Anyone have any input about software for 3D printing? I kinda know Maya, so similar ui or importing Maya files would be cool (not mandatory). I have a gazillion other programs I want to learn my way around while I'm on break, so hopefully not one that would take forever to learn. I'll start simple, but I'd like designs to have some decent detail eventually. Probably not CAD - I doubt I'll ever need something so precise and complex. Any recs?
Does someone have a tip on how to be able to draw digital just as good as traditional?
I may have mentioned it before, but somehow I struggle a lot when trying to draw something digital. I've got and iPad, so it's not the "where-to-look" difference exactly. The strokes just don't translate the same, even though the pen is pretty much similar.
Is it just patience? Keep on trying? Are there exercises to get used to the slight difference?
I haven't posted here in a while, but I've got a drawing project in mind that keeps me motivated during work and when doing these practice sketches.
It's marisha ray from critical role and.., not to boast, but I think I improved from the very first sketch at the top to the portrait sketches at the bottom. I won't be posting these practice sketches anywhere else for now.
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I mean, I probably know my problem.
For some reason when creating digital, I always have the "This has to go faster than that" thought in the back of my head. While traditionally... it just flows on its own and I take the time I need for it.
If someone reads this, is this just me or do you have that being-rushed-feeling with digital as well?
These past few days (or weeks) I always tried to draw on the ipad - it is convinient, I have every colour available, and no paper to throw away if it doesn't turn out the way I wanted.
But for some reason, whenever I draw digitally, it never looks the way I want it - which makes me frustrated after a short while.
Today I picked up a pencil and sketched a portrait on a scrap of paper - why is it so much easier to sketch with on a piece of paper...?
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