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whats you best way of sculpting hard surfaces??


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well... sculpt hard surface is not the best way to achieve sharp edges.

I use sculpt step to create fast sketches focusing on shapes and proportions, and then retopo or subd modeling using that shape as base to create final models.

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17 minutes ago, phoenixart said:

@Elemeno

Vox Hide keeps the edges quite sharp. For secondary details, hard surface brushes on a dense mesh should work OK.

But I don't know what's your workflow, not sure vox hide + brushes may apply in your case.

im more curious what your workflow is...

how would you do Armour for example.. im looking to smooth everything out but has a nice crisp edge...

alot of the tools i use destroys the shape of my mesh ...

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see i can do hard surface sculpting in zbrush , i use hpolish so much but in 3dcoat ... i find the tools are very good for hard surface...

 

but was hoping someone here had a good workflow for square edges and smoothing areas..

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