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The Art & Animation Journey of LEGACY - [[NSFW]- GIF Heavy!]

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  • LegacyGameLegacyGame Registered User regular
    edited March 18
    Expect some 3D sculpting soon™

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  • LegacyGameLegacyGame Registered User regular
    some practice in zbrush before diving into the environment stuff

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  • IrukaIruka Registered User, Moderator mod
    That's quite a long neck!

    I wish I was as proficient in 2d and 3d as you are, its impressive to have a skillset in both.

  • LegacyGameLegacyGame Registered User regular
    Iruka wrote: »
    That's quite a long neck!

    I wish I was as proficient in 2d and 3d as you are, its impressive to have a skillset in both.

    They're just another tool, albeit some are not user friendly but if you're into it traditionally you can do it digitally

  • IrukaIruka Registered User, Moderator mod
    Do you sculpt traditionally? Or do you just think 2d skills transfer?

    The software on the 3d side is a damn nightmare, but I'm slowly getting used to blender. I've personally not done much sculpting traditionally, and when I do it also turns out a bit wonky, so maybe I'm just not a structurally sound artist.

  • LegacyGameLegacyGame Registered User regular
    Iruka wrote: »
    Do you sculpt traditionally? Or do you just think 2d skills transfer?

    The software on the 3d side is a damn nightmare, but I'm slowly getting used to blender. I've personally not done much sculpting traditionally, and when I do it also turns out a bit wonky, so maybe I'm just not a structurally sound artist.

    I've never done proper traditional sculpting although I've definitely busted out some sculpts during math class with blue tack and melted erasers, they were about the size of my thumb. You'll go less crazy learning programs when you know you can do the thing in other mediums, when I was learning 3D animation, I was still shit at animation anyway but that causes a dual problem when you don't know if it's the program or your ability as an artist causing problems.

    All skills in anything, not just art, will transfer in a positive way somehow, they'll give you perspective on your workflow in ways you weren't aware of. I didn't learn stringent time management till I became a cleaner, and then I learned to make decisions/plans based on expected returns after gambling for a while and figuring out progressive strategies take too long to execute.

    3D helped me think more logically approaching problems, 2D helped me think more creatively, they're each good on their own but together it's a whole new world!

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    Iruka
  • LegacyGameLegacyGame Registered User regular
    long necks in fashion, legacy elves are here to stay

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  • LegacyGameLegacyGame Registered User regular
    got started on the important stuff

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  • LegacyGameLegacyGame Registered User regular
    Low polys in the engine renderer

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  • IrukaIruka Registered User, Moderator mod
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