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As birthday present for my girlfriend, I made a printed bust of her DnD Tiefling.
Hi! I am trying to 3D print gta characters’ heads, specifically Steve Haines, does anyone know any way how i can get a 3D model of his head, and import it to blender? Any possible way works, Thanks!
I wanted to learn how to 3D model as a hobby, and signed up for animschool. It's great and I've got the basics down so far, but honestly the school is expensive for me not even aspiring to make a career out of this. My goal is simply to be good enough to make an art instagram and maybe do some streams on twitch but I don't care too much about getting hired at a studio. I would still be willing to pay for something like udemy courses. Animschool is like $1600+ every 12 weeks for reference, so anything cheaper than that is great. If anyone has suggestions, including YouTube or Twitch channels, please let me know! I've been learning Maya but kind of want to switch to Blender and Z-Brush.
Sorry :C everyone, you probably heard this question a hundred times. So yeah, basically i want to get into making stylised props with hand painted textures and i'm trying to decide which program would be more convenient for it.
I was going to get into substance, but lately i see 3D coat everywhere in every tutorial or demo on how to handpaint. I get that both have there pros and cons.
In terms of how acquainted i am with each program, substance would be the only one i actually did use a little. But really as i am right now, i could get into any of them all the same.
Here’s a Throwing Dart Weapon I made for a game called Dragons of the Void.
Hi all I am looking to build a pc for 3d because the laptop ive been using for the past 2 years is starting to have problems connecting with its on board gpu.Does anyone have any recommendations for a pre build companys?
Day 48 of my 180 Day Topology Journey: One tool that has helped me a lot is the APPEND FUNCTION in Blender. The append function in Blender allows you to import data from another blend-file into your current one. You can use it to reuse objects that you have created or downloaded from other sources.
To use the append function, you need to go to File > Append and navigate to the external blend-file that contains the data you want to import. Then you can select the data-block type and the specific data-blocks you want to append. The appended data will be copied into your blend-file and you can edit it as you wish.
I decided to share this little tool that has been very useful on my journey. I have gotten so much value from this platform, and I decided to give back today in this little way. Thanks, everyone ❤️
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Hi everyone, we have just released a new version of our 3D lighting software for Cinema 4D, 3ds Max, Blender, Maya and more. HDR Light Studio 8 features a game-changing new digital light type - Scrim Lights. The new light emulates real-life studio lighting set-ups, enabling 3D artists to light their 3D scenes in the same way as directing a professional photoshoot. Scrim Lights make it possible to produce delicate and stunning lighting effects that are challenging to replicate using conventional digital methods. For anyone interested in finding out more about Scrim Lights, or to try the HDR Light Studio 8 plug-in with their 3D software please see: https://www.lightmap.co.uk/blog/hdrls-8-1-release/