Thank you so much Scott!scottp55 wrote: ↑Sat Dec 04, 2021 10:19 amWhen I saw your "Gnome"...I thought to myself "He'll get hooked on 3D now:)".
I'm pleasantly happy to see I was right!
Well done Sir!!
I've done that model a couple of times, and always like what people call it;
Old Hippie(my name favorite)
Earth Soul (Man/Spirit/etc.)
And just last week "an alternate Green Man"
I wouldn't paint it either, the green will gradually brown with UV, and it's pretty central,
so it "balances" well.
It's great model for playing with heart/sap wood lines too.
OLD HIPPIE 1.jpg
Nice to see another "crazy" person doing 3Ds like Ted said.
I generally do tiny stuff, and times Still get big as you just go the smallest bits you can find.
4.22.19 OAK CUTOFF DAY 1 1.jpg
4.23.15 LES TRY2 1 OWL04 SCRAP.jpg
LIKE how you "Framed" him!
Yep, the best way is to notice is to inspect Carefully before removing the piece!!
This is great to see the same model used in other ways. I want to make a smaller one now to match.
This 3D stuff is really cool. I took part in a demo day Friday and yesterday and received lots of interest in the 3D modeling, folks were amazed!
I've got a few more projects in mind, I'll be sure to share.
Thanks again to everyone who replied.
Have a wonderful holiday season.