dturk wrote:Thanks Michael, second set of eyes are always good. I was planning to go back and put in the muscle layer with sculpturing the model. When I went back and tried it, you were correct the model was not deep enough.
I have never used the high/low/normal modes, do you have any suggestions?
I have been using mostly carving books and videos, do you know of any sculpturing tutorial's or books that may help or Vectric videos?
The lioness video goes over some of the Sculpting procedures, and that may be helpful for you to watch. Here is the link:http://support.vectric.com/tutorials/V8 ... 3DMOD.html
I don't recall whether any of the videos show the use of high/low/normal modes. Maybe somebody else can remember which (or if any) of them show that. In any case, you may want to just experiment with the high/low/normal modes settings (as well as the cursor smoothness settings) on a "scrap" model to get a feel for them. I use them so often that it's become an intuitive process more than a conscious one. (Prior to Aspire, I had previous experience with a brand-x CAM modeling software which may have contributed to this.)
One way to describe "serious sculpting" is it's a progression of personal experience...the more you use the sculpting tools, the more comfortable and skilled you become. I feel I'm still learning something new with each model. I know I can be better with the next, and the next...