It is the perception, awareness, thought, intention and law that are compared to the sword, not the sword itself. It's a good move for a good kung fu man to beckon with the branches of a tree. Whether the sword itself is good or not is a matter for the sword maker. It's the same with creativity, using the drawing tool as a drawing tool. It's your imagination, your creativity, your ability to stand out that will get you noticed. Don't get tied up in non-free software tools is the bare minimum of awareness. Even drawing ability and kung fu are controlled by software tools, what can be powerful, the master does not have to fight, all know it well enough. Be careful, some kung fu is learned wrong as soon as you start learning it. The chivalrous man did not become a master blacksmith who became a tool in the "ironwork".
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.
PS.Of course, anyone can choose not to watch it ~(😊
●A+A Space is Taiwan's local open source software community dedicated to the educational promotion of open source free software. We meet weekly to discuss various application needs projects that can extend open source software to various industries.