View Full Version : Monster Bust- (video-tutorial, Sculpt,Retopo)

leonardo davi
11 November 2008, 08:24 PM
Hi there I would like to share with you my sculpting tutorial, the base mesh was done using wings3d and everything else was blender. Hope you enjoy. here´s the final result of the tutorial.

and the teaser.

The audio is in portuguese.

You can download the videos in my blog (
Or here

Parte 1– Basemesh:

Parte 2 - sculpting :

Parte 3 - finishing the sculpt:

Parte 4 – Retopo:

Parte 5 - Retopo final:

Parte 6 -NormalMap:

All the files for reference,alphas and blends are here

Windows users may need vlc player to play .ogg videos, you can download it on the ftp as well, Thanks see you :D

11 November 2008, 10:16 PM
Very good for his initiative to give more opportunity we need people who want to migrate for free software.


11 November 2008, 11:26 PM
Sweet. Though the servers seem a bit clogged.

11 November 2008, 11:53 PM
Looks great. Thanks for the videos. Downloading now.

BTW how powerful is your computer. I'm wondering if my pc is powerful enough to attempt something similar.


leonardo davi
11 November 2008, 08:22 PM
Thanks guys !

uncle_frankie ( : If you have some problems with your machine, try to turn on the partial redraw on the sculpt menu, if your hardware supports the effect it will help you to go along without problems :D

see ya

11 November 2008, 12:34 AM
thx for sharing the tut, nice to see wings got better too, havent used that little gem in a long time. Maybe next time try it english, i dont mind bad accent or missing words, i see here that you can type english too. (esperanto will never work so lets just bombard english to the web langguage out of practiality ;)

leonardo davi
11 November 2008, 05:23 PM
ysvry ( Thanks man, :) , the language that I spoke was portuguese not esperanto, I did it this language the tutorial because in Brazil we lack video tutorials in our own language that´s why I prefer using Portuguese instead of english, but, the next one will be both, portuguese and english, see you

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