First let me introduce myself.
My Name is David, I am 25 years old and i am from Germany.
I went to the army and i worked in the Philippines for almost 2 years, establishing “low-tech” waste-water-treatment systems in cooperation with a philippine university and a german company.
About a half year ago I enrolled for a “3D Game Art and Animation” course at the SAE Institut in Germany.
I know many people dont really accept the SAE for a reall college in teaching 3D, and some might even laugh at it.
But i was givin an opportunity and I took it!
Befor i began studying, i dindt have much experience with 3D modelling, sculpting, rigging, animating and what not, but since the day I get teached all those things, I can hardly imagine doing something else ever again.
Even in my time off I still do nothing but modelling, reading about anatomy, sculpting, rigging, animating…
Sure, this is only for about 6 month now and I know, I pretty much dont know sh*t, but i keep on learning, day after day.
Last Week we got introduced to Zbrush at SAE and since they got themselfs some awesome cintiq`s i had to give it a try right away!
I know this might not seem like much, but since i acquired myselfe not even a tiny bit of drawing skills over the past 25 years, I was kinda proud i came up with that kind of sculptures, considering we/I just got introduced to ZBrush, aswell as the lack of drawing skills.
Now. Even though i saw many sculptures already, here at ZBC, i still want to share my first and my second EVER sculptet figure with you guys.
I allways appreciate constructive suggestions and criticism, so thank you for your attention.
Anyway, after all I have seen here on ZBC i am happy with any kind of feedback