Get a life.
Aszhasal wrote:I've been thinking about your picture up there...
The pic is ok, but it would look more impressive if you added details to the architecture in the background. It looks empty...
Get a life.
Aszhasal wrote:The rocks and fire are painted wrong. The rock is too shiny (I thought it was ice!) and the fire almost looks like it's still and doesn't really resemble flames. Where's the smoke?
But what bothers me the most is that you left pencil lines of Yaang's (glowing) eyes visible. It looks so wrong.
sfox8 wrote:Coos: I'm not gonna lie, it's definitely daunting when you first pick it up. It's like there's countless things you can do with it and even hidden features that you really have to dig to find out about, but I guess that's what you should expect with an industry standard program like Maya.
But really, once you actually get the hang of using Maya and modeling in general, it becomes pretty easy. If you can model in one program, it's pretty likely that you can model in any so once you get the hang of the basics and get passed the learning curve, it'll become smoother. =] And you'll love seeing the results.
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