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Old 02 February 2003   #1
help needed for Sub-D character modeling please

Hi all you lightwavers




I am a long time Max user. I have always had this little secret. I have always wanted to get into Lightwave in some shape or form. I think I'll always usee Max in some form or other.But it's time I go for Lightwave--------

My main thing or interest is modeling,characters for the most part. I understand Sub-D modeling is the best in Lightwave?Why is this,is it really that much better than Max sub-D modeling,and why?
Where can I get the best full from scratch type tut's on Sub-D modeling within Lightwave .
I mean starting out with a BOX and going from there type tut's.
Thanks for hearing me out,and for any guidance.
 
Old 02 February 2003   #2
UserDeltas modeling videos are pretty cool.

There are others at the Newteks site also.
 
Old 02 February 2003   #3
www.evil-plan.com
There are good modeling tutorials by Todd Grimes, I think they are usefull for the begginers to understand Lightave.
 
Old 02 February 2003   #4
Re: help needed for Sub-D character modeling please

Quote: Originally posted by Steveyola
Hi all you lightwavers




I am a long time Max user. I have always had this little secret. I have always wanted to get into Lightwave in some shape or form. I think I'll always usee Max in some form or other.But it's time I go for Lightwave--------

My main thing or interest is modeling,characters for the most part. I understand Sub-D modeling is the best in Lightwave?Why is this,is it really that much better than Max sub-D modeling,and why?
Where can I get the best full from scratch type tut's on Sub-D modeling within Lightwave .
I mean starting out with a BOX and going from there type tut's.
Thanks for hearing me out,and for any guidance.

I have a whole course that deals with this, complete with online support and hours of lecture on CD. You can get information on the course atL http://www.splinegod.com/profession...cterseries.html
Heres an example of some of the work done by one of my students, Peter Duncan.
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Old 02 February 2003   #5
Steve,

Doesn't answer your question re comparisons, but try this link
http://www.members.shaw.ca/lightwav...s/Main_Menu.htm

Probably the most comprehensive list of lightwave tutorials out there and organised into various categories.

RPG

http://rpgdigital.bizhosting.com

By the way I have a dino modeling tutorial on the above site. A little outdated now, but maybe worth a look.
 
Old 02 February 2003   #6
A big thanks to you all for the help.It's very much appreaciated.All the links are very much welcome and needed.Time to get digging into them.Thanks again very much.
 
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