View Full Version : HOW COME NO BADYS LOOKING AT MY PICS
:( COME ON GUYS U GOTA SAY SOMETHING ABOUT THEM
LOOK AT MY PICS AND TELL ME WHAT U THINK ,PLEASE
05-28-01, 06:31 PM
no worries, I believe many people look at
your pics. though it's a little hard to
comment on them since you are starting
out with the program.
it's easier to crit when the picture shows
something the viewer can relate to, or/and
can tell what you might do to make it look
better. keep learning ZBrush and it's
secrets and you'll have people commenting
on your pic in no time =D
s o u t h e r n
05-29-01, 01:37 AM
Glad to see how enthusiastic you are about everything. There are a number of reasons why people aren`t giving you feedback (I think)
1. It`s just been a holiday and a lot of people are away, espcially over here (UK)
2. Pixologic are all working hard to release the next version of the software and must be upto their eyeballs in it at the moment.
3. You are overly `zealous` with your posting and remarks.
Anyway, I would suggest that whilst you are learning you put your `test` images into one forum topic and ask people to post their comments in there. I will if you like. At the stage you are at you need to download every bit of info, faq, tutorial you can find and learn all the tools and panels in the program.
In answer to your question I started with ZBrush last novemeber and I took about two months before I did anything worth talking about. It`s like any software, we can all turn out `shuvel art` by the tonne but it takes time to get to grips with the program. Try to be patient.
Your images have potential but you need to work on one thing at a time. Try modeling some more and then start your new 121 topic and I`m sure you will get the right kind of feedback.
Anyone else want to add to this........
05-29-01, 02:00 AM
Southern and Starfish have made some good points.
I have been looking at your work.....and I can tell you this......the pieces on the whole are fresh and invigorating...love your colours, and the 'attitudes' shining through.
Your enthusiasm with ZBrush is wonderful, and at the rate you're learning the programme I've got the feeling you are going to be very good......but it is going to take some time.
I would use Southern's idea with the 121 post...updating as you learn.
Keep at the drawing, learning... and keep smiling.
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