Post Your best modeling tuts


#101

CodeFather: THANKS for that hair tut…interesting way of doing it, I’ve never seen it approached like that. Do you know if it is easily animatable?


#102

I don’t know ,never did an animation whit this kind of hair, but maybe for some simple animation FDD box or Flex modifier will do the work.


#103

I didn’t see Chris’s, (Ol Blue), site posted. It has to be one of the best places on the web to find free video tutorials. Honestly, it would take you a couple months to watch them all. There are 32 free video tuts. Each tutorial has many sections which bumps the number up over 100. He just posted the largest and best car modeling tutorials on the web, and it’s free! The tutorial is by Blittze and it’s Modeling an Audi A3, which is divided into 17 videos and must be 2 hrs long. It’s a must site for beginers and intermediate 3d’ers.

I really suggest sponsering him. It’s worth getting the super large tutorials. The Scopion tutorial in the sponser section is 14 hrs long. And, purchase the APU tutorial which comes on two CDs and is 50 hours long! It covers modeling, rigging, texturing and animation.

Absolutely the best site, other than this one of course, around. http://www.3d-palace.com

frankco


#104

this is one of the best tutorials on the net (the making of joan of arc) mr2k.3dvf.com it’s in french but u will find the english translation on www.3dtotal.com


#105

Guys i used to use bryce 5 and while i wasnt good at it it was a helluva lot easier to use than 3d studio. if anyone can tell me a beginners site, and i mean real begginers, i havent got a clue, hopefully ill get good, untill then a lot of help is always wlecome.


#106

if you’re talking about 3ds max tuts, go to 3dtotal.com

that’s where I started out, and their forums are much more beginner friendly than this forum (although i love cgtalk)…their forums are at threedy.com

they have tuts by type and i believe 3dsmax is the first section…they have a car tut, a character tut, plants, whatever the hell you want…your best bet is just to strap yourself to your chair and read thru every freaking post ever on all of these forum sites…you’ll learn a lot :wink:


#107

Also, You might want to try http://www.3dbuzz.com. His tutorials are great for beginners.

frankco


#108

Thanx v much guys. Hope u understand u have helped a true jedi master on his way to becomin an ultimate 3d graphiker. who am i kiddin.


#109

Modelling in Carrara and animating in Poser
Tutorial


#110

www.treddi.com

tutorial section

registration free

Good Bye


#111

http://tutorialized.com

A bunch of good material for 3d max an other softwares.



#112

First, hello guys.

I want to thank you all for this topic. THe modeling links from here realy help me alot as a beginner.

All my respect.


#113

anybody can gimme a nice tutorial for modelling a PC/workstation/interior

thnks


#114

YO HABLO ESPAÑOL…


#115

Modelling tutorial for Blender:

http://www.enricovalenza.com/makebongo.html

EnV


#116

3d-palace
Lot of a great video tutorials


#117

Hi guys, does anyone have any good game art modelling tutorials. More specifially, half-life2 modelling tutorials, for building facial animation etc.

Any help would be appreciated, havnt really seen to much around about it.


#118

Two timelapse videos. Enjoy. :thumbsup:

http://magesystems.com/magesystems/files/orc_final_images/head_progress_anim_sig.mov
http://magesystems.com/magesystems/files/orc_final_images/body_progress_anim_sig.mov


#119

can anyone give me links to modeling human teeth/gums? thanx :slight_smile:


#120

New timelapse. :wink:

< 1500 polys.

http://magesystems.com/magesystems/files/sgiant_sig.mov