Honestly I have never ever been into the modelling. I started it all just about 3 days ago, and was thinking that after 1st year of intense education I will be able to create something as ‘difficult’ as a country house in Blender.
Tried 3ds max about 7 years ago or more, and… well. I didnt make it. It looked to me since then, that 3d modelling requires a HUUUGE amount of education, even to complete the very first, very basic model.
But then I started hearing about Blender here and there. Years have passed, and I already knew that blender is actually quite good.
About a week ago we decided to make a little mod for the game called Space Engineers. There are 3 of us, with only 2 being active now. One is doing the C# work, and another should do modelling and texturing work… That was me. I thought that a lot of time is yet to pass untill I can make a simple gun block for the game.
But then I just opened Blender and… Well, suddenly I made this:
Then I created this: http://prntscr.com/mitqkj A railgun for the small grid (ingame fighter).
Then I went for like 7hrs blender marathon and at the end of the day I had like 4 new weapon models for Space Engineers: They are now my simplest models.
Unfortunately I have a lot of stuff created, so my workspace is an absolute mess, and its impossible to do good screenshots now
If you can help me with that issue, please give an advice. Is there a way to move a model from file to file i blender?
There is my workspace: http://prntscr.com/mittcm complete mess. And a weird red square on the left side, which I also do not know how to remove.
I would like to share all my creations with you, but its like impossible to do, utill they are all moved away to their own separated folders
P.S. Please tell me, what do you think about my progress and my models. I dont want to be an overexcited dude, but wow. I could never ever imagine that I can fill up my workspace with all that in just 3 days of work. I also didnt think that I can ever create something that I cant draw on paper (and Im a really bad drawer).