Originally Posted by Thegodzero
All no Ref means is its not based off someone. That's not bragging, that's called being creative.
Why would you say no ref if you didn't base it off someone? To me, saying no ref means "i didn't look at anything", in which case, Scooby is trying to make something realistic without using any kind of groundpoint to know if he's doing things right. Which is just... confusing to me? It seems to go against what I've learned about how to make art look good (reference reference reference)
I don't know, the best way I can think of describing how this is bad is in Paul Richard's article here- http://autodestructdigital.blogspot....emix.html#more
under define/refine your loop.
Mostly here- sure, ok Scoob, no reference... but... why? Do you have a personal goal you're not stating? Was it to see if you could? Was it to show off that you could? I'm just curious.
Tobbo- I think you meant to refer to scoob there?
Edit: Just editing this to add that the sculpt looks amazing. I'm impressed by what you managed to accomplish here Ryan. Maybe you didn't use reference simply because you didn't need it