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Gabe
11-04-2003, 04:38 AM
I'm looking for complex video tutorials on the following.

Texturing...........Photo real would be great

Advanced lighting

High poly character modeling Like a body builder

Advanced Rendering

Maybe someone like Leigh for example can make a video tutorial on Photoreal texturing.


I like to work on characters mostly, but anyting will be fine.

All I have seen is simple stuff, but I'm past that level, I need something advanced.

If there is anyting like that online. :hmm:

I need free ones

Thanks

EricChadwick
11-04-2003, 02:37 PM
I haven't seen these, but have heard good things about them.
http://www.planetquake.com/polycount/resources/general/video_tutorials/video-tut-list.shtml

Some people like the 3DBuzz ones, I haven't seen these either.
http://sv2.3dbuzz.com/vbforum/uunr_tr.php

Gabe
11-04-2003, 05:07 PM
Thanks

Yeah, I have seen these, and they are pretty good.

I'm looking for something for like a Full motion Video, or an Xbox quality model.

Realistic, not little aliens with almost no detail.

I want to learn better ways of modeling detail.

The Video tutorials on 3D buzz are awesome, I love how they explain everyting when working.

But all the work I have seen so far is verry simple beginner stuff.

I'm trying to develop a working technique that is verry refined, because now I just do whatever works, and I waste time with experimenting.

EricChadwick
11-04-2003, 05:13 PM
The Digital Sculpting forum might be your cup of tea.
http://cube.phlatt.net/forums/spiraloid/index.php

Gabe
11-04-2003, 08:29 PM
Yesssss, that's what I'm talking about. :buttrock:

Online classes, that's awesome.

I wonder if the CGtalk staff could do a section just for lessons.
Real time working with proffecionals to perfect your skills, like in a class room.

They could have
High, Low poly
Texturing
animation
so on.

Ton's of people would participate I would Imagine.

Thanks a lot :thumbsup:

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