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No, It's not spam, it's still on topic with the thread.
The Photos were added so people would know what's on the Step-by-step DVD.
As a Sculptor, I've referred this DVD to many people interested in learning Sculpting Techniques...
If you want Spam, someone is selling Samsung Phones in another thread
thnxxxx dudee..for videosssss
hei ..can i request video tutorial from glen sthrn?...
I just wanted to thank everyone for these, they are helping me alot. Maybe one day I will be good enough to actually *show* some of my work
I don't have many, and most of my tutorials are designed around creating stuff for Morrowind and UT 2004, but you can see my video tuts here:
Written tuts here:
More will be coming...
Whether you say you can or you can't, you're right.
hei...does anybody ever know the Extracting Meshes tehnique?..i need ..its so powerfull and cool...anybody knows?...iam so sorry iam still green and need to learn...--i wiil wait help from all of u thnx--
I just got the sculpting movie monsters and sculpting the human head (special edition, ooo).
They're really fantastic.
Some neat tricks. and it's always good to see a sculpture being layed out in video format.
Check it out on www.robertmclaughlin.com under the info link. let me know what you all think!
Good thing pay day is coming up. will be buying from gnome this weekend!!!
Last edited by EBristow; June 21st, 2007 at 02:07 AM.
I'm working on a series of print and a video tutorials about making armatures, and the first part of the video tutorial is now available online. This part is a step-by-step construction of an armature stand with back brace, based on a design by Chuck Needham.
This is my first attempt at a video, so I would certainly appreciate any feedback on how to make it better. I apologize for the production qualities, but between my video camera and the heavy compression Google Video applies to it, it is less than stellar quality.
The video can be found here:
I hope to create the print version and the next video version this coming weekend. Hope it's helpful to someone.
There's a few bits and pieces here:
Sculpting Demo,by Philippe Faraut
Martin Krol's timelapse, sculpting the Colossus inZB3 http://www.m3dd.com/martin/MK_Colossus_H264.zip
mudbox head sculpt by ariel diaz
Last edited by iatriki; June 12th, 2008 at 06:52 PM.
here you can find 3 tutorials about 28mm sculpting
I'm on two of them
Last edited by AragornMarks; June 22nd, 2009 at 02:42 AM.
just to show you two tutorials about sculpture an old man head and a dragon head in video
sorry the video is in french but I think you could understand all. if you have any question don't hesit to contact me. hope you like it
some tuts on youtube
Stefan B. Niehues
I want to buy a DVD, thanks to propsculptor, but the DVD I am looking for is for a old man how's sculpting just heads, is there anybody how can recommend me a DVD.
Movie FX sound to much like just Monster Sculpting, I am sure he doesn't like that.
He's looking for a DVD which shows him how to start a head and what kind of tools
he should have etc.
Thanks for recommendations !
Give smartflix.com a look...
It's full of rentable DVDs
Twitter, if you'd like to follow the rare post: twitter.com/BMartin_Art
I just found a boatload of tutorials by "Creager Studios".
Technically they are dvd excerpts, but she goes over the major parts of sculpting a head in super sculpey VERY well, to the point that I have to wonder what is left in her DVD!
1 Intro- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xo4CO...eature=related
2 More face architecture - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOSXJ...eature=related
3 The eye - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXTkw...eature=related
4 The eye (cont) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phEh_...eature=related
5 Ears- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpZIK...eature=related
6 Color techniques (foundation) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du78aPz-DMI&NR=1
7 Color techniques cont. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4Clk...eature=related
8 Painting (eyes) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFTEw...eature=related
9 Hair(non clay) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFDmD...eature=related
I found this all very interesting. Hope it helps!
Warning! Drinking lots of beer can impair your senses. Please do so before you view my sketchbook!
Did someone mention Glen Southern? He's updated his site and has loads of new videos. Mainly for Silo.
He's currently very busy and so hasn't uploaded any more in the last couple of months, but it's a great resource.
Here's a tutorial i used as an introduction to autodesk mudbox: http://www.filterfoundry.com/the-studio/sessions/242/