Okay, so the next part of the course is creating some low poly animals. I made these two dogs using two different methods. The square-er looking one was modeled using blocks and shapes and transforming them. The less square looking one was made with the sculpting tool, cutting or adding to the base shape.
The instructor’s dogs came out much better looking, to be sure! I also branched out a bit and did a different dog than the pattern he used in the course, because I wanted to try something else. Overall, I like the squarer looking one, kind of has a “cute” look to it and it reminds me of several cartoon dogs. The sculpted one, however, leaves a lot to be desired.
Just so you know, I don’t think it’s the instructors fault my sculpted dog came out looking funny, I think you can just tell that he has a lot more finesse and experience with sculpting. It is definitely an art form that requires practice. Lots and lots more practice….
Linux – keep it simple.