I'm pretty sure I've shot the body sculpting myth down before in here, but it needs to be said again:
The type of training you do will not change how you look. You are dominated by your genetics.
This is why I say over and over again that it's infinitely retarded that people think they can't get "aesthetic" without doing sets of 10-12 reps and 7 different exercises working the same muscle group and getting a pump, bro.
The body sculpting aspect of bodybuilding is highly overstated. You can, to some degree, focus on certain areas more than others to elicit a specific image, but for the most part, you have a bigger muscle or a smaller muscle. That's it.
If you ever see a before and after photo of yourself when you've made considerable progress, take some time and do a very detailed observation of yourself. You will likely notice that while you look very different, the actual shape and placement of your musculature hasn't changed, just the size.