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    Lightbulb Video tutorials :!:

    It was mentionned earlyer in this corner of forums that a few of us have video tutorials ranging from using an app to basic modeling in x packages. It's a great resource to see how other people are working.
    It would be cool to centralise links to those videos or the websites of gurus you know of.
    So if you have some, share 'em and lead the way !

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    Re: Sculpting Videos

    Hello Egerie,
    This is a fellow I came across who has several videos out. Although I personally have not bought one yet the site looks pretty good.
    Good luck

    http://www.markalfrey.com/production.htm

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    Come check out my sculpting blog at:
    On my blog you will see what type of tools and materials I use.I'm also into lowriders.
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    3DsMAX

    Intro to Character Modeling is a beginner level video tutorial that presents the basic steps in creating low poly characters that can be used in Architectural Visualisation. You will be learning how to effectively use the edit poly modifier to create a complete human model.

    free video tutorial LINK!

    Video tutorials :!:

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    http://www.poopinmymouth.com/tutorial/tutorial.htm

    Scroll down to character tutorial videos
    About 16 hours worth, with audio.

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    Good stuff!

    Can we make this thread sticky?

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    Stuck for now. I will unstick if it becomes inactive or outdated.

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    Awesome stuff on your website! Thanks a lot!

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    Dont know how many of you have heard of this site, but check out www.3dbuzz.com! its a large community devoted to 3d and cg work, and a great learning atmosphere, as well there a litterally hundreds of hours of free video tutorials and lessons on most 3d packages out there. A really great resource if you're interested in that stuff!

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    Lightbulb Found lots of videos

    I found this store that has alot of video tutorials, Mark Alfrey, Gnomon workshops, Movie FX mag, life casting, etc.... plus lots of books
    Check out their web site they also have tools, molding and casting stuff and clay.

    www.sculpt.com

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    Venum thanks for the link to the Mark Alfrey. I just ordered one! Can't wait to get it.

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    just got this video called MARK ALFREY SCULPTS THE HUMAN HEAD WITH **PRO-CLAY**

    I just wanted to recommend it to you guys. The way he approches making the head completley transfers over to how you make a head in 3d. I highly recommend this dvd.
    http://www.markalfrey.com/production.htm

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    Heres one I just finished last night


    In this video I go over the basics of using zbrush 2. Starting with making a rough model out of zspheres, then editing it in zbrush with the various paint deformation tools. I then move the model into max where I make a low poly cage and demonstrate Max 7's new render to texture feature to get a normal map and a lighting map.



    http://www.fileplanet.com/dl.aspx?/p...rush2_max7.zip

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    www.3dbuzz.com has alot of tutorials / Video tutorials etc~
    Ive been using their 3dsMax / Photoshop / Concept art Videos alot and ive learned quite much, I'd advice everyone to take a look

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    Heres a video I made

    I never have the patience to watch 3d video tutorials, so I render them out at 1000x speed. Only the head (part 2) is available for download until I get permission from hawkprey to show part one where I used his drawing as a guide.

    http://www.alexnice.com/Tutorials.htm

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    I have a few at http://ceejay.mg2.org

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    These are my staple 3d forums. The best places to learn from others' work and to ask for help, or find links.

    Each has a gallery of members' work and wip threads.

    http://www.3dtotal.com
    http://www.3dbuzz.com
    http://www.3dcafe.com
    http://www.digitalrendering.com
    http://www.3dluvr.com
    http://cube.phlatt.net/home.spiraloid (Bay Raitt's Web site worked on gollum LOTR)
    http://www.cgtalk.com
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    hey guys,

    the best DVDs i have found for 3D modeling & Maquette design, is from the school Gnomon in LA. here's the link, http://www.thegnomonworkshop.com/


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    dudes, i just got back into 3DS MAX after like months of not using it..just didn't have the time to use it since i had school... but yeah..i've forgotten half of what i know about using this program and i am having a huge pain in my ass with it.
    ESPECIALLY with UVW unwrap and the rest of the mapping crap.

    so yeah lighten me up with a VERY VERY GOOD AND SIMPLE AND VERY SPECIFICLY EXPLANTIVE TUTORIAL ON HOW TO UVW MAP a model the FASTEST way...i've seen a bunch of really shitty tutorials and the dudes say it takes a couple hours to completely map a model with all the textures...i want to at least be able to map my models in at least 30 minutes...not longer than an hour...
    most of the tutorials i've seen talk so much crap and are never straight to the damn point...i've searched google's entire list of finds and can't find a good "to the point" tutorial...i'm sure most of you guys had a real pain with uvw mapping...

