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01 - Head
02 - Ortho Body
03 - Ortho Hand
01 - Eyeball and Cornea
02 - Background Images
03 - Eye Socket Blocking
04 - Nose Blocking
05 - Mouth Blocking
06 - Eyeball Fitting
07 - Eye Socket Detailing
08 - Mouth Detailing
09 - Nose Detailing
10 - Cheek, Jaw, Forehead, Scalp
11 - Neck
12 - Shaping
13 - Ear
14 - Final Shaping
15 - Geometry Eyelashes
01 - Background Images
02 - Torso
03 - Pelvis
04 - Leg
05 - Arm
06 - Fingers
07 - Hand & Thumb
08 - Resting Pose
01 - Hair Base
02 - Hair Strands
01 - Pants
02 - Shirt
03 - Boot
04 - Masking under Clothing
05 - Shirt and Corset, Part 2
06 - Boot Detailing
07 - Corset Detailing
08 - Pants Finishing
01 - Wrap Up
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Sept. 24th, 2015
Modeling the head.
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Excellect Tutorial - please read this first though.
I'm a beginner, but I've done enough tutorials to understand what is happening, and I played this at 1.5x speed.
This is amazingly useful. Disregard the haters and nay-sayers, and look past the Blender Version and the apparent lack of explanation.
When I first started these videos, I also thought they were boring, outdated, and didn't provide much information.
Please understand that this should not be viewed as a "How to use Blender" tutorial.
The gold in this tutorial is the technique used for achieving each part of the mesh.
The narration is perfect in this case - There is a lot silence with intermittent, bullet-point-style notes of what is being done rather than a relaxed conversational approach.
eg. "Delete unnecessary topology", "With mirroring back on, forming the neck opening", "Disabling the magnet before extruding".
I watched this all the way through before I wrote this review. Now,I'm going to watch each one again and follow along...
How do I pull up the options from 4:05 to 4:20? Thanks.
how to create guidelines in blender 7.78 and also how can i get that tollbox
@Shubham KUMAR: The software used in this video is the GIMP.
@Shubham KUMAR: check here how to add/remove guidelines in gimp: https://www.wikihow.com/Add-or-Remove-Guidelines-in-GIMP
How can I fast-forward through these videos?
left and right key features line up with the guides. I dont get it.
@gurbanov.roman So the eyes are on the same line, the ears are on the same line, etc. Making the image as mirrored across the y-axis as possible.
Same questions as from Ayomide Awe
@gurbanov.roman: The software in this tutorial is called GIMP, it's not Blender. Check this check here how to add/remove guidelines in gimp: https://www.wikihow.com/Add-or-Remove-Guidelines-in-GIMP
At 4:11 When you had the side image and had the layers with the head configuration...I cannot get there? Hod do I get to that point? Seems a little fast for me I guess
i am not able to find the reference images can anyone tell me where to get them.
*@vipul jhanwar* Check the left menu Assets > Reference Images :)
Can I do this in photoshop?
how do you get that red square in the video around 4:08?
what software did you use to prepare the photo reference
can I use Photoshop to align them