat
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>>688107
They really do
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>>688107

Ya pity the case was so non standard. Wouldn't mind putting a new system in one.
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>>688973
>he's afraid of using a dremel and some hotglue
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>>689284
They're too noisy and dangerous.
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>>685211
The unproductive and useless troll on forums.
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>>690514
>posts lgbtqp pride rainbow rune
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>>690516
Forgot? The rainbow flag was reconquered and returned to its rightful owners.
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>>690545
What are you talking about?
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>>690619
There is a movement to take back the rainbow flag as a symbol of Christianity. Originally, the rainbow is a symbol planted as a reminder of the alliance between the divine and mortal realm...if you want to believe in such things.
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>>685211
small minds create lots of baseless, useless abstractions like you just did
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>>690656
He's a big guy, if anyone was wondering. Not OP, but pic related.
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>>690649
Ah, I see. At first I thought it had to do with Norse mythology, considering the image. But I didn't know it's also claimed by Abrahamic religions. Apparently, there's plenty of "original" symbolism regarding the rainbow: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbows_in_mythology
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>>690662
indeed he is
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>>690775
Here, have some swords I made in an hour. Only 1k polies for both.
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>>685250
This. Insufferability is a symptom of using shit software. I pity the blendlet.
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>having the urge to discuss software THIS BADLY
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>>685211
heres a high iq idea
i cant wait for the AI takeover so people with actual talent (me) can get paid crazy amounts to sculpt and paint high detail original models that can then be pumped through the retopo and texture program and for a giant leap in tech that will suddenly make any kind of optimization requirements null because every person has the power of 10,000 supercomputers at their fingertips thanks to atomic particles that transfer information at the speed of light removing all limitations of model requirements

also for a game programming AI that i can talk to and explain what i want in my game and for it to just do it without me having to try to explain to som sweaty pajeet that his code is wrong for the 100329911th time
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>>692271
>actual talent (me) can get paid crazy amounts to sculpt and paint high detail original models

Talent is just the combination of heuristics and the execution of those in a manner that we would call a workflow and such a thing can be naturally deduced by an AI. I'm sorry.

The only thing that we can do as artists is to do things counterintuitive and counterdeducive to the tools provided. Do retard moves. I appreciate your confidence and heart, but there's no escape at this point it seems as you and I use the same tools, while drastically different, still all the same. Every move we make in the program is cached by them. What's to say that there's no telemetry going on for these things? How do we not know they're not being fed into a system trailing and training such paths and progress to simply subsume us.
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>>692271
>t. schizoid "artist" who can't even do real work
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>>692274
Fuck you and argue his point in good faith you hyper-mongoloid. Why do they have wifi in the grouphome?
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>>692275
you alright there buddy? remember to take your antipsychotics
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>>692277
You didn't deserve those dubs.
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thread is getting more relevant by the day
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>>693370
Shut the fuck up, Blendlet.
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>>692278
the fuck is wrong with that cat
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>>694544
soul crushing sadness
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While we're at it, what's a good workflow?
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>>694977
just stay away from blender and you're good
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>>694977
and fuck this big fag because Blender is fine if you're trying to just model. Use UE4 if you're too poor for a renderer worth a shit + Substance Painter, if you're not going to use iray in it.
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>>694977
Just use programs you're comfortable with
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>>697260
it's literally just this
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do you guys have a unified camera control accross all your software or do you more or less use the default camera controls?

Switching in between blender/maya, marmo, zbrush and mari is giving my muscle memory a hard time.
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>>698655
I pretty much change everything to Maya controls wherever I can. Did that for Blender as well. I find it much easier on fingers to use a left click + alt to rotate around instead of constantly having to press a mouse wheel (which is kinda hard on my current mouse).
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Great minds have no interest in the opinions of the goyim.
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>>690776
I see what you're doing there anon
https://youtu.be/ezOPt7ARM1o
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>>694977
Paying others to do the chores
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>>685211
That is why emacs people often come over at a cult. Emacs is a software, but is also certain way of doing things (plain text everywhere etc.) and over all, it is an idea (namely that of writing code in an environment that can be changed by the user at runtime - freedom).
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>>702312
it's also breddy gud
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bump
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So, what makes a good workflow?
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>>705918
Efficiency, stability and high quality results.
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>>685211
Ok, so name one idea. Can you see any from on top of that horse?
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>>705918
Mine.
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>>690514
I think I made this edit
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>>708356
>I think
You can't really remember?
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>always looking for good workflow break downs
>see this threads
>it's full of shitposters
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>>708627
>he expected good workflows



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