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>Rendering waifu in 3d art.
>drawings of waifu made to look realistic, not two dimensional
I actually do so, in order to suit my tastes and refine my own interpretation of the character, which then becomes mine and only mine since I am the only author of that version of her.
About 2D vs 3D, I've absolutely no conflict with it, since 3D itself isn't really the problem but our biological and rotting human condition, and since all in all descriptive/classical drawing is just another form of 2D deceit (although a very sophisticated one) that serves from a lot of other openly "unrealistic" or even impossible principles (e.g. ideal female proportions and fashion beauty canons, or the laws of perspective that are actually grounded on projective geometry and in plain conflict with our euclidean geometry based experience of reality). The extreme of this is exemplified by the trompe-l'oeil art, that openly deceives and thus makes us reconsider out very principles of reality.