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Old 03 March 2009   #1
Help me with my musculer man

Hi all I'm Nadeem from Jordan and a Sae (institute) student
I'm working with my friends on our final project and the hero will be a huge musculer man
if any body can send me tuttorials (video or photos) for a good modeling techniques
I really need that because the short movie story is good and I need the rigging to be good
thank you all.
 
Old 03 March 2009   #2
The best tutorial would be to take time and learn proportions, anatomy, gesture...that is if you want to create something believeable. It's quite a challenge to portray the human form.

I havent found any free tutorials for modeling the whole human body, but here's a good way of blocking in the body with edgeloops for deformation:
http://www.erraticimagery.com/extras/tuts.html
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Old 03 March 2009   #3
Thank you for your help friend
 
Old 05 May 2009   #4
Sift through the tutorial sticky thread in the modeling board, you'll find plenty of tutorials there.

Psyk0's comment is extremely valid though, illustrating the human form in 3d (or 2d for that matter) is something you probably wont pick up through just tutorials unless you already have anatomical/proportion knowledge.

Good luck!

-Dan
 
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