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  04 April 2006
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Hi everyone,

Please post your ideas for Tutorials and Workshops here. I am not saying that I myself would be creating these Tutorials, I'm only trying to get a sense of what people are interested in seeing here. Someone who sees a suggestion for a Tutorial here and would like to create one is more than welcome to do so!

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to create and post their own Tutorials. I just ask that you follow this standard naming convention when you create at Tutorial thread:

TUTORIAL - *What It's About* - by *Your Name*

I am also open to ideas about the types of Workshops you would like to see. Bear in mind that not everything can be done, nor done at once, but I am definitely eager to entertain any good suggestions.

Cheers,

~Rebeccak
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  04 April 2006
I want one on how to paint different kinds of textures.
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  04 April 2006
Jack,

It looks like one is on it's way soon from zhuzhu.

Cheers,

- Rebeccak
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  04 April 2006
I can place tutorial with character animation system made with Autodesk MotionBuilder Pro 7.5 free with Gypsy5 and animazoo.com BVHdata.
 
  04 April 2006
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BurtS,

Hey, that would be awesome, thank you!

You might want to create the original Tutorial here:

Application Specific (3D Specialty)
Alias/Autodesk MotionBuilder


http://forums.cgsociety.org/forumdisplay.php?f=85

And then post a link to your Tutorial here on the Anatomy Forum Tutorials Forum. At the moment, most people on the forum are 2D oriented, but I would love to see more 3D related things here as well. Thank you for your offer!

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- Rebeccak
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  04 April 2006
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Jack,

Zhuzhu was kind enough to post a Texturing Tips Tutorial here:

http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthr...452#post3422452

Cheers,

*Rebeccak
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  04 April 2006
how about doing a traditional/digital modeling workshop ?

It seams with the speed of Zbrush, one is actually able to do 3d digital studies, and it might be interesting for the anatomy forum to venture down this path (possibly also exposing the forum more to 3d artist's).
it could be something really simple .. like modeling the human skull or a human hand.

it would be something I would be interested in seeing and participating in.

- David René.
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  04 April 2006
David,

Check out the following Challenge, just posted:

THE HARDCORE MODELING CHALLENGE #1: The David
http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?t=347627

Umm...they're not modeling you...

Let me know if you participate!

Cheers,

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  04 April 2006
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Coming soon to the Anatomy Forum:

Workshop : Digital Anatomy Sculpture 1! – The human hand - With Simo Roth

Starting Tuesday 25th: Ending Tuesday 9th of May

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  04 April 2006
Arrow Workshop: Digital Anatomy Sculpture 1! The human hand - With Simon Roth



Anyone is welcome to join the:

>>Workshop: Digital Anatomy Sculpture 1! The human hand - With Simon Roth<<

Click Link or Image to be taken to the Workshop on the Anatomy Forum. Hope to see you there!

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  07 July 2006
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Hi everyone,

I'm interested in hearing your ideas for Workshops here on the Anatomy Forum. While I can't make any guarantees as to what is run and when, I am totally open to suggestions!

Also, if you would like to run a Workshop here on the Forum, be it 2D or 3D, please post your ideas here and let me know!

Cheers,

~Rebeccak
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  07 July 2006
Some ideas
  • 50 Dynamic poses (And the poses would have to express some sort of emotion.)
  • Skin Shading tips and tricks
  • Eyes, eyes & more more eyes (100 expressive eyes)
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  07 July 2006
RobertoOrtiz said it all =)

or Almost!
I would love to see a 50 hands & feet workshop, also.
 
  07 July 2006
Thanks SulaMoon,
And GREAT idea.
But I would make it
100 expressive hands & feet

to sweeten the pot.
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  07 July 2006
videos

for a work shop it might be cool to do a masters landscape and architecture. Maybe with some small human figures in the painting.

you know what would be really wild, is an H. R. Giger workshop! Man that would be great to see how people paint his stuff.

Or a workshop on master painters that did creatures, like dragons. Artist like Boris Vallejo, Giger, and I cannot think of others right now.

For tutorials I love to see how people work, anyone who has camtasia or another screen capturing program can make a video of them painting. Does not have to be a painting from start to finish, maybe 15 minutes on the beginning process, 15 on the middle process and 15 on the finishing process, this way someone gets a good idea how someone works with digital painting. They would get to hear the artist talk and explain as they paint, see what brushes they choose, and the brush settings, and most importantly see their every stroke.

I think this is better than those super fast videos with no sound. Camtasia can make pretty small video files, with the techsmith and mp3 for audio.

I am thinking about doing a video to help beginners overcome the big hurdle I had to overcome. The common problems I ran into and how I solved them.

I would really love to see someone painting in Painter IX, because I am new to this software, and I would like to see what brushes they choose and so forth.

If anyone especially beginners are interested in seeing a video step by step let me know, this will motivate me to make one. And what you would like mostly to see in the video.

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