Lessons to learn from the Japanese MMDC
When I was a 'little kid', I used to have a 'pen pal' in Australia. For those of you who don't know, "Australia" is that "Land down under" in the South Eastern part of the Pacific Ocean. It's a pretty big "island" which is also the only place in the world that has Koala Bears and Kangaroos. As for a 'pen pal', I don't think these exists anymore, but back in the days, it was another kid, that you probably have never met and never will meet, with whom you exchange letters with - "letters" as in documents that are written on paper by hand, then stuffed into an envelope by hand upon which you affix a postage stamp and hand off to the postman.
It was just something you did when you were a kid in those days; encouraged by parents and teachers as supposedly, it helps improve your writing skills and opens up your awareness to the fact that there is a much bigger world out there, populated by people like yourself but with perhaps a different perspective of t
For the Newcomers to this community.Listen,
For even the most fancy, experienced, know-it-all users,
At one point everyone has made an Animasa edit.
We all have made awful pictures with 200x200 resolution featuring adultshader.
Most of us have recolored a model at some point.
We have all had a model crash MMD.
Most of us too (sadly) have been on a hate blog at one point or other.
No one is born amazing at MMD. So just because you may not be as good as "x" now, doesn't mean that you won't be in future. Use them as inspiration to work towards your goals!
don't get discouraged just because you're not amazing straight off the bat. You can improve and you can grow (and don't let anyone in this community deter you or tell you otherwise) MMD is something which you learn as you go along, and you can learn more and more the more you do it. To improve, you must practice in using the program, modelling, whatever it is. It's all about practice.
Grow and learn. Follow your wildest dreams.
Was this cheesy to the extent of being