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Sundaynights
01-13-2013, 09:32 AM
Hello and welcome to the Speed Modelling Challeng calender week three 2013.


Thanks for joining us.

Every callender week we will do a new Speed Modelling. So there will be a bunch of 52 challenging Speed Modelling sessions throughout the year for you to participate. They will eather start on Sunday (evening) or Monday (as we all live in different countries, with different time zones).
There is also no restriction. If you liked a previous theme better than the actual you can also participate in that again.

I figured that when applying to jobs for modelling they frequently ask how fast you are. Modelling is not all about Hard Surfaces and you should also be "speedy" when it comes to organic modelling. The humanoid/robot-theme went well last year, so I figured we should do some organic themes.
So to make it not too complicated - as there are allways ones who are fresh to modelling. We will do body parts in this series of SMCs.

The first SMC was all about cute faces, the second SMC was about clothing. So to take our modelling process forward and have in the end a whole character we will dedicate this week to hands and feet. After that we will have a week for bodies (without clothing).

You can modell and/or sculpt hands and feet but please watch the edgeflow - since our character should be suitable for animation.

The Hands and Feet should also be human as we will have a SMC for animals and creatures later. You can also make them suite your character you started in the previous SMCs.

For starters, there are several tutorials out there how to do those body parts.
Just to give you a start watch this one for hands:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1mExXURsWk

And this for feet:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZyFOoggMn4

So, last but not least: Have fun!

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