rouncer at September 20th, 2011 12:56 — #1
totally out of my imagination
if this impresses you remember im an email away, and work lightning quick.
rouncer at September 24th, 2011 11:01 — #2
hey thanks man, everyone needs encouragement.
reedbeta at September 24th, 2011 12:03 — #3
rouncer, I'm afraid you got complimented by a spammer.
tyree at September 24th, 2011 12:04 — #4
rouncer you should try sculptris. you could concept anything you want, with it. sculptris makes it so easy, really no one needs skill just time. thats not a comment on your skill level. thats the reality of the program
rouncer at September 25th, 2011 06:19 — #5
Art skill is just as respectable as programming skill... I couldnt say which is harder, but its close.
I realize if your quite an intelligent person, sculptris can work nearly first time, but its only cause your good, I respect that.
Speed of production is just as important as quality, what if you have 20 pages of a comic to finish? You better get on with it as quick as you can.
tyree at September 25th, 2011 21:56 — #6
you dont even need intelligence with sculptris. it really does, so much of the work for you. that all you have to do is spend time on it. and you will get something that looks good.
I let a women over 50, that has never drawn at all. and can only partially use her right hand. use sculptris, she had no problems at all making whatever. she said I cant even draw and Im doing this its so easy.
I told her you still cant draw, its the software. essentially doing the work for you. she said yeah, that makes sense. but she enjoyed using it as everyone does
rouncer at September 26th, 2011 05:36 — #7
I spose, the program I know thats so easy to use is 3d coat, you just plug shapes together to make buildings and things, thats really easy too... but I imagine youd still be paying someone to do it.
rouncer at September 26th, 2011 16:55 — #8
reedbeta at September 26th, 2011 17:49 — #9
Haha, that's a funny-looking guy! Kind of he's wearing a cap on his head and another one on his chin
rouncer at September 26th, 2011 18:43 — #10
hehe reed, hes actually a turd that came to life. hehe
now... for my next masterpiece!
thenut at September 26th, 2011 18:55 — #11
I thought it was a caricature of a crescent moon. Looks neat though.
tyree, I tried Sculptris for the heck of it and while it's a fun tool, it's not my cup of tea. I gave up plato a long time ago Now I just trace stuff in Blender. That is true idiot proof
rouncer at September 26th, 2011 19:03 — #12
Yeh nut, you are right, its the crescent moon. I shouldnt joke about so fiendishly.
rouncer at September 26th, 2011 19:54 — #13
rouncer at September 30th, 2011 21:45 — #14
really cool one.
tyree at October 1st, 2011 01:43 — #15
the two that say monsters are real and my next masterpiece are alright
rouncer at October 1st, 2011 01:44 — #16
thankyou tyree... what about the last one, I think that ones the best IMO. Its now my new avatar.
tyree at October 1st, 2011 18:26 — #17
the top part and forehead mess it up. it looks more like a joke than a face. note in the other two they are clearly faces. look at the shape of them. with that last one its not really a face
rouncer at October 1st, 2011 22:32 — #18
Ah, I see, you have a taste for correct anatomy, but it was all intentional I assure you, its supposed to be a demon, not a human being.
rouncer at October 2nd, 2011 10:57 — #19
is this to tyree's liking... is it a face, from my imagination?
tyree at October 2nd, 2011 16:15 — #20
Im not too big on anatomy but everyone makes monsters or demons. in these cases it doesnt matter how bad it is. when the point is to make it ugly. there really are no guidelines for that.
just make whatever but whatever doesnt pass for something based on being human. its always going to have to fall in that human range of believable. the two I spoke on where demon like but still passable as human. with the other one the head shape is just too messed up.
the last one is a typical girl of course that one is good
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