Originally Posted by techmaster
But if you make something awful, it's an expensive and extremely time consuming mistake. LOL I'd like to have an idea of what I'm doing before I even attempt something like that.
The best way to get started is to just dive right in, pick up a clone kit and just do it. You can read, watch videos and ask questions, but at the end of the day getting your hands in the grain is the only way to learn properly. Yes, you could make mistakes like we all have. But you learn more from messing up and correcting your process than doing it perfectly. Dogfish had to dump 500,000 dollars worth of 120 before, so it happens to the best.
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