    (EDIT) also...just in case you were wondering...the tutorials in my 3ds max program don't work for some stupid reason...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuffinMan
    i want to at least be able to map my models in at least 30 minutes...not longer than an hour...
    haha!

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    Yeah Im also looking for very simple and straight forward max skinning and animation tutorials. Which I have not really been able to locate thusfar...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NukeouT
    Yeah Im also looking for very simple and straight forward max skinning and animation tutorials. Which I have not really been able to locate thusfar...
    see what i mean, i don't understand how a person can't make a very straight forward tutorial.

    Do you know the muffinman?

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    Quote Originally Posted by poopinmymouth
    http://www.poopinmymouth.com/tutorial/tutorial.htm

    Scroll down to character tutorial videos
    About 16 hours worth, with audio.

    interesting modeling methods you have, but i prefer starting from the torso.

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    I would have to say that 3DTotal has a great tutorial base. I use Maya now so another site would be www.learningmaya.com and www.highend3d.com.

    Oh another good site is www.3D-Palace.com they have really goo video tutorials including one that shows a workflow for ZBrush and 3DSMAX 7 normal mapping!

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    Thanks for the mention of my site. I dont want to intrude however anyone who has bandwidth issues for their video tutorials is more than welcome to contact me and I will gladly host them for free download on 3d-palace and also make sure your full contact details are always associated with it if you wish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuffinMan
    see what i mean, i don't understand how a person can't make a very straight forward tutorial.
    ...you teach me to scupt like Verrochio in half an hour and I'll teach you to animate AND skin in half an hour.

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    Well, with max 8 half an hour isn't actually that unrealistic anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonnenkind
    Well, with max 8 half an hour isn't actually that unrealistic anymore.
    Verrocchio had a magic chisel ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuffinMan
    i want to at least be able to map my models in at least 30 minutes...not longer than an hour...
    just use max 8 with pelt mapping and relax and you'll unwrap a char in 30 minutes, that took me nearly as long as modelling in the past but now it's fast as hell, there texture artists just can't texture as fast as i'm pushing out the models, thanks to peltmapping

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    Thanks a lot for all of the great links guys! I was just curious, is texture mapping characters difficult? Or at least creating the maps? I have only introductory experience with Maya and I'm looking into this job where they at least would like their artists to have some texturing skills. I can paint in Photoshop and have a pretty deep understanding of the program. But I can't find anything straight and to the point online on how to go about step by step texturing a character. For example, say I wanted to create a shirt. Thanks for any help you can give me. I'm trying to get my foot in the door somewhere and if I could just have a bit more knowledge it probably would help. Thanks again!

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    Here's a really good DVD, and it's very inexpensive...
    Video tutorials :!:
    http://www.moviefxmag.com/master_class_1.html

    Over 3 hours of Special Effects lessons and demonstrations for only $19.95!

    It's a DVD with Step-by-step Video showing how to sculpt a Maquette,
    Video tutorials :!:
    Half Mask,
    Video tutorials :!:
    and a Full-Head Mask.
    Video tutorials :!:

    There are also tutorials showing how to paint with an Airbrush,
    Video tutorials :!:
    Make Teeth and Fangs,
    Video tutorials :!:
    & How to create a Headcast!
    Video tutorials :!:

    There is also a tutorial showing a Prosthetic Application.
    Video tutorials :!:

    It's a great way to get started as a beginner,
    without spending a fortune on schooling!

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