|25-02-2010, 10:00 PM||#1|
A bit of guidance and advice.
Let me quickly run down my situation.
I got started in computer work with the unreal engine 3 a few years ago. I used that mainly and practised with it. There was still something missing however. I also, during my time with UE3 used xsi to import some basic models and learn ins and outs.
I was looking for a bit of guidance on one of my (terrible) models and Raul gave me some advice...i say some...i mean a lot.Thats how i found this place and what i really wanted to do. Now, this was only around Xmas 09 sp i havent been doing this very long, but i love doing it and im desperately wanting to improve as id love to do this professionally (im 16, so i reckon i have some time to practice)
Now id like to ask the best way to improve. Ive so far worked on various pieces and not really finished one, either because i hated it or i was told to stop working on it.
Id just like some advice on various things i can do to improve. Ive gathered some things like anatomy books, practicing and tutorials.
I guess i just want advice as i feel a little lost.
what should my next step be
how can i improve my anatomy skills
I know ive gathered advice from my other threads aswell. But hopefully by making this thread specifically for that purpose my next step will become clearer.
I want to do this more than anything at the moment and i am constantly practicing, and i would be eternally greatful for some help and guidance because as i mentioned before, i feel lost.
i would like to thank Raul for helping me find my feet here. Thanks man.
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