This ONE feature alone is the MOST AMAZING modeling tool I wish blender have.
As artist we draw what we want on paper, and if the contour is not right we rub off the line and re-create that part.
But in Blender, you have to either move the edge points and then SLOWLY AND PAINFULLY move all the surrounding points to “smooth” out the surface or use the AWFUL FFD implementation in Blender [The FFD implementation in Blender is T-E-R-R-I-B-L-E and UN-Intuitive, waaaay too much work to do what it is suppose to do, just ask any 3DS Max user].
If only you could just DIRECTLY correct it the same way you draw.
Imagine being able to rotate to the view to see your model from a specific angle and just correct the contour there and then via simplified points and the surrounding surface will auto-interpolate [the same way you would draw with your hands], WOW ! WOW WOW WOW !
Keep on doing that and retopolize later and your model will be completed the EXACT WAY you want it to look.
Well YOU COULD, with this program !
Look at this AMAZING tool ! Can you guess what program is that ?
Try to do what you are seeing here in Blender, it would have taken the whole time wasting FFD setup procedure just to do what is being done here in less than one second ! [And we are just taking about replicating one of the many operations being carried out in this gif animation, imagine having to execute through all the FFD procedure for ALL the operations being shown here alone…I’ll rather be collecting stamps…]
Once you have experienced blocking out your shapes with a simple tool like this, you will never ever want to do it any other way again, not even sculpting, silly push/pulling via sculpting and having to rotate the model to see if you have push pull enough ? Forget that ! Just DRAW the contour out DIRECTLY and exactly where you want them to be from every angle ! Just imagine for a second how amazing it is to block out what you have imagined like this…
As an artist who primarily draws and not really into the whole clay sculpting trend from the ZBrush era, this is EXACTLY the work flow I wanted because this is exactly the way I draw on paper anyway, so direct, so intuitive !