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/3/ im absolute shit at everything im doing and i cant draw for shit
>pic related are the crookys of a moddel him trying to make but cant cause im dog shit
wonder what the thing im doing would look like in blender cause i cant even do sculpting
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>>710787
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You need to do something very very basic at first my friend.

follow a tutorial
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>>710789
paint is too hard for my i had to do these in powerpoint
the blue color is just the default one thats why its blue
god im shit
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Fortunately, modelling can use a different set of skills from drawing, so don’t worry if your initial sketches are poor. A collection of reference photos and maybe some information about the scale of parts will be what you’ll mainly need. Start out in blender with a donut like everyone else. Get used to the interface. Start off with making simple character models then get more and more advanced. You can do it, just keep trying.
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>>710791
What are you trying to do with paint? If layers help, you may want to try GIMP or Medibang instead, both are free programs.
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>>710794
ok
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>>710787
if you can connect dots with a pencil, you can model.
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>>710790
is that a mecha dragon powered and fueled by shit?



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