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How was the experience?
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>>750746

Only made movie type maquettes, clay on steelwire armature and nothing on the scale you have there.

Was more difficult than I had imagined, I learned to sculpt on the PC and always assumed sculpting in real world materials would be a lot easier than it is.

Having to deal with gravity, mallability of your clay and the structural integrity of the thing you're making
means it's actually more difficult to arrive at the same results in traditional media.

You can move around your subject more fluidly and intuitively and feeling the shape of the surface means some edits are a lot easier to make.
The detail work possible in real clay is a lot more exact but you become limited by scale here, where as on the computer you can make yourself as big or small as you need to be.
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>>750746
I've made miniatures (28-45mm) both via 3D printing, and through polymer clay/epoxy putty sculpting.

Some things are a lot harder, some things are lot easier.

You have to deal gravity and the weight of parts of the model, you have to deal with the physical properties of the material, you have to deal with heat and drying times. As >>750749 says:

>The detail work possible in real clay is a lot more exact but you become limited by scale here, where as on the computer you can make yourself as big or small as you need to be.

Working at the scale I work at, detail and precision are a lot harder in clay than they are in 3D.

Also, there's no mirror tool.
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>>750746
Coming from a model building background that's no big deal for me.
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I strongly feel like sculpting is right for me while I instantly get frustrated to literally NO END when picking up a pen and some paper. It's really strange.
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I've done foam armor, which is like reverse UV unwrapping + texture painting. I never imagined working with brushes would be this hard for precise details.
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>>750883
smug
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>>750883
rapey
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>>750883
Is this peak furry coomer art?
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>>750934
Its furry shit.
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sculpted in RL before digitally
They're very different to me.
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I think digital sculpting might be the only analogue vs digital comparison where digital just wins in basically every way.

Outside of not having a physical object at the end of it digital is faster, produces more detail, potentially is more intuitive and has tools that are just not available to real sculpting.

You can't apply real skin texture to a real sculpt with a brush for example.
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>>750987
And there is no undo
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How about irl animation?
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>>751008
>polishing off David's dick
>accidentally polish too much
>circumcised
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>>750746
Imagine this being one of the few remnants of our era's art in 500 years.
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>>751054
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>>751054
Would be a not so bad outcome considering what else is out there
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>>751049
MANY SUCH CASES
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>>751058
god I wish that snout and neck went deep up my p*ssy
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>>751054
Knowing the materials modern sculptors and model makers use(I'm the later) it won't last 500 years, not even a hundred.
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>>750987
>this is what wannabe "artists" actually believe
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>>751071
if digital is easier for wannabes then it proves my point
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>>751074
Oh fuck off you no-talent POS
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>>751045
>PARTY ~s o f t~
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>>750746
Yes. Digital sculpting is very similiar to wax sculpting, so it felt very familiar to me from the very beginning.
With wax sculpting you have a very similiar workflow, you build up a raw shape and then subtract and add details and subtract again and smooth, etc.
I assume it's the closest technique to digital sculpting.
t. goldsmith
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>>751222
cool
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>>750746
>the little crease under the buttcheek
I hope to reach this level of horn someday
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>>750751
>Also, there's no mirror tool
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the sculptor even used his own hair on this one.
absolute madman.
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>>752154
That's a lot of pubes.
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>>750746
>>752154
Imagine wasting your god-given talent on this furfaggotry
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>>752159
Pfft! if there is a all-knowing god furries was part of his plan - Check mate religonfags.
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>>752159
You get far more money and rep doing furshit than doing fleshshit.
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>>752172
>he believes his own wretched lies
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>>752159
God told Scott Cawthon in a dream to keep making more furry robot waifus for more furbux.

So if god directs a man to sculpt some shapely Sergals, who are you to judge?
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>>751054
been reading an article about digital archaeology and came to a conclusion that assuming we don't wipe ourselves like a bunch of retarded monkeys our era will most probably be called "lost age"
larger and larger chunks of art we produce now are digital
digital entropy ticks much faster: formats are made obsolete, storage devices degrade, bits are lost by a fluke from the edge of universe... mundane items aren't helping either, hell I've seen claims new houses would last only for 15 years before falling into disrepair and leave only ruin after 50 years...
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>>752207
Maybe in that there's a lot of dumb and bad art that will get culled by virtue of the digital medium.
But the same is true for all the dumb and bad art throughout history that got culled by being burned, smashed, left to rot, etc etc.
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>>752198
Not a degenerate faggot, that's for sure.
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>>752198
>god directs a man to sculpt some shapely Sergals.

Are you saying god is a degenerate faggot? Isn't that like blasphemy? Surly if you are a christfag you must think furries to be the work of the devil making a mockery of man.
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>>752267
You are trying to judge God on your personal human values and terms.
God is beyond such, beyond human mind to comprehend.
There's a reason It's "you must do as God says" and not the other way around. If God's plan is wanting more fnaf and furries then you must provide them.
God works in mysterious ways.
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>>752159
no-talent's mad as hell

if you had talent you'd understand.
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>>752293
>God's plan is wanting more fnaf and furries.
>God works in mysterious ways.

So you say the god you believe in is a degenerate faggot, and it's a big mystery?
Damn that is pretty heavy stuff anon, I'd be pretty distressed if I thought the universe was being ran by a furfag.
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>>752297
>So you say the god you believe in is a degenerate faggot, and it's a big mystery?

No he is not saying God is a furfag, he says God created Jesus and Jesus died so that you might live to be a furfag
and if you fag in your fur you gotta believe in Jesus the Christ or you will go to hell when you die and live with the other furfags forever.

"So what, if I am a furfag what does it matter to me if hell is full of fur?" you don't get it you will burn like gasolin soaked monk FOREVER
when you're covered in fur you take +damage from fire, everybody knows that. Even adult people with 200+ IQ believe this to be correct.

Are you that smart? IF not do you really wanna gamble like Pascal? Do you not fear fire? Fire is the hottest thing of all the four elements that make up physiological reality.
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>>752159
imagine being so jealous yet having so much free time to post about it instead of learning a valuable craft so you can be the one making degenerate art for $$$
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>>752154
I really like the work on the expression
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>>752528
Imagine the detail in his butthole.
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"Art is the closest a man can get to the divine"
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>>752599
>males have hands, females have paws
OMG this is fucking S E X I S T, like, only males are able to use tools and have jobs, where females are reduced to a breeding instrument!!1 How is this cryptosexist propaganda allowed in public???
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>>752599
His parents must be so proud.
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>>752599
mfw
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>>752605
jej bro best post on this board in a long time
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>>750746
Sauce?
I already used image search and it didn't bring up anything
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>>752642
Have you tried looking at filenames?
inb4
>I'm a smartphone user and can't see them
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LOL
This was a crypto-furry thread all along https://www.furaffinity.net/gallery/horimont/
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>>752645
>>752642
wow he learned to read filenames
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>>750746
>tfw you are a capable sculptor, but only find motivation to do furry shit
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>>752652
>furry shit
You mean gesso shit
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>>752652
I would fuck his sculptures and I'm not even a furry
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>>752707
>I would fuck his sculptures
you're a furry now.
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>>750746
Wasted talent
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>>752767
It would be waste not to.
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He really likes Mewtwo huh
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>>752767
How?

It's in art galleries and in public locations. It doesn't get much better than that for a physical sculptor
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>>752830
Shows what a sad state the world is in.
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>>752297
>So you say the god you believe in is a degenerate faggot
uhh yeah thats obvious retard. the dude kills like 40 million africans a day he doesnt give a shit
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Stay safe.
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his creations look kinda creepy but also sorta cute for some reason
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>>754457
>for some reason
Maybe the reason is that you have the furry. I would advise seeing a doctor.
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>>754462
did that, he finds it also cute
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>>752267
I have proof that he is. Google "god of manga" and see one name that comes out.
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>>754457
the unavoidable introspection that happens when you see his work is how you know it's really art.
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>>754496
Dude, it's just a furry fantasy. Tone it down.
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>>752599
>>752605
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>>752599
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Nothing is this thread is art.
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Everything in this thread is art.
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>>752327
>valuable craft
Kek
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>Enter sculpting thread
>Full of Mewtwo porn
WTF is going on in here?
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>>754494
thumbnail looks like a dude's head without forehead emerging from the ground with some sort of teacup handle on the side of his half head



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