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Old 01 January 2005   #1
Speed modeling sessions - post your topic suggestions !

If you have any idea for cool speed modeling topics, just post them there!
thank you.
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Old 01 January 2005   #2
demons
armor/helmets - something hardsurface
interior mouth (teeth, gums, tongue)
comic characters heads (batman, superman, spiderman, hellboy etc) maybe give em 5 hours.
feet (I think this was done)
ears
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Old 01 January 2005   #3
Cheesey B movie scarey creatures - Like werewolfs, frankenstein, vampires, creature from the black lagoon.

Pick 2-3 animals and morph them into one creature.

If you did something a little more vague like Themes on Ancient Japanese Warriors, it might open it up so that people that aren't so into organics might be able to get in with swords or something.
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Old 01 January 2005   #4
Wonders of the ancient world!
 
Old 01 January 2005   #5
how about we do a really quick type of session where the focus is on interestingly shaped beings. it doesnt have to be high poly. actually the focus would be to keep it low poly and be rather interpretative. ( unless you want to use Zspheres and then go wild with some brushing ) what thinks you?

this way we could experiment with a number of weirdly shaped beings, instead of making just one over 3 hours or so....
 
Old 01 January 2005   #6
Hey ambient-whisper, i really like that last idea, could be very fun.

A nice mix of organic and mechanical models should be sweet as well as they have different aproaches to modeling.

Look foreward to this.
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Old 01 January 2005   #7
Originally Posted by Fede: Hey ambient-whisper, i really like that last idea, could be very fun.

A nice mix of organic and mechanical models should be sweet as well as they have different aproaches to modeling.

Look foreward to this.


the session has been started. you can go here to join.

http://www.cgtalk.com/showthread.ph...07&page=1&pp=15

cheers.
 
Old 04 April 2005   #8
Cameras
Swords
Glasses
Spaceships
Broken ship
Spectacular stairs
Cathedral roof
Rings
Car pieces
Low poly dinosaurs
Puzzles
Bottles
Flowers
Bikes
Phones
Shoes
Walls
Eiffel-like things
Lego
model your home fachade
houses for cartoon
people for a far view
books
the tower
liquids
 
Old 04 April 2006   #9
" Abstract Modern Art Sculpture "
( could be a great subject to see abstract shape )
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Old 04 April 2006   #10
Prom dress. Remember trying to see what's behind them? Well now this will force you to actually look at one.
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Old 04 April 2006   #11
I think ancient architecture is a difficult yet rewarding test of skill.
 
Old 04 April 2006   #12
I think this whole idea is pretty stupid unless there is some sort of structure to it.
A far better method than the current 'post a picture of a model and say "I did this in x minutes - honest!", woud be to have a hard limit of say, one hour, and for people to post an hour long video capture of the entire session. That way people can download and watch the modeling sessions and learn from others techniques, so this whole exercise is actually wothwhile.
There are plenty of free file hosts on the internet these days, so bandwidth is not a problem, plus wiht xvid compression and winrar, you can get a one hour 800x600 video capture down to 10mb at acceptable quality.

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Old 04 April 2006   #13
low poly monsters

when i first started to model what helped me to improve was taking just a sphere and trying to create a number of modelsform it. such as monsters, planes, etc. i think that is would be a good challenge becouse it only takes a few hours to do.
 
Old 04 April 2006   #14
Famous Sculptures

LIke Rodins' "Thinker", or that tall statue of the naked guy with the fig leaf, Maybe the sphinx, our quick reditions of thiose would be challenging and cool.
 
Old 04 April 2006   #15
You could do some catchy ones too, like speed model everything on your desk or something like that.
 
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