I'm self-studying and learning about 3d modeling softwares.
I'm here posting some of my partly pre-made digital models and a newer model instructable. My goal is to make some interesting figures and toys (mainly clay-like digital sculptures) with the 3d printing.
Unfortunately I was only able to post these guys that I've pre-made, which couldn't be recorded really from step 1, because I've made them earlier during the studying period of the software I'm using in the videos (Zbrush). And I have heard about this contest a couple days ago, so I was only able to record the improving process of them, which can be found here.
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It is always important to work with a clean base mesh on digital models,
in above there is how i prepare the base mesh to work with the car in the following video.
I was lucky enough to be aware of this contest while I was working on this car and I have started to record the work. And same goes for this sculpture;
There are some turntable animations of other models I've been previously working on on the next step.
Participated in the