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    Default What simple patterns would you like to see?

    Any simple patterns that would make your lives complete?

    I am running out of ideas for speed modeling exercises. Like an obscure screw head, basic shape, railing, basic silhouette,...etc. Something I can make in a 5-10 minute speed modeling exercise.

    As an example the top hat in the St. Patrick's day pattern took me about 5 minutes to model.

    Another example, this soft face hammer below was also about 5 minutes to model (making it into a picture took much longer but doesn't count against the modeling time).
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    Oscar, how about some old man tree spirits? At least I hope thatís what there called... thinking about making some bird houses with the faces for the front opening. On the honey due list...
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    Gary, great idea. I do make the patterns that are available here but would like something new. They are great house warming gifts, friends love them. Thank you Oscar

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    Gents, you have given me a challenge!

    I'll have to have a clear idea of what I want to model but I think I can do one in my 10-15 minutes limit for speed modeling. I'll have to strategize on how to optimally go about it.

    More to follow.

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    How about a Sasquatch / Bigfoot?

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    Dale, do you mean like a Sasquatch face or a whole Sasquatch? I don't think I can make a full Sasquatch in the time frame.

    Or something different?

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    Oscar, A face would work or just a basic outline of the whole body.

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    Okay. This was not a fast modeling exercise. lol

    It was about a 2 hour sculpting session but I am pleased with the model.

    This afternoon I'll start a Bigfoot.
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    Oscar you are getting good at this!

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    Thanks. Feels like I am progressing a little, at least in some areas. Other areas I am still struggling to learn.

    Here is what I am calling a 3d sketch of a big foot. Brought in a flat silhouette and then sculpted some geometry on it.

    Hope it works for you.
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