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I'm looking for any tips, tricks, advice, or inspiration.
I just started CAP3220 a few weeks ago which does modeling using Blender exclusively. I've been enjoying it so far and staying ahead of the class, but I want to see what more I can do. We have a 3D printer on campus that I'd like to use as well.

What little-known tricks do you have for a Blender newbie?
Pic related, unfinished project to make cartoon(ish) characters.
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>>698966
what's wrong with the main blender thread?
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>>698983
Didn't seem like the right topic of the subject. Didn't find much advice. I looked at a few threads before posting this one.
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>>698966
>I WANT TO BE THE BEST AT BLENDER
>I dont want to research and practice tho, this shit take off time from my masturbation sessions
>cant even be half assed to finish something so op pic is literal garbage a 5 year old can come up with

I rarely say this, but kys



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