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Old 03 March 2017   #1
Mentor - games - hardsruface

Hi All,

I am in need of a paid mentor in the industry that knows there stuff. Hard surface and designing for games.
I will pay for your time helping me.

I wanted to take the online gnomon Props and Weapons for Games online class but- I am afraid to be disappointed. I reached out to some killer artist that work in the field on art station and no one gets back to me. I was mainly looking at artist that worked on BF1 or Call of Duty. I currently work at EA as a Sr designer and am looking to get deep into 3d.

I already know more then the basics but would like to buy time from someone who has real time experience and can help me get really good.

I would pay for your time.

if you know anyone please reach out.

link to class:
Old 03 March 2017   #2
You should consider Grant Warwick's course:
Old 03 March 2017   #3
That looks very interesting. Looks like tips on and tricks by the artist.
Did anyone purchase it and think it's a good idea.

I am looking for someone that can help me grow my 3d skills and help me in creating an asset for a game and from there on out I can apply that and keep making items for my portfolio.

I would really like to create a gun for a game like BF1 or COD.
Old 03 March 2017   #4
Emailed many hard surface modelers and no emails back. Guys must be busy with no time for me :(
As much as I would like to take the gnomon class I think it will only touch on things and not really give me what I need.

Have not seen any students online talk about there experience of taking online gnomon classes.
Old 03 March 2017   #5
How much experience do you have with modeling? Have you created your own weapons already?

Modeling clean hard surface is all about basic techniques:

If you already have that skill then you need to work on baking maps on low poly models / texturing.
Old 03 March 2017   #6
Thank you. This has been great as reassurance that I am going about things in the right way.
Old 03 March 2017   #7
Thanks for the link Psyk0
Old 03 March 2017   #8
I feel like mastering fusion360 and later taking my modes into maya for low poly modeling.
I also want to get a pc laptop for on the go. Tired of mac.
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