Not exactly new to digital sculpting. I’ve been using the original free Sculptris (not the zbrush version) for quite a while. But, they also completely deleted the forums over there.
Wasn’t too sure about Nomad to start with. It just didn’t seem like it could be as powerful, or as easy to use, as the reviews suggested. Plus I also wasn’t too sure how easy it would be to use this pencil for sculpting as I’ve grown quite accustomed to using my keyboard and mouse for such a long time. Yeah, I was certainly wrong. This program is certainly changing my mind about using this iPad a lot more now.
There’s pretty much just one thing that is missing so far. Height and cavity painting. Of course I’d also like some hair options in the future, but I think this should keep me busy for a long time to come as is.
So, I spent a bit of time doodling, getting used to the tools, and setting everything up to where it feels good. Just continued adding and watching the poly count keep rising and still never slowing down. This is what ended up coming out of that bit of time between jobs for work.
I still need to import my alphas, but even without them, this is still pretty fun.