To My Dear Friend LindseyTo my dear friend Lindsey who won't be receiving this letter,More Like This
Lindsey, my friend, you will not be receiving this letter for two reasons. The first reason you will not be receiving this letter is because the most current address I have for you is over six years old and you may not live there anymore. The second and more dominating reason is because I am too scared. I am afraid to put this letter in an envelope and mail it to the address you may no longer live at.
I am afraid you won't receive it.
I am afraid that you will.
I am afraid that you will receive it and you will read it and you won't remember me. But if you do receive the letter and you do remember me then that's good. But now I'm afraid what you'd think of me.
I haven't spoken or written to you in five years. I haven't seen you even longer. So what would you think of me coming out of the blue all of the sudden with no warning? Would you be happy? Surprised? Confused? Annoyed? I don't know if I want to know.
But what I do want
6 Misconceptions in 3DCymae's been doing 3D for a long while, and she spends a lot of time critiquing people's work. It's easy to get caught up in misconceptions and ideas about 3D which might hinder your ability to make your art even better!More Like This
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1. Post-work is not a dirty word
A lot of people have this idea in their heads that editing an image in Photoshop after you render it, or combining different things you've rendered separately together is somehow deceitful and wrong, but it's not.
Post-work just makes your 3D even better! It's a lot faster to fix a small lighting bug in Photoshop than edit it painstakingly in your 3D program, and often the results are just as good!
2. Pre-made models are not cheating (and cheating is OK)
There seems to be this rift between people that create their own models, and people that use premade stock, such as Daz, Poser, etc, and this idea th