Using Metaball to sculpt is perfect for 3D beginners with a little art background, no need to use too complicated points, lines or surfaces, and no need to use a lot of editing tools, just use Metaball to combine, move, zoom in and out to put together the basic prototype. This method is especially suitable for 3D printing that doesn't emphasize on the number of substrates, so here is a reference.
I would recommend watching the shortened film first before deciding whether or not you want to see a film of the 1:1 production process.
3D modeling is the foundation of 3D, before making 3D models "good", there are traditional art fundamentals to learn, after that there are various levels of application to learn, there will be more knowledge to study in the future.
I am not a teacher, but I know there is no end to learning, and so I know the joys and pains of learning. This is a 1:1 speed sculpture test, and I don't believe anyone can watch the film of the sculpting process, but what I do know is that patience is a learned skill, a learned skill that can be learned with precision. --So, I decided to post a video of the 3D sculpting process to torture everyone, to get back at those who think the video is too short and won't pay to learn.
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