ZapGirl wrote: »
@Eliavah, I agree about the sci fi picture it looks great Mizzie.
I also tried making a pose its not great but it's not terrible, I also downloaded the rigs for sims 3 poses and I'm very excited to have a go! Maybe I could see your pose?
Eliavah wrote: »
Oh wow, you were wayyy better than I was ( I actually don't have any old images besides the ones from 3 years back, not when i very first started , and by then I had better knowledge ), but yeah! Those are all really great! Love that futuristic one, am a huge sci-fi dork. Also that feather one is gorgeous . You also started off with amazing quality, not a lot of us can say that .
I actually think my first competition the judge had saved some photos to her own account, because going back to it, I still see some of them, but I deleted them . I can pull those up if you like, their my very first edits (sims 3 ofc I was like 13).
And oh my, though to be honest, in my opinion the right pose can really make an image~ I actually tried Blender (well again, but last time I used it was a while ago and never really finished pose) by the suggestion of someone in Sims Survivor and i liked it ! The problem I have is that a lot of poses are in CAS, so I have to take the upper half from CAS and the lower half from in game (because i cant zoom in legs in CAS for some reason >_>) to make my model big enough (otherwise she comes out small) . The problem with that is, the lighting is different, so i have to do a lot of tweaking in photoshop to match the colors , which isn't too difficult, just rather not you know? But made my first Sims 4 pose (it looks terrible ) and person gave me some tips and stuff ^^ I replaced the pushup animation (since I just take out my poses when I actually play the game) Will try to create pose for whatever next assignment I have, maybe even Sims 3, though idk.
But you should try pose combining! For me it actually was faster to do that then create a pose, but that is only because I'm more experienced in it. When you have more experience in something, like drawing, editing, etc. things can come out faster. So somebody like you with experience in Blender probably takes wayyyyyy less time then I do. But I do want to become experienced with it! Its kinda a start on learning 3d model rendering and stuff (for when I go into computer science and videogame design).
Ah sorry for wall of text xD ><. ( i always do this, and I haven't even checked Before & After thread yet >_>)
ZapGirl wrote: »
I hope it's okay Mizzie but I'd like to show how much I've learnt in a short amount of time if you practise.
This is my first proper assignment, it's dated March 1st 2015 snip
And here is my latest, I actually dated today.
It's CRAZY how much I've learnt in three months.
chiaradnyn wrote: »
thankyou this guide is really helpful for newbie like me ^^