how many hours a day do you spend working on 3d stuff?
Around 7 hours op.
>>903142>>903132Chuds don't spend more than 30 minutes per day. And even if that was true, half the 80% of the time would be spent on fapping and argueing on 4chan
>>903143i dont fap. YOU post reddit memes.
>>903144Cope, chudlet. All you do is post half assed, unfinished WIPs of your million porn models from Blender.
>>903146But porn isn't allowed on here coomer chudcel
>>903146I only post my work on artstation you toolbag
>>903149No, you don't, chuddle. A translation for this would be: My work is so abysmal in terms of quality, posting it on this board would drop the entire niveau level of /3/ in an instant!
>>903150what the fuck
>>903150>>903146>>903143t. cris seething and projecting
man what the hell is this thread0-12 hoursReally depends where I am along in a projectDays without 3d work make me excited, and make me more productive. 12 hour day would usually consist of several different disciplines within the 3d project. A project nearing completion- or a project I am having a blast working on. Normally, I'm tired of working after 8 hours. I really like 3dcg, but I also have other creative goals and missions that I gravitate towards3dcg is just crazy because there is always so much to be done
If the common solution to something is "eyeball it" when a straight forward tool I'm adding hours to my work, as there will always be more than one issue. Creating your own plane for transformation constraints and restricting the depth so that you can clip brush into surfaces would be a god send for zbrush.
>>903117About an hour and a half after work. I'm a coal miner, I operate the machinery, so 3D helps me unwind.
>>903117Until i cum
>>903117Sleeping less just makes you die in a shorter period of time, you get about the same number of conscious hours either way
>>9031178 at work (animation) and then another 3-4 at home (making shitty models for my game)
>>903117the dude died of a heart attack eventually
5-6, as a professional.
>>903117I start at midnight and when I look at the clock it's 6am.My sleep schedule is inverted.
>>904963Lying chud. You sleep all day.
>>904969Just because working 6 hours seems like a lot for you Cris, doesn't mean it doesn't happen.It's 6:50am right now, and I'm going to bed.
>>904977Atleast this chudlet >>904981is honest unlike you.
It's not blender, I tricked Steam so that when it opens C4D it counts the time. I have a lot more real hours but it's still a good motivation to keep working.