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Old 05 May 2002   #1
Post Your best modeling tuts

Lets get some good modeling resources up here maybe its just some refrance pics anything goes for any package just post them later !!
 
Old 05 May 2002   #2
Digital Sculpting Forum - A lot of professional modelers here. Good place to read up on techniques, but if you want to post you should read the rules first!

SoftImage Tutorials - Here are bunch of tutorials for XSI & 3D.

Maya Tutorials - Maya tutorials, including a bunch of modelling ones.
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Old 05 May 2002   #3
An awesome figure reference site for modelling and drawing people: The Loomis Project
 
Old 05 May 2002   #4
Reference Images - A wide variaty of reference images.

Weapon Reference - a pic of almost every gun you can think of.

But of coarse, these boards are the best reference.

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Old 05 May 2002   #5
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Old 05 May 2002   #6
modeling a mouth: http://www.3dluvr.com/setherial/tutor/mouth/tutor01.htm

modeling a hand: http://www.renderedrealities.net/tutorials/hand1.html

another hand done in Maya: http://plissken.fatalunity.com/tutorials/subdiv/

modeling a head in LW: http://www.evil-plan.com/HT.html

cheers
 
Old 05 May 2002   #7
Hey admins...what about making a section purely for tutorials? I'm pretty sure that would go down pretty well with everyone, and save a lot of searching around and repeated questions.
Does that sound OK?

-JB
 
Old 06 June 2002   #8
this one is very good ..this website has alot of references pics...and cool tutorials
www.fineart.sk
 
Old 06 June 2002   #9
Jonny Bubonic , it has been already been suggested, and the idea was dropped, after making a poll.
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Old 06 June 2002   #10
I think the tut section is a good idea, what I would like to see is something like 3dluvr has, when someone makes something really cool, they give a little insight into the approach used.
 
Old 06 June 2002   #11
www.suurland.com for your references of cars, plains, and a cathedral

um modelling tuts.....use google, you find amazing unkown tutorials...soemtimes it is for other packages than you use, but the technique is mostly the same.

And anothjer comment is that you only need a few tutorials on how the technique works and not tutorials of all objects in the world. So learn the technique and not making the object itself

have phun
 
Old 06 June 2002   #12
Nice one!

OK heres a good tutorial site! have fun reading!

http://216.239.37.120/translate_c?h...x/tutorials.htm
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Old 06 June 2002   #13
i think about making a tutorial myself on this head
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Old 06 June 2002   #14
Fade of Light, there are many ways to get to an end result. Reading a single tutorial by anyone may give the basic skills required for that technique, but it doesn't necessarily mean that the author/artist has done things in most efficient way, or in some cases done them properly. I personally like to see different tuts. Even now that I have some descent skills, I never take for granted that the approach I use is the best way. I like seeing alot of tuts, that's just me!
 
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