As designers, we’re all trying to get better at what we do. We surf the Web daily for hours trying to find useful tips and tricks to enhance our design skills. But what if we spent less time surfing the Web looking for inspiration and more time creating and designing things? Someone once said, “Practice makes perfect”. While that statement might not be completely true, I do believe that practice makes you better. That is why in this blog post, I would like to propose something to every designer: Why not try to design something every day for one year?

But artists and designers aren’t doing it because it’s trendy; they’re building skills, trying out different techniques, and discovering new ways to look at their work and the world. It’s also a great exercise in perseverance and provides a rewarding way to measure your progress.These projects don’t necessarily have to be a daily event; they could be weekly. Many last for a year, but you could try one out for a month instead. Whatever the approach, the point is to make it a regular part of your routine — just set aside 10 to 15 minutes (or more if you like!) to let your creativity flow. But don’t be too hard on yourself. If you miss a day, it’s not the end of the world. And the results don’t have to be picture-perfect; this is about growth, not perfection.Ready to give it a go? Take a look at the 20 inspiring ideas below and try one of them, or make up your own.
Every killer 3D modeler has taken the same demanding path to get to the pedestal of 3D design. What might seem overwhelming for some, can seem like an adventure for others. It all depends on how you’re looking at the matter.To get fast and good results in 3D modeling you must have passion for everything related to computers, have an eye for, and understanding of, the way objects are placed in space, and be a creative thinker.3D modeling is a sought after job, and once you get to its core, it opens doors to limitless opportunities. The process is being used in numerous industries, from medicine to architecture, to engineering to entertainment. No matter the direction you choose to follow, 3D modeling will certainly turn out to be a great skill.Here are 7 tips that will encourage any beginner 3D modelers to keep going, and discover the secrets of this world so that one day you'll be able to model stunning 3d printing designs.

Rushing is not your best friend. You will see that 3D modeling is not as simple as it sounds. It requires perseverance. Allow yourself sufficient time to find your path through all the tricks of the process, and don’t give up if you hit a brick wall.  Build valuable skills that will pay off later. Don't expect to produce a complex work quickly as this will result in frustration, and could cause you to give up too soon. Don’t overestimate your powers; take it slow and everything will come at the right time.

This is like learning a new language: you start by learning the alphabet, then different diphthongs, then short words, and then you get to the tough part of putting them all together. The same goes with 3D modeling.Start modeling simple objects, like cubes, spheres, and pyramids to become comfortable with the basics. If you don’t know the basics, how are you supposed to be successful with more complex shapes? Design simple objects until you feel confident enough to move to more difficult designs. This process will teach you the correct approach, and will build the necessary modeling skills to take your work to the next level.
We hope these simple tricks will arm you with the info you need to start your 3D modeling journey, and encourage you to keep going. 



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