I’m not quite sure what I am either I think I like modelling a bit better than texturing only because I have trouble getting my textures to look really crisp sometimes. My best textures, that the testers said were the best DS textures they’d ever seen for DS only sold a few and that’s disheartening. Models seem to sell better. The problem is that I have to texture them too
In a perfect world I would not have to work at all and could play computer games all day…sigh.
Chohole, your moniker sounds familiar and I wonder if I used to comment on your artwork at Renderosity. If so, your work was wonderful. Hexagon is an amazingly simple, but powerful program to learn. Geekatplay has the best set of tutorials that I’ found and can get anyone started. People will sometimes say that they aren’t modellers but they jjst haven’t gotten to that point where they really know.
I never wanted to learn to golf and hubby used to ask me to play with thim. Wasn’t interested and thought I couldn’t do it. With work I found that if I golfed I got to take the day off and play in outings and get paid so I made the attempt. I started golfing at 40 and after a few years I was a 14 handicap. Point heer is that sometimes we think we are no good or are not interested in something just to find to that we really are. Don’t let modelling pass you by. Do one tutorial a week and soon you’ll find that it’s so easy that you want to do it more. Hexagon is an amazing program. If they ever get all the bugs out it will beat out a lot of much pricier software.