I never thought I would get in to 3D modeling. I never thought I would be using the term 3D assets. Well, I now own a couple hundred dollars of 3D assets and I’m in to 3D modeling.
Most people use 3D modeling for video games and movies. Not me, I’m using it for art. It would cost me about $200 to hire a model for a day. Now, for $200 I have several models, wardrobe, and more.
Granted, it is difficult to set a face for the right expression, but that’s part of the learning process. I have to ask questions like, “What makes a person look surprised?” Or, “What makes a person look like they adore someone?”
It’s pretty cool. (I hope the above captured the expression of a shocked surprise.
Much of my day was spent organizing my 3D assets. The way they install on the hard drive isn’t very intuitive when trying to find what you’re looking for. Most of them are installed by the vendor’s name. So, if I’m looking for a dress, seeing a folder named ADP, for example, doesn’t tell me it contains a dress.
As a result I have spent most of the day putting my assets in to folders that make sense to me.