If the title or username doesn't say it already, I am totally new to this sort of thing. I recently came across blender guru and decided, let's give it a bash.
I am having quite a lot of fun however, I have come across a rather two frustrating problems.
- Within his video, he has a nice "copper" finish on his donut that allows him to see the depth of indentations quite easily. I tried to achieve the same thing but mine is darker and I really struggle to see or gauge the depth of my indentations.
YouTube video for reference: https://youtu.be/6OTX3ZdYvEA?t=212
Blender Guru's View:
As you can see mine is dull and makes it really difficult for me to judge depth... am I doing something wrong?
- In Blender Guru's video, he creates an indentation on the perimeter of the donut using the sculpting brush and it works perfectly on his video.
YouTube video for reference: https://youtu.be/6OTX3ZdYvEA?t=350
Blender Guru's Video:
My brush seems to be affecting more surface area than his brush. I have my brush set to the same settings found in his video:
- Sculpt Tool: Draw Brush
- Radius: 115px
- Strength: 0.263
I have tried different settings, higher strengths but it really messes up the donut. One observation that I did make is that his tool cursor appears to be very different to mine... does that have anything to do with it?
If anyone could help an absolute noob out I would forever be in your debt... busy pulling my hair out here